- In yoga, yogic belief, a metaphysics, metaphysical channel that connects certain vital areas of the human body.
Etymology: From (Skr.) amáta + nadÄ "river of immortality".
- 1970, CuttÄnÌ²anta PÄratiyÄr, Secrets of Sama Yoga;: An Elaborate Treatise on the Yoga of Vedic Seers, page 113,
- :The top is connected with the heart by a mystic Nadi called .
- 1978, G. Krishna, Guá¹á¹Å«ru Laká¹£mÄ«kÄntamu, Nayana: Kavyakantha Vasishtha Ganapati Muni : Biography, page 97,
- :...(the nerve-knot behind the centre of the eyebrows) leading the aspirant to the heart centre through the .
- 1979, G. V. Subbaramayya, Sri Ramana Reminiscences, page 101,
- :Nadi or .
- 1996, David Frawley, Tantric Yoga and the Wisdom Goddesses: spiritual secrets of Ayurda, page 173,
- :It is called , the "immortal channel," or Atma Nadi, "the channel of the Self."
- 2005, Christian Von Nidda, Our Secret Planet, page 90,
- :From the nasal cavity the white elixer passes down a secret channel called amrita-nadi and is then distributed throughout the body, with the majority ending up in the brain.
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