Yoga literally means “union.” When you experience everything as one in your consciousness, then you are in yoga. When you are in yoga, your body, mind and energy and existence are in absolute harmony. When your body and mind are in a relaxed state and at a certain level of blissfulness, you can be free of so many ailments.
Meditation every morning helps us to stay present and mindful. It is having a deep and powerful connection with your higher self. Visualization and meditation not only put you in a peaceful state of mind, but they also help attract what you want in life. Just 10 – 15 minutes a day can do wonders for your vibration.
In yoga, these systems have been identified. To start with, you work with the body, then you move to the breath, then to the mind, then to the inner self.
4 Paths of Yoga to reach the Ultimate Divine:
Bhakti (Emotion) – The path of devotion replace jealousy, hatred, anger, arrogance with joy, wisdom, peace and bliss.
Karma (Body or physical action) – The path of Action and selfless service, creating space for compassion, pure love and humility.
Gnana (Mind/Intellect) – The path of knowledge, wisdom and self-realization that you are One with the Divine.
Kriya (Energy) – Transform your energies within and try to reach the ultimate. That means to understand the mechanics of Life within us.
Yoga is simply the science of aligning these dimensions. If these dimensions do not come together, human beings will be one big mess.The whole process of yoga is to take you from something that you know, and take the next step into the unknown.
When the higher mind is driving the subconscious, many people experience a spiritual awakening. A more pronounced spirituality will mean a mindset that chooses to remain calm, focused and driven toward positive aspects of life. It also means having the determination to overcome with the help of a higher power. This higher power is both similar and influential to the subconscious mind.