Yoga Philosophy

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Yoga is a complex and old religion dating back 5,000 years. The article explains that yoga is originally overwhelming for new people due to the amount of practice and philosophy behind it. However may be more easily grasped after understanding a few underlying principles that open the person up to numerous aspects of yoga and its fundamental principles. [1]
The fundamental principles include the notion of liberating one's self from the limitations of their physical identity. This principle takes into account the Being, which is an entity that is made up of everything in the universe. Through liberating one's self you gain the truth of this principle and are released from eternal suffering.[1]
The foundation of a true moral life is thought
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That the liberated person's use household and daily life activities to practice their yogic lifestyle.[1]
An element in yogic practice has been known as grace. Grace is explained to be part of the Being and in different teachings of yoga flow from the liberated. Gurus are able to channel their energy to bless disciples and ultimately passes the energy of the Being from master to student over
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This practice is referred to as study, which is used in most schools of yoga to help the users to move beyond yoga as a healthy physical activity or calming of the mind through meditation into understanding the nature of the mind. This principle is used to overcome the person's existing limitations and discover transcendental consciousness, discovering how to become spiritually awake.[1]
Yoga ultimately replaces thoughts and behavior that we rarely acknowledge to express the powers and virtues that come from self realization. This self transformation takes patience and may not be accomplished in the practitioners lifetime, but the effort to liberate one's self is never wasted and every small task makes a