From comparing to self-reflection and love

There are four main paths of Yoga: Jnana, Bhakti, Karma and Raja Yoga all leading to the same: Samadhi. Most yogis combine different styles of yoga on their journey. I have spoken briefly about Bhakti and Karma yoga in earlier blogs. Jnana Yoga is the path of knowledge and wisdom. It includes introspection and contemplation […]

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The niyama svadhyaya means self-study or self-reflection. It involves the reflection of your thoughts, speech and actions in order to truly know yourself. If you observe your mental, verbal and behavioural patterns, you become conscious of your conditioned tendencies. Yogis consider meditation as the main method of self-inquiry, since it is dedicated solely to observe the

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