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 h English (en)The '''third stage''' of raja yoga is the bodily postures, the asanas of [[hatha yoga]]. There are eighty-four postures, which help to strengthen the body and stabilize the mind. Thus hatha yoga has been called “the ladder to raja yoga.”<ref>Alain Daniélou, ''Yoga: Mastering the Secrets of Matter and the Universe'' (Rochester, Vt.: Inner Traditions International, 1991), p. 31.</ref> According to Patanjali, “Posture becomes firm and relaxed through control of the natural tendencies of the body, and through meditation on the Infinite.”<ref>Patanjali, Yoga Sutra 2:47, in Swami Prabhavananda and Christopher Isherwood, trans., ''How to Know God'' (Hollywood, Calif.: Vedanta Press, 1981), p. 161.</ref>
 h Spanish (es)La '''tercera etapa''' es la de las posturas corporales, los asanas del [[Special:MyLanguage/hatha yoga|hatha yoga]]. Hay ochenta y cuatro posturas, las cuales ayudan a fortalecer el cuerpo y estabilizar la mente. Consiguientemente, el hatha yoga ha sido denominado «la escalera al raja yoga»<ref>Alain Deniélou, ''Yoga: Mastering the Secrets of Matter and the Universe (Yoga: el dominio de los secretos de la materia y el universo)'' (Rochester, Vt.: Inner Traditions International, 1991), pág. 31.</ref>. Según Patanjali, «las posturas se vuelven firmes y relajadas mediante el control de las tendencias naturales del cuerpo, y mediante la meditación en el Infinito»<ref>Patanjali, Yoga Sutra 2:47, en Swami Prabhavananda y Christopher Isherwood, trad., ''How to Know God (Cómo conocer a Dios)'' (Hollywood, Calif.: Vedanta Press, 1981), pág. 161.</ref>.