Jnana Yoga

Jnana Yoga

Jnana  yoga or the path of knowledge is the shortest but most difficult path for one to practice. One has to deny or negate the apparent through constant discrimination between the real and the unreal . Sri Ramakrishna his guru Tota  Puri , Sri Sankaracarya, Sri Ramana Maharsi and Swami Vivekananda were the great exponents of this path of knowledge. Knowledge Originated from Lord Siva, whose dwelling place is the Himalayas (Kailas). From time...

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Raja Yoga

Raja Yoga

Raja – yoga is the science of controlling the ever- volatile mind Brahma is said to have meditated before creating the universe. Patanjali’s yoga- sutras explain scientifically the art of practicing Raja- yoga. Meditation unfolds our divine nature and  solves all psychological problems. Raja yoga is the science of controlling modifications of thoughts, continuously rising in mind.When the restless mind is brought under control through the...

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Bhakti Yoga

Bhakti Yoga

Bhakti or Divine love brings God closed to a spiritual aspirant. He can be loved and adored as a spouse, or a child , or a mother, or a servant , or a friend, as did the Gopis of Vrndavan, Yashoda, Sir Ramakrishna , Hanuman, and Arjuna, respectively. . The emotion of love is a divine gift to man . When it is controlled and given the proper direction , man attains the summum bonum of life . Cutting asunder all wordly bondages, he can cross the...

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Karma Yoga

Karma – Yoga is the saving mantra for humanity in this age . To put it in words of Sri Krsna : ”Devoted each to his own duty , man attains to the highest perfection” ( Gita: 18:15 Karma Yoga is the easiest path for self – realization, provided one practices it sincerely. Whatever may be the nature of work or position of a person in society, by doing one’s allotted work with a sense of self- surrender, one can easily advance in spiritual life....

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Stress

What is stress ? Stress is defined as a genetically determined pattern of response of the human physiology to a demanding situation . Such demanding situations could be of two types : a. Physical – like accidents, burns, major surgeries , infections, pregnancy etc.,  Which make demands on the entire physiology. b. Psychological – which can occur independently or as a reaction to the physical stress.  Examples are – life situations that...

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