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& # 39; Yoga & # 39 ;, the term itself is in rage these days. It is an ancient science that has positively influenced the human mind and body. With its roots in India, dating back more than 2,500 years, the term proposed by Patanjali derives from the Sanskrit word "yuja", meaning "to connect" or "to culminate". It is the fusion of mind and body with nature. Yoga has a wide range of uses, mainly in five forms, namely, Gnyana Yoga (Yoga Through Knowledge), Bhakti Yoga (Yoga Through Dedication), Karma Yoga (Yoga Through Action), Raja Yoga (Royal or Supreme Yoga), and Hath Yoga (Yoga Through Balance the opposition principles of the body). They are different rooms, which are connected under a roof.
In recent years, a probable error has appeared in the minds of the masses. People only perceive yoga as a series of complex body movements and poses that make the body supple. Yes, it makes the body supple like rubber, but it's not just a set of fitness tricks. Yoga is about connecting with a spiritual level. It's about getting a body position and keeping that position for as long as the body allows it, taking into account that you should never force yourself to keep such a post beyond the time the body does not allow it.
Yoga asks about the healthy nature of human consciousness. The only riddle that keeps humanity from going a step further to achieve psychological well-being is ignorance of the same psychological unity. Each individual was born with this self-defeating fragmentation process, and it is growing more and more because of the lack of professional help. You can only be professional if you have the right knowledge. Oh! This does not happen because the enemy of knowledge is not ignorance but the illusion of knowledge. People claim here and there that they are the best in this kind of art, but what they have not realized is that yoga is all about one's mental well-being and does not extend its qualifications to a degree of superlatives.
The comparative study of yoga texts and modern sciences of physics, chemistry, biology and psychology is associated with a number of problems. Yoga was advocated as a way of life; a kind of psychosomatic preparation for the spiritual elevation. Patanjali was heavily influenced by the ethical writings of Sankhya Yoga and did not seriously care about such transcendental, blissful or "ego-dissolving" experiences. The benefits of doing yoga exercises for a normal person should therefore be assessed at the grosser level of health and fitness.