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yogi

a person who is a master of yoga
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The Eugene ashram grew steadily, becoming the Northwest hub for Yogi Bhajan's brand of Sikhism.
In 2004, Yogi Bhajan died after devising a succession plan that split control of the community's religious life and its business life - including Golden Temple, now a lucrative international producer of natural cereals and tea based in Eugene.
Amid all the rancor, many wonder whether Yogi Bhajan's brand of Sikhism will survive, and what will happen to the businesses it spawned.
As a reader I began with the expectation that White's focus would be on those yogis who are "sinister" (in Latin, 'left-hand').
Although popular stories of sinister yogis were used to titillate the reading public in medieval and modern India.
You have probably seen drawings of yogis sitting in lotus position with their many-petaled chakras depicted in various colors.
The yogi masters say life span is directly related to number of breaths, that each person is allocated a certain number of breaths, so if you increase your lung capacity, you'll live longer.