Different Types of Yoga

Posted on: Monday, August 3, 2015 | Posted by: Art of Living Universe


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If you progress deeper into this field (of yoga), you will say, 'This is nonsense. Yoga is nonsense'. Are you surprised? Are you shocked? (Everyone in the audience says, 'Yes')
Yoga is all nonsense! Shocked?

This is true my dear because there is no two. You can only unite two things when they are separate. When there is no two, and when nothing is separate, where is the question of uniting; unity is an illusion. This is called Gyaan Yoga: there is no two, we are all one.

Uniting implies that there is an effort. If you had to unite the right hand with the left hand, it appears as an effort. But wake up and see, they are your own hands, they are already one. You cannot say, 'I am uniting my hands', they are already one. This is Gyaan Yoga.

Bhakti Yoga means - there is no other, everything and everyone is a part of me. A sense of reverence and deep love for all that is, is called Bhakti Yoga.

Then comes Karma Yoga. Doing anything with passion, with full attention to it, is Karma Yoga. Now we play many roles in life, but are we playing every role with passion, with responsibility, and with care and concern? This is Karma Yoga. Hath Yoga is (when you think you cannot do a particular thing, yet) stretching beyond your perceived ability. So all these are the different types of yoga.

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