Yoga is generally understood as the process of unification. This unification is multifaceted. In one dimension, combining different systems in the human being, including emotional, physical, mental and mental systems. There are five different systems in human life. These are typically called koshas, which are physical, energetic, spiritual, minority, and happy vagina. We are currently working on the interpretation of yoga to unify the five bodies or layers of the human body. A unification process is created between individual consciousness and universal consciousness.
This merger is often referred to as Samadhi and is one of the primary transformations in practicing yoga. Taking this into account in other respects, Samadhi is the transformation of perception in which the disillusionment with the world is renewed so that the truth inherent in reality can be seen in the purest form. Yoga, as a system, has evolved into various branches through which people follow the evolution and unification of the elements in their existence. Each branch retains its own ideas and philosophies that define the process and the whole unification process.
There is no good or bad yoga system, as each has its own distinct features that match the needs of different characteristics and personalities that exist among people. Each system has been designed to accommodate the other type of personality and yoga creates a wide-ranging system that practically anyone can practice who is interested in realizing spiritual life. The practice of Jnana yoga is ideal for people who are philosophical, while bhakti yoga is good for a person who is emotionally sensitive and bent towards emotion. In this article, we will examine the general practice of yoga, derived from the tradition of yogic spirituality. These yoga traditions are younger than 500 years old and older than thousands. Although there are so many modern practices of yoga defined by different teachers, the systems we will talk about are traditional systems that have existed for many generations.
Bhakti Yoga The first system we are discussing is Bhakti Yoga. Bhakti Yoga is a practice in which a spiritual practitioner focuses on improving the state of mind and heart. Bhakti Yoga requires a strong sense of faith as one has to submit itself through a self-proclaiming process. The practices and techniques of bhakti yoga are designed to help deliver the ego and love the creator's thoughts with love. Bhakti Yoga is more common practice of kirtan (chanting / song), japa (mantra repetition) and divine meditation.
Usually, bhakti's yoga practice is advised to those who feel good about their emotions, and they and others and others accept more delicate feelings. Exalted love determines the practice of bhakti yoga as it translates the whole being of the practitioner towards the spiritual deity. A belief in God or higher being is vital in practice and without being able to practice bhakti yoga. The devotion practiced by the bhakti yogi is not slavery toward the deity. Rather, a relationship that is full of love, friendship, and company. In bhakti yoga people see God as a friend, lover, father or mother. This relationship exercises bhakti yoga. Many aspects of commitment to bhakti yogi; there are many Gods that Yoga has worshiped, including Shiva, Vishnu, Brahman, Parvatti, and so on. In addition to the metaphysical forms, the guru or the teacher may pray in practice. The primary purpose of this practice is to help dispel the ego and unite the universe with the universe.
Karma Yoga Karma is an aspect of human life that is responsible for our thoughts, feelings, and actions. According to yoga, Karma keeps the cycle of rebirth on the move, because past acts and events force us to create a new life in the world to balance the inequalities that we have born in our spirit and in the universe. After a balanced or destroyed karmic merit, the birth and death cycle stops and the spirit returns to its origin within the universal deity. The Karma Yoga practice directly deals with the primary aspect of life, Karma seeks out the effects of disciplined action, which expresses the separation between the effects of man and Karma. This separation occurs through a dissociation process in which one separates himself from the benefits or losses of his actions within the world.
The practice of Karma Yoga is typically based on a Dharma or worldwide task. Dharma is defined by the past actions of the individual, including the past of everyday life and the past of the past life. In a sense, Dharma is the most effective way for an individual to use their earthly time for spiritual progress as it is based on the person's real abilities and potential. One of the major components of Dharma is the world without thinking about the benefits or losses of one of the actions. A practitioner lives and works in the world without having any expectations or impressions to make the future evolve. The mind focuses on selfless service and works for the greater benefit of your individual needs. In Karma Yoga, practice is gradual as the individual slowly dissolves the bonds of karma and releases the spirit at the boundaries of egocentric thinking processes.
Although karma law can practice techniques such as asan, breathing and meditation, their spiritual practice is primarily the service and actions that are at the heart of altruism and humility. The first mention of Karma Yoga in Bhagavad-Gita is in dialogue between Arjuna and Krsna. In this conversation, Krsna Arjuna informs him that Krsna is intertwined with his consciousness when he renounces the actions of the divine (which is in this case Krishna). Krsna encourages Arjuna to commit himself to action and follow-up without worrying or taking into account the benefits or losses of his actions. Arjuna informs him that the action in the name of Krsna (or divine) gives him the freedom he has achieved.
Kundalini Yoga Kundalini Yoga is a yoga practice that came from the practice of tantra yoga. Historically, Tantra Yoga is one of the oldest forms of spirituality that is still in practice. One of the most important components of Tantra Yoga is the incorporation of kundalini, which is considered by all human beings as an ancestral force. The Kundalini yoga practice has been designed to control and utilize the potential of Kundalini's energy in the body. Contrary to Yoga's other systems, Kundalini Yoga can be highly unstable yoga as the release of Kundalini's energy can lead to extreme psychological and physical disruption if it can not be properly regulated.
Therefore, the practice of Kundalini Yoga is a highly developed system that is usually only practiced by those who practice good spirits. One of the most important preconditions for kundalini yoga is a strong mind and a healthy body without which the release of kundalini energy can be harmful or fatal. Even a psychiatrist known in the Kundalini syndrome has been developed for those with dementia due to the incorrect release of kundalini energy. In kundalini yoga, the techniques presented are designed to help wake up Kundalini's energy. Apart from the determination of ancient energy, it is also known as the kundalini snake energy. Before awakening, the kundaline energy at the back of the spine is like a spiral coil shaped like a snake. When released, the Kundalini's energy stretches up to the spine and moves toward the crown of the head. Depending on the cleansing of energy scraps along the spinal column known as chakras, kundalini either reaches its final destination and is attached to the head or to one of the chakras. Kundaline yoga usually begins with cleansing chakras. This cleansing helps maintain prana balance in the body. It is believed that the prana balance process within the body leads to a good mood and body. After cleansing the body, mind, and pricip channels, the kundalini yoga practitioner liberates kundalini's energy. The purification process is an essential quality of practice as it helps to ensure the smooth flow of kundalini energy through the chakra system.
Many techniques are used to purify both the chakras and the liberation of Kundalini's energy. These include yoga asanas, pranayamas (breathing exercises), meditations, and mudra (gestures) that specifically target the primal energy and the awakened kundalini. Contrary to yoga's other systems, kundalini yoga can not be practiced by self-education. It is essential that a person interested in practicing kundalini yoga finds an experienced practitioner and teacher of the yoga system to guide them during the process. Without such guidance, it is likely that severe physical and mental disorders arise because Kundalini energy is a very powerful element in the human body that they do not want to do without the body, mind, and pricipl channels. There are countless people who have previously liberated kundalini yoga and have been disoriented and neurotic. Kundalini yoga is read by many books and the kundalini energy always advised him to be a highly trained and attentive teacher who leads the practitioner through the kundalini yoga system.
Hatha yoga The word hatha has several meanings. Typically there are two individual words, ha and tha. The meaning of these words can be interpreted as day and moon. We can also say that these two words are the Beeja Mantras or the singer's song responsible for her. However, if you represent the primitive body, while tha is your mental body. An essential element of the Hatha Yoga is the equalization of energy polarity in the body (ida and pingala) and the cleansing of the mind and body.
Most people in modern environments consider hatha yoga to be a physical body. Although this is not incorrect, hatha yoga involves many other philosophies and techniques that address the more complex aspects of the human system. One of the essential components of the Hatha Yoga is cleaning. Hatha yoga cleansing occurs in many aspects of the human being; physical, mental, energetic and emotional bodies are cleansed. They think that if all bodies are cleansed, then it may be as spiritual development towards self-liberation. Contrary to Raja Yoga, which is discussed later, hatha yoga does not define the prerequisite of moral values before starting the yoga techniques. Rather, hatha yoga begins with yoga postures or asanas and energetic cleaning techniques of pranayama. After a rational understanding of the two exercises, more advanced techniques such as Shatkarmas (body cleansing), Pranayamas (nadhi purification), Mudras (energy channeling), Bundhas (energy lock) and other techniques that lead to Samadhi (self-realization) can be practiced.
Like yoga, hatha yoga argues that techniques such as meditation and concentration can only be followed if the body and mind are cleansed. Without such preparation, practicing meditation is useless, as no benefit can be gained from practice. Hatha Yoga came from many texts, all written in 500-1500. Compared to other forms of Hatha yoga, Hatha Yoga is the youngest of them all, the main text of which is Hatha yoga Pradipika, which is the 16th century.
Hatha Yoga could be considered as a state of the art of yoga, but in itself it has the ability to lead to spiritual liberation. The more modest system of yoga, hatha yoga can be practiced by most people and does not require a well grounded mind and body to start practicing. Therefore, it is a practice that many people use to use yoga as a means of spiritual freedom.
Raja Yoga Raja yoga is considered to be the royal road and literally the Royal Society of Sanskrit. The Raja yoga system comes from Patanjali's teachings in Yoga Sutras, written between 100 and 300 years. There are also some that point out that this yoga system is Ashtanga Yoga, although Raja Yoga is the traditional term used by Yoga Sutras-led yoga and some differences separate the two from each other. Here we mainly deal with the traditional regime of Raja yoga, which has been practiced in India since the origins of sutras. Raja Yoga is the path of intuition and perception. That is why these two tools are needed to make spiritual growth happen. Some spiritual masters, such as Swami Tureyananda, believe that Raja Yoga is practiced after getting the yoga pre-studies with a substantial transformation.
Even the other teachers believe that the practice of Raja yoga is preceded by the experience of the preliminary state of Samadhi. Therefore, Raja Yoga is not a practice for the overwhelming majority of people. In yoga sutures, Patanjali clearly outlines the preconditions for yoga's more advanced techniques. The overwhelming majority of yoga sutras serve the understanding and control of the mind, including the four components of Chitta, Buddhi, Manas and Ahamkara. They pay close attention to the functioning and functioning of the mind as well as the different levels and dimensions of the mind. The reminder of the text discusses the steps through which you experience experiences on the road to self-realization and pay attention to all the various pitfalls that can digest your way. The Raja yoga system is usually formulated within the "eight-legged path". These limbs include the following:
- Yama Code of Conduct and Abstinence
- Niyama Religious Commemorations, Devotion to Practice and Discipline
- Creation of Assignment for Mind and Body
- Pranayama – regulating respiration that unites and balances between the body and the mind
- Pratyahara – sensory sensory organs withdraw from the outside environment including all five senses (six if it involves the mind)
- Dharana concentration  Dhyana Meditation
- Samadhi is self-realization or a super conscious state.
These eight limbs together form the practice and systematic approach of Raja Yoga. Like kundalini yoga, Raja Yoga requires significant guidance and guidance, without which many problems and ultimate failure will arise. Therefore, it is essential that Raja yoga practitioner finds a teacher or guru who has perfected the system and achieved the true state of self-realization.
Jnana Yoga The practice of Jana Yoga is easy to understand between the two words: Jana & and Yoga & # 39; which together represent the term "Wisdom". & # 39; the practice of Jana Yoga is a very practical system for the Western mind, which usually approaches things by means of intellect and rational deduction. While these two aspects are later left on the road, Jana Yoga begins with intellectual examination and rational observation. While Jana Yoga encourages beliefs in God or supreme faith, this does not necessarily require faith and can therefore be used by rational atheists. Jana's yoga techniques deal with a deduction process in which all aspects of life are observed.
The process of self-assertion and quarreling as the practitioner gradually overcomes the illusions and misunderstandings of the mind as they work for the justice of their most basic nature. The practice of Jana Yoga is understandable in the simple Sanskrit phrase: "Neti, Neti", which is translated invisibly rather than this, and not. In Jana yoga we remove the various layers of their mind's onions until they reach the core, which is not good or not perfect. Jana Yoga has four important guidelines that helped the practitioner to go to self-realization. Since Jana Yoga is primarily a testing system, it does not require techniques such as pranayama and asanas to achieve self-realization. Jana Law's four guidelines: Viveka – Discrimination (between truth and not truth); Shrinkage scattering (from the connection world and the mind / body); Shad-sampat – Six Virtues (calmness, dama (sensory control), uparati (resignation), titiksha (perseverance), shraddha (hit) and samadhana (concentration)); and Mumukshutva – the desire for liberation.
Conclusion When you read this article to find the yoga system to help grow spiritually, it would be expedient to conduct further research on systems that are compatible with your needs and character. Not every individual exercises yoga for self-realization. All yoga systems have unique benefits that come from practice and can therefore be practiced without self-realization. Although the ultimate goal of yoga is liberation, there are many benefits to the practice that naturally occurs when the body, mind, and energy are purified in the human being. As mentioned earlier, if you decide to use the Raja yoga or Kundalini yoga practice, you should find the experienced guide before finishing the exercise. However, all yoga systems require gurus or trained practitioners to guide the student through a specific yoga system.
All the styles mentioned above are unique and are not right or wrong or better than the other. In fact there are thousands of different yoga styles, but we have stated the primary branches of the yoga practicum. When selecting a practice, select a person with characteristics that are consistent with your personality and individuality. From then on, you can keep in touch with your practice and make it easier for you to gradually enter your life on a daily basis. Consistent practice provides the greatest opportunity for self-growth and transformation.