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The Sanskrit term '''''yoga''''' means “divine union,” or the union of you and God—hence “''yo-ga''.” Many practices foreign to the Western world are entered into by the Eastern seeker for union with the Higher Self. Some of these practices demand stern disciplines; in fact, they may be considered austere by Westerners.   
 
The Sanskrit term '''''yoga''''' means “divine union,” or the union of you and God—hence “''yo-ga''.” Many practices foreign to the Western world are entered into by the Eastern seeker for union with the Higher Self. Some of these practices demand stern disciplines; in fact, they may be considered austere by Westerners.   
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{{MSP}}, chapter 1, “The Highest Yoga.”
 
{{MSP}}, chapter 1, “The Highest Yoga.”
 
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