noun (sometimes initial capital letter)
Origin of yoga
Examples from the Web for yogic
Historical Examples of yogic
This was my first observation of him in the yogic trance; it filled me with fright.
During my married life I often yearned for a son, to train in the yogic path.
His yogic power was such that he either could will them not to bite, or could escape to an inner invulnerability.
Because the yogic science satisfies a universal need, it has a natural universal applicability.
The Kriya beginner employs his yogic exercise only fourteen to twenty- eight times, twice daily.
noun (often capital)
Word Origin for yoga
1820, from Hindi yoga, from Sanskrit yoga-s, literally "union, yoking" (with the Supreme Spirit), from PIE root *yeug- "to join" (see jugular).
In Hinduism, a set of mental and physical exercises aimed at producing spiritual enlightenment.