Yoga and it's Principles
The word ‘Yog’ has been used in Vedas, Upanishads, Gita and mythological scriptures etc. since times. It is a very important term in the Indian context, be it in devotion, self-realization or in the day-to-day work arena, Yog deals extensively with every aspect of our life according to these classics. Yog gives an insight to know more about the self. The dormant inner powers blossom to give complete bliss and an introduction to the true self. It enables one to meet the supreme soul and attain complete bliss. Indian sages have prescribed many methods to achieve this goal. W e will mainly follow the asana’s and Pranayama’s given in Ashtang yog (Yam, Niyam, Asan, Pranayam, Pratyahar, Dharana, Dhyan and samadhi) or the eight main aspects of Yog.
Types of Yog:
Ha is sun - Tha is moon. Those 2 energies become one will power, a force of body which is used to bring balance of harmony with different techniques mixing posture and breathing.
The chakra are energy centers situated inside the spinal column of each human body. This is one invisible power force (called shakti ) which you can awake with certain a type of Kundalini yoga method
Ashtanga or Power yoga
after long practice of vedic system, Ashtanga yoga can be called power yoga (shakti) because your body generates internal heat itself. This energy encourages flexibility, helps to detoxify all your body and settle mental peace.
Focuses your energy to worship the Universal Energy with heart and mind .
This is the level of yogi can reach when they control their spirit beyond their mental.
It is a work over your body and your mind in order to develop positive thinking. Acting in a right way will bring you positive energy.
Tantra yoga or Karma Sutra
This yoga is used in Indian culture in couple relationships. It enables to live an authentic relationship and step by step learn with help of respiration to control your mind & body in order to live with pleasure,joy and purity.
White tantra yoga
This is art of purifying consciousness and create a meditative state of mind between two persons. This is a spiritual method used by Indians or in a buddhist culture.