hat does the word "yoga" mean? How do the different forms of "Yoga" relate to each other? What is the relationship of these forms to how Hindus view human beings? Is one form "preferable"? Are Hindus expected to deal with them all?
Yoga, is a discipline that encompasses physical, mental, and spiritual/emotional practices. They differ in the areas that each practices will target, however, as a whole, is was developed to allow individuals that ability to control their behavioral prescriptive. The relation can be effectively associated with Hinduism as this practice indulges in acceptance and patience. Primary example would be the mental aspect in which Hindus are obligated in viewing the world as a whole, as a single functioning unit that begins with accepting humans/nature in general. Hindus are expected in providing an open minded view to their practices and surroundings, however, all aspects of yoga are involved in their daily functions and will be applied according to the encountered situation or cicumstance.
Oct 17th, 2014
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