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  1. Introduction
  2. Different types of Yoga
    1. Mantra Yoga
    2. Laya Yoga
    3. Karma Yoga
    4. Gyan Yoga
    5. Bhakti Yoga
    6. Dhyana Yoga
    7. Sahaj Yoga
    8. Hath Yoga
    9. Raj Yoga
  3. Conclusion

The literal meaning of the word Yoga is integration or ?To unite?, ?To connect?, ?To join?, ?To combine?, or ?To integrate?. In these senses Yoga represents a process through which one can learn how to live in most holistic way. It therefore involves the process of identification and then elimination of all factors that would contribute to its disintegration. Mantra yoga refers to the achievement of certain siddhis with the help of the jaap of certain mantras of the god this category of Yoga has been considered as inferior type of Yoga by some scriptures.

[...] Gyan Yoga Gyan Yoga: Path of knowledge The essential teaching of Bhagwat Geeta is self discovering and above measures are the way of self-discovery. The central theme of Gyan Yoga is that only Jigyasu (One who desires) can pursue that path of Gyan Yoga here the aspirant must know what the cosmic scheme is and then he should act in its consonance, as such Gyan Yoga is a way of philosophy or a way of inquiry or a way of discrimination. [...]


[...] Different types of Yoga Introduction There are two types of origin of word Yoga as mentioned below: It is the process of connecting atma and parmatma. By which the chitta can be united or connected. The literal meaning of the word Yoga is integration or unite?, connect?, combine?, or integrate?. In these senses Yoga represents a process through which one can learn how to live in most holistic way. It therefore involves the process of identification and then elimination of all factors that would contribute to its disintegration. [...]

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