Described by the ancient Indian scriptures as the communion of the individual soul (Jivatman), the Universal Soul or God (Parmatma), “Yoga the ancient Indian discipline is highly relevant to the modern-day context. Today, as we enter the 21st Century, the outside world is becoming more restless, and life is full of strife and tensions. Yoga provides the perfect panacea.
Yoga’s ancient science secrets were passed down from the rishis, saints, and sages who came to these very Himalayas in Uttar Pradesh for divine inspiration. Through their meditation, austerities, and prayers, a treasure chest of wisdom was bestowed upon them for humanity’s benefit.
Yoga means “union”; it is a union of breath to the body, the mind to the muscles, and, most importantly, the self to the divine.
Yoga is not a religion. It does not require you to believe in a certain God or to chant certain hymns. It is an ancient science that leads to health in the body, peace in mind, joy in the heart, and liberation of the soul. It is the most secular and universal system for human salvation.
Different forms of Yoga:- Hatha Yoga, Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Mantra Yoga, and Laya Yoga, a complete system of self-transformation and self-realization, which are the ultimate goals of human existence.
Yoga has been proven as a scientific method for curing and preventing common and rare acute diseases.
Asanas are not merely physical, contortionist exercises. Instead, the specific asanas act as a bridge that unites the brief and limited human body with the divine, eternal, infinite soul.