Yogi

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United States baseball player (born 1925)

one who practices yoga and has achieved a high level of spiritual insight

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When India-born Yogi Bhajan came to the United States in 1968 to teach kundalini yoga, a revolution was sweeping the nation.
Idealistic young Americans flocked to Yogi Bhajan's classes.
White fully acknowledges these other scholars, noting in particular that Sinister Yogis was inspired by James Fitzgerald, who has spent decades teasing out the meaning of yoga in the Moksadharma Parvan of the Mahabharata.
Despite White's insistence that he is concerned with yogis and not with yoga, he addresses this methodological problem by appealing to the etymology of the term yoga:
And this is why the yogis say that ultimately, the true sound of Aum is heard in deep meditation.
Research has been done to confirm the existence of energy fields at the areas of the body the yogis have called chakras.
95), artist and yogi Wai Lana teaches the art of yoga to children.
The summertime Norman Rockwell prints were lovingly nostalgic, the cartoons adorable, and the article on one of my favorite New York Yankees, Yogi Berra ["Yogi Speaking"], was great.
During the centuries, yogi masters developed techniques to improve lung capacity and to increase the body's ability to remove toxins from the bloodstream, Roberts says.