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  • 1. Every person in this world is craving for peace and happiness. Our ultimate goal is to achieve happiness. But what is the magical word that promises individual’s joy, peace and prosperity in their personal life and shows them a path to peace. The word is “Yoga”,the path of Ashtanga Yoga which has been propagated by Maharshi Patanjali is the answer we are looking for. This is the only solution to our quest for Ashtanga Yoga provides us with individual and social well beings, physical fitness, intellectual awakening, mental peace and contentment of the soul. A Brief Presentation on “Patanjali Yoga “ or “Ashtanga Yoga”
  • 2.
    • “ Yama Niyamasana Pranayama Pratyahara Dharanadhyana Samadhyoshta angani!! ”
    • Patanjali has propounded the famous Eight fold Path of disciplines, which shows a way of living in the world and how to interact and behave in society.
    • All aspect of these eight limbs or fold or paths called Ashtanga Yoga. Maharshi Thus explain with the help of Sutra
  • 3. YAMA Non-violence, truthfulness, abstaining from appropriating things belongings to other, purity in thoughts, words & deed. And non-acquisition of things are the essential, components of Yama. Yama is the first discipline in attaining perfection. "Ahimsa Satyasteya Brahmacharya-parigraha Yamaha!!"
  • 4. NIYAMA
    • The collective disciplines of Niyama are Physical & mental purity, contentment, austerity,
    • self study of holy books and scriptures and devotion to god. One must dedicate the fruits and one’s action to god.
    "Shaucha santosha tapah swadhyayeshwara pranidhanani niyamaha!!"
  • 5. ASANA
    • Posture or asana is that which is firm and pleasant . An easy and steady posture enables the sadhaka to practice meditation without feeling strain physical discomfort.
    "Sthira Sukham Asanam!!"
  • 6. PRANAYAMA
    • Pranayama helps in retraining and regulating breath. Rhythmic breathing calms down the mind. Swami Vivekananada explained this trough a story in which a minister made his escape and descended forms the tower by means of a rope and silken thread, tied to a beetle with honey to its feelers
    "Tasmin sati swasa praswasa-yorgati vicchedaha Pranayamaha!! "
  • 7. PRATYAHARA
    • Pratyahara is withdrawing the senses or organs from their contact with the objects in the external world. Sri Ramakrishna has explained it thus : the moment an elephant stretches out its trunk to eat neighbor’s garden, it gets a blow from the iron goad of driver
    "Swavishayasamprayoge chittvaswarupanukar eevendriayanang Pratyaharah!!"
  • 8. DHARANA
    • Fixing the mind on an object is called Dharana. When the chittva or mind-stuff is confined and limited to a certain place its Dharana or concentration
    "Deshbandhashchittvasay Dharana!!"
  • 9. DHAYNA An unbroken flow of knowledge in that object is Dhyanam. The mind tries to think of one object to hold itself to one point and if the mind succeeds in receiving the sensations only through that part or point and if the mind can keep itself in that state for some time, it is called Dhyana
  • 10.
    • SAMADHI
    • When that giving up all forms, reflects only the meaning it is Samadhai. That comes when in meditation the form or the external part is given up.
    "Tadevartho-matra-nibhasing swarupashunyamibo Samadhi!!"
  • 11. Discrimination
    • Misunderstanding or misinterpretation of scriptures will ruin us. One must judiciously exercise one’s power of discrimination to protect oneself from the influence of the wicked in this world. Sri Ramakrishna taught this with a parable and advised us to keep ourselves away from the evil –minded
  • 12. Concentration
    • Success in life mostly depends on the power of concentration. Clear thinking and intellectual understanding are very easy for a concentrated mind. Arjuna could shoot at the target with his tremendous power of concentration
    "Tapah Swadhyayeswarapranidhanini Kriyayogah!!"
  • 13. compassion
    • Bhagavan Buddha preached to king Bimbisar and others not to kill of innocent animals for performing Yajnas. Buddha’s compassion for the sacrificial goat transformed the heart of the king and he became a follower of the Buddha
  • 14.
    • Branches of Yoga or Schools of Yoga
  • 15. RajaYoga Raja yoga is the science of controlling the ever volatile mind, Brahma is said to have meditated. Patanjali’s yoga sutras explain scientifically the art of practicing Raja Yoga. Meditation enfolds our divine nature and solves all psychological problems.
  • 16. KarmaYoga Karma yoga is the saving mantra for humanity in this age. To put in the words of Sri Ramakrishna devoted each to his own duties, man attains to the highest perfection.
  • 17.
    • Bhakti Yoga
    • Bhakti or divine love makes God closest to a spiritual aspirant. He can be loved & adored as a spouse or a child or a mother or a servant or a friend, as did the Gopis of Vrindavan, Yoshoda, Sri Ramakrishna, Hanuman, Arjun ,Meera respectively.
  • 18.
    • Jnana Yoga
    • Jnana Yoga or the Path of Knowledge is the shortest but most difficult path for one to tread. One has to deny or negate the apparent through constant discrimination between real and the unreal. Sri Ramakrishna,his Guru Tota Puri,Sri Shanakaracharya, Sri Ramanamaharshi & Swami Vivekananda were the great exponents of this path of Knowledge
  • 19.
    • Strength and fearlessness
    • When Arjuna, frightened and deluded refuse to fight ,Sri Krishna exhorts him to shake off his unmanliness and faint-heartedness. The great hero Arjuna realize that fearlessness itself is strength
  • 20. May all my limbs remain unimpaired and my soul unconquered.
    • There is the Light of Lights which is my inner being. The peerless spirit within living beings….. The immortal light.
  • 21.
    • My ears open to hear. my eyes open to see. The Light that is hidden within my spirit shines beyond it. My mind roams with its thoughts in the distance. What shall I speak and What really shall
    • I think.
  • 22. Courtesy by RKM ,Hyd & DA,lifescape May all be spiritual and become YOGI OM TAT SAT
  • 23. OM NAMAHA