Ashram Yoga – The spiritual tradition of yoga from the past to the present

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Yoga's Story and Growth, Change and Evolution

Yoga began to appear in civilization about 10,000 years ago through the Tantric Tradition. Evidence of Shiva and Parvati-like deities appeared in the civilization of the Indus valley after archeologists began to reveal a number of sculptures from ancient cities to commemorate the 10,000-year-old tradition. This was the pre-Vedic pre-Aryan age of yoga, where traditions flourished in various parts of India. Shiva is the central figure in most of these regained fundamentals that provide evidence of the historical teaching that marks Siva as the founder of the yogic system.

In the yogic tradition, Shiva is traditionally regarded as the symbol of the supreme consciousness. Partner and Counterpart Parvati, who represents the highest level of knowledge, will and action. He is also responsible for all creation, for he is the actor of the universe. This power or energy is also known as the Kundalini Shakti, the cosmic power that is resting on every living thing. Roses are considered to be the mother of the whole universe. His grace and guidance are responsible for the liberation of the soul, freeing people from the bondage of secular material. Concho said he was being handed over to people through Parvati for love and compassion. Yoga was a manifestation that extended the Tantric system. As Shiva and Parvati are inseparable, the tantra and the yogic system.

Tantra comes from two Sanskrit words, the tanoth and the trayati. Trayati means liberation, and Tanoti is literally an extension. We can assume that Tantra is the science of expanding consciousness and releases the energy known as the Shakti in the body. Tantra is the way to attain liberation from bondage from the world in physical identification with body and related objects.

In Tantra, we are pursuing the path of freedom by understanding and gaining insight into the limits and abilities of the body and mind. Once we have understood these limitations, we have begun to discover the expansion of consciousness that historically results in the release of energy in the body. After we have been redone these different levels, individual consciousness extends and is liberated to the universal consciousness that passes through the universe of the universe.

Yoga Age

For a long time in history yoga was a secret system, practice and techniques hidden in the public. In ancient times, yoga was an oral tradition, his teachings and practices written or written on the parchment. Only the relationship between guru controversy was the teaching of yoga and only those who are ready to study spiritual practices and techniques. This system was very productive and useful as it provided a clear understanding and close relationship between the student, the guru and the spiritual teaching. They attributed great importance to the personal experience of the yogic system, and the right way is assisted by the guru who helped eliminate the confusion or ignorance of intellectual practices and techniques. Only by the sincere pursuit of the disciples by the guru; disciples who have been overly spiritual meditating or seeking the way of yoga to receive dignitaries or powers have been denied the teaching and access to yoga.

The first time yoga was written in the book, the ancient Tantras were written on paper. Later, he also revealed it to the Vedas, which were written around 500 BC. Although the Vedas do not give any particular reference to any spiritual practice or technique, they know the system of yoga metaphors and symbolic representations. It is said that the Vedas have revealed to me rishis and saints who are immersed in a deep yogic meditation state known as samadhi.

Only as long as the Upanishadas started yoga in a specific form and noticeable form within a written system. The Upanisades included the essence of the Vedas, revealing the most important points that are included in many books collectively drawn up by the Vedas. Upanishads are the climax of the Vedas, and together they form the Protectors.

In the history of yoga, the following important texts were the Patanjali Yoga Sutras, which were said to have been written in the second century. Patanjali yoga sutras created the raja yoga system, a strong and unified perspective of yoga, references to techniques, philosophy and spiritual ideas. Patanjali's yoga sutra is often referred to as the eighth path of yoga. The eighth sequences are yama (self-restraint), niyama (self-observation), asana, pranayama, pratyahara (sensory retrieval), dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi. Regardless of whether it is practiced in sequences or in full systems, the eighth path has provided a clear psychological perspective. It also outlines how to achieve the unification of individual consciousness with the universal cosmos.

Later, in the sixth century, yoga began to accept the Buddha's meditation practice and ethical and moral philosophy, which later became a sketch of Buddhism. Unfortunately, this transition and adaptation remove many preparatory practices that yogis have designed to prepare for meditation exercises, many of which are necessary and are often vital to pre-preparation for attention and concentration.

Yoga's philosophy believes that before all kinds of meditation practice, body and mind elements must be in balance. For this reason, Gorakhnath presented a wide range of practices for preparing the body's meditation. These exercises were later used as a hatha yoga system. Lha yoga, one of the largest authorities of Hatha Yoga, was the hatha yoga pradipikia, a text widely used today, and refers to Yoga Lightness. Yoga Practices in the 20th and 21st Centuries

While yoga's spiritual philosophy and practice have supported the higher order of life and thinking, yoga has now been announced for wide-ranging purposes and practices, some spiritual, and some are not. While many practicing yoga to acquire the wisdom of spiritual life, many of them use yoga to assist in the health, fitness, stability, balance, and well-being of the human body, mind, and soul. In keeping with the modern language, yoga has come up with many forms including yoga psychology, yoga therapy, yoga fitness, yoga dance and all the synergy we can imagine, especially in the art and other forms of self-expression. to discuss all of these.

Yoga is basically one of the most successful systems of human well-being, the fact that yoga works practically and systematically in all aspects of the human body, mind, emotions, and spirit. Yoga is a holistic principle that combines different elements of the body. Once these elements are balanced, such as higher denominations, such as community unification, harmony with nature and the cosmic deity. But these higher order do not need to be continued in order to make yoga useful. Today yoga can be successfully used as an alternative form of treatment for diseases, disorders and dysfunctions.

Yet, this modern development did not precede or limit the existence of the traditional yoga science that extends to the higher principles of the spirit principle and human life. Basically, yoga still exists in science and practice that can be used to expand the minds of the human mind, body, and spirit to influence all levels of human life to improve the quality of life. Ultima Yoga can lead to the divine, which is also the meaning or existence of a universal subject in which the infinite elements of the universe are united in a cosmic power and consciousness that are responsible for the whole of existence.

The modern expression of yoga combined with today's ancient traditions has transformed yoga into a new dimension of philosophy, psychology, medicine, therapy, and spiritual science that practiced both in India and almost all other foreign countries. Yoga is no longer confined to the boundaries of society and is organized around a global society in which every person can seek refuge in Yoga's spiritual order and science. As people begin to reveal the full potential of consciousness, they discover the fundamental purpose of life and express our true nature in full form. Despite the fact that the Indians have benefited from yoga science for almost 10,000 years, yoga is now entering the everyday life of people all over the world. Irrespective of whether they are based on medical practice or muscle building and agility, yoga leads each individual to the higher goals embedded in the practices and techniques outlined by the yoga.

Yoga began to appear in civilization about 10,000 years ago through the tantric tradition. Evidence of Shiva and Parvati-like deities appeared in the civilization of the Indus valley after archeologists began to reveal a number of sculptures from ancient cities to commemorate the 10,000-year-old tradition. This was the pre-Vedic pre-Aryan age of yoga, where traditions flourished in various parts of India. Shiva is the central figure in most of these regained fundamentals that provide evidence of the historical teaching that marks Siva as the founder of the yogic system.

In the yogic tradition, Shiva is traditionally regarded as the symbol of the supreme consciousness. Partner and Counterpart Parvati, who represents the highest level of knowledge, will and action. He is also responsible for all creation, for he is the actor of the universe. This power or energy is also known as the Kundalini Shakti, the cosmic power that is resting on every living thing. Roses are considered to be the mother of the whole universe. His grace and guidance are responsible for the liberation of the soul, freeing people from the bondage of secular material. Concho said he was being handed over to people through Parvati for love and compassion. Yoga was a manifestation that extended the Tantric system. As Shiva and Parvati are inseparable, the tantra and the yogic system.

Tantra comes from two Sanskrit words, the tanoth and the trayati. Trayati means liberation, and Tanoti is literally an extension. We can assume that Tantra is the science of expanding consciousness and releases the energy known as the Shakti in the body. Tantra is the way to attain liberation from bondage from the world in physical identification with body and related objects.

In Tantra, we are pursuing the path of freedom by understanding and gaining insight into the limits and abilities of the body and mind. Once we have understood these limitations, we have begun to discover the expansion of consciousness that historically results in the release of energy in the body. After we have been redone these different levels, individual consciousness extends and is liberated to the universal consciousness that passes through the universe of the universe.

Yoga Age

For a long time in history yoga was a secret system, practice and techniques hidden in the public. In ancient times, yoga was an oral tradition, his teachings and practices written or written on the parchment. Only the relationship between guru controversy was the teaching of yoga and only those who are ready to study spiritual practices and techniques. This system was very productive and useful as it provided a clear understanding and close relationship between the student, the guru and the spiritual teaching. They attributed great importance to the personal experience of the yogic system, and the right way is assisted by the guru who helped eliminate the confusion or ignorance of intellectual practices and techniques. Only by the sincere pursuit of the disciples by the guru; disciples who have been overly spiritual meditating or seeking the way of yoga to receive dignitaries or powers have been denied the teaching and access to yoga.

The first time yoga was written in the book, the ancient Tantras were written on paper. Later, he also revealed it to the Vedas, which were written around 500 BC. Although the Vedas do not give any particular reference to any spiritual practice or technique, they know the system of yoga metaphors and symbolic representations. It is said that the Vedas have revealed to me rishis and saints who are immersed in a deep yogic meditation state known as samadhi.

Only as long as the Upanishadas started yoga in a specific form and noticeable form within a written system. The Upanisades included the essence of the Vedas, revealing the most important points that are included in many books collectively drawn up by the Vedas. Upanishads are the climax of the Vedas, and together they form the Protectors.

In the history of yoga, the following important texts were the Patanjali Yoga Sutras, which were said to have been written in the second century. Patanjali yoga sutras created the raja yoga system, a strong and unified perspective of yoga, references to techniques, philosophy and spiritual ideas. Patanjali's yoga sutra is often referred to as the eighth path of yoga. The eighth sequences are yama (self-restraint), niyama (self-observation), asana, pranayama, pratyahara (sensory retrieval), dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation) and samadhi. Regardless of whether it is practiced in sequences or in full systems, the eighth path has provided a clear psychological perspective. It also outlines how to achieve the unification of individual consciousness with the universal cosmos.

Later, in the sixth century, yoga began to accept the Buddha's meditation practice and ethical and moral philosophy, which later became a sketch of Buddhism. Unfortunately, this transition and adaptation remove many preparatory practices that yogis have designed to prepare for meditation exercises, many of which are necessary and are often vital to pre-preparation for attention and concentration.

Yoga's philosophy believes that before all kinds of meditation practice, body and mind elements must be in balance. For this reason, Gorakhnath presented a wide range of practices for preparing the body's meditation. These exercises were later used as a hatha yoga system. Lha yoga, one of the largest authorities of Hatha Yoga, was the hatha yoga pradipikia, a text widely used today, and refers to Yoga Lightness. Yoga Practices in the 20th and 21st Centuries

While yoga's spiritual philosophy and practice have supported the higher order of life and thinking, yoga has now been announced for wide-ranging purposes and practices, some spiritual, and some are not. While many practicing yoga to acquire the wisdom of spiritual life, many of them use yoga to assist in the health, fitness, stability, balance, and well-being of the human body, mind, and soul. In keeping with the modern language, yoga has come up with many forms including yoga psychology, yoga therapy, yoga fitness, yoga dance and all the synergy we can imagine, especially in the art and other forms of self-expression. to discuss all of these.

Yoga is basically one of the most successful systems of human well-being, the fact that yoga works practically and systematically in all aspects of the human body, mind, emotions, and spirit. Yoga is a holistic principle that combines different elements of the body. Once these elements are balanced, such as higher denominations, such as community unification, harmony with nature and the cosmic deity. But these higher order do not need to be continued in order to make yoga useful. Today yoga can be successfully used as an alternative form of treatment for diseases, disorders and dysfunctions.

Yet, this modern development did not precede or limit the existence of the traditional yoga science that extends to the higher principles of the spirit principle and human life. Basically, yoga still exists in science and practice that can be used to expand the minds of the human mind, body, and spirit to influence all levels of human life to improve the quality of life. Ultima Yoga can lead to the divine, which is also the meaning or existence of a universal subject in which the infinite elements of the universe are united in a cosmic power and consciousness that are responsible for the whole of existence.

The modern expression of yoga combined with today's ancient traditions has transformed yoga into a new dimension of philosophy, psychology, medicine, therapy, and spiritual science that practiced both in India and almost all other foreign countries. Yoga is no longer confined to the boundaries of society and is organized around a global society in which every person can seek refuge in Yoga's spiritual order and science. As people begin to reveal the full potential of consciousness, they discover the fundamental purpose of life and express our true nature in full form. Despite the fact that the Indians have benefited from yoga science for almost 10,000 years, yoga is now entering the everyday life of people all over the world. Irrespective of whether they are based on medical practice or muscle building and agility, yoga leads each individual to the higher goals embedded in the practices and techniques outlined by the yoga.

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