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The spiritual aspect, which is beyond the physical is the purpose of yoga.When the nervous system is purified, when your mind rests in the atman [the Self], then you can experience the true greatness of yoga.” - Jois Still, both yoga masters recognized the importance of asana as vital and necessary to the practice of yoga.In the ordinary way, you will find that as soon as you sit for a few minutes all sorts of disturbances come into the body; but when you have got beyond the idea of a concrete body, you will lose all sense of the body...When you have succeeded in conquering the body and keeping it firm, your practice will remain firm, but while you are disturbed by the body, your nerves become disturbed, and you cannot concentrate the mind.” - Swami Vivekananda Today, yoga is largely misunderstood to be and is practiced primarily as asana, or physical posture.Most Hindu texts discuss yoga as a practice to control the senses and ultimately, the mind.The most famous is the Bhagavad Gita (dating back to 6th-3rd Century BCE“Each student may take in one or the other of them as his main path, according to his subjective mental temperament.

Firmness of seat means that you do not feel the body at all.Hindus commonly refer to Hinduism as Sanatana Dharma, or the Eternal Truth.Also uniting the , or unity with God and escape from the cyle of birth and death.However, each intelligent student shall discover for himself that whatever be his main path, the other[s] cannot be totally eliminated from his program of self-evolution” - Swami Chinmayananda Most importantly, the Bhagavad Gita makes clears that regardless of which path one embarks upon, yoga is an individual journey that requires lifelong dedication, consistent practice, and devotion to God.Of course, references to yoga are found throughout Hindu scripture.

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