Yoga is practicing for today’s physical mental problems. A divine medicine can be found in the stomach of our mind. It is always boring for us to have our body well enough to be free from the doctor’s advisers’ shackles for our minor diseases. We are bored if it is not right from the diseases that occur on our bodies. Yoga Practice is A media that casts the scene and gives the exposure.
WHAT IS YOGA?
All the actions that ever take place in our daily life are always a desire-disappointment. and comfort of the mind. The mind grows when in happiness, Sadness shrinks the mind. But the practice of maintaining peace of mind is always the practice of yoga.
Science is growing day by day. The man is taking the path of evolution. All of these are happening in a fast way. All this, the main stage of the mind, is this evolution to be a good treat for our minds to become very beneficial to human welfare. The various stages of this process are recognized by different types of yoga.
There is a result of all that we do but not to pay attention to the result in this karmic. This is what we call the placenta. The work we do is to have a passionate attitude so that the mind is freed from the arrest of the karmas. Mind sustainability and peace of mind are called karma yoga.
Bhakti means the emotions of our minds that are exalted and infused with infinite power and the mind is in peace, is the attitude of Bhakti Yoga. Human is filled with desires with the minds in the present world. Conflict in mind is normal but feelings of devotion are in a relaxed state of mind. This is Bhakti yoga.
in our life, there are some theoretical ideas that can come about in the mind, about the souls, such as the life-soul Paramatma, hell reincarnation as well as the questions that arise in our minds. In order to get the answer to this question, we should go to the Jnanayakam. Our instrument for our intelligence will be in a relaxed state of mind.
The success of all attempts in life is the psychological procession, which are the main ones, Yama, Rule, Asana Pranayama, Pratyahara, retention, meditation, and burial are the limbs of Ashtanga yoga.