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  1. Sarasvati Chennakesavan (1992). Yoga Sūtras. Asian Philosophy 2 (2):147 – 155.
    The yoga system accepts the S nkhya metaphysics, the fundamental variation being that consciousness is held to be supreme. The goal to be achieved is to attain this final state of pure consciousness. All obstacles, mental and physical, are subjugated and transcended. The method is the development of concentration by controlling all thought modes. It starts by the purification of the body by the control of posture and breathing. The mind is purified by the rejection of hindrances to the development (...)
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  2. Sarasvati Chennakesavan (1992). Yoga S Tras. Asian Philosophy 2 (2):147 – 155.
    Abstract The yoga system accepts the S?nkhya metaphysics, the fundamental variation being that consciousness is held to be supreme. The goal to be achieved is to attain this final state of pure consciousness. All obstacles, mental and physical, are subjugated and transcended. The method is the development of concentration by controlling all thought modes. It starts by the purification of the body by the control of posture and breathing. The mind is purified by the rejection of hindrances to the development (...)
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  3. Sarasvati Chennakesavan (1980). Concept of Mind in Indian Philosophy. South Asia Books.
     
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  4. Sarasvati Chennakesavan (1976). Concepts of Indian Philosophy. South Asia Books.
     
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  5. Ninian Smart, Dale Riepe & Sarasvati Chennakesavan (1962). The Naturalistic Tradition in Indian Thought.The Concept of Mind in Indian Philosophy. Philosophical Quarterly 12 (49):381.
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  6. Sarasvati Chennakesavan (1960). The Concept of Mind in Indian Philosophy. New York, Asia Pub. House.
     
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  7. Sarasvati Chennakesavan (1954). Mind and Consciousness - a Comparison of Indian and Western Views. Philosophical Quarterly (India) 26 (January):247-252.
     
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