The path of Yoga

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Don't practice with reward in mind. Just as you cannot meditate thinking of attaining Jivamukti because that defies meditation itself; you cannot practise postures thinking only of attaining a particular form. Hatha Yoga is not the only path of Yoga. Neither is meditation. There is a path for each person to attain liberation. Yoga means union, and it can be achieved through different paths: Karma Yoga: is related to good deeds without expecting anything in return. Bhakti Yoga: the yoga of devotion to God. Jnana Yoga: the path of reason, the study of sacred texts. Raja Yoga: the path of meditation, of finding liberation within one's own soul. Hatha Yoga and self-contemplation are often included in this branch. No matter which path a yogi follows, they all lead to the same end: Liberation, Jivamukti, Moksha.

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How to achieve the Jivamukti state

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Lecture on 4 dimensions - Mani Raman

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Mani Raman - Vedanta parte 2

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The path of Yoga

The path of Yoga