Jnana Yoga

Jnana Yoga With the help of self-realization, when a Yogi stops taking ownership of the action done by body, sense and mind and starts believing in the omnipresent God as the cause of every action and reaction; it is called Jnana Yoga. It is called Karma Sanyasa Yoga as well according to Bhagwad Gita. In …

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Bhakti Yoga

Bhakti Yoga Bhakti Yoga advocates realizing God in every form, every name, and every situation. Reverence and Faith are two main elements of Bhakti. Faith and Reverence in God are prerequisites for the realization of God. Loving God without any expectation is called pure devotion. Worldly pleasures become tasteless once we overcome all expectations. At …

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Karma Yoga

Karma Yoga: Karma is very important in human life. Life without Karma is useless or purposeless. Bhagwad Gita suggests Karma or action should always be our priority. By nature, Karma is a mixure of Shat and Ashat. Every action essentially has positive and negative effects. Still, Classical Texts suggest doing the righteous action. Good and …

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