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JNANA YOGA

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The path Jnana Yoga or right knowledge (Gyana Yoga) 8 Limbs Of Yoga, Advaita Vedanta, Jnana Yoga, Pranayama, Guided Meditation, Hinduism, Asana, Ayurveda, Aurora Sleeping Beauty

The path Jnana Yoga or right knowledge (Gyana Yoga)

Jnana Yoga (also called Gyana Yoga or Dhyana Yoga)

What's Your Dharma - Coffey Talk Jnana Yoga, Pranayama, Guided Meditation, Chakras, Ayurveda, Affirmations, Spirituality, Knowledge, Wisdom

What's Your Dharma - Coffey Talk

Jnana Yoga is the path of knowledge. This is knowledge in the higher sense, knowing who we are. Knowing is different than believing. Vedanta gives us tools to achieve this through affirmations that help us to see what is real, and to see the truth. Through learning discernment we learn what is temporary and what is eternal, so we understand that we are pure, perfect, and free. We come to understand that the only thing we really take with us from this life experience is the wisdom that we…

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“Any belief, whatever it is, is counterproductive in the context of the practice of yoga. One holds a belief instead of knowing. For example, you wouldn’t say you believe in your right ear, since you know your ear, no belief is required. Believing always excludes knowing. When jnana (supreme knowledge) comes through the practice of yoga, you will know. Do not be satisfied with believing.” — Gregor Maehle