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simply sharing knowledge that what you have and what are learning
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its a inner learning. self relaization
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ekatvam is the concept of Jnana Yoga. You want realize the true the scriptures, viz. Holy books.
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Jnana (wisdom or knowledge) is considered the most difficult of the four main paths of Yoga, requiring great strength of will and intellect. In Jnana yoga, the mind is used to inquire into its own nature and to transcend the mind s identification with its thoughts and ego. The fundamental goal of Jnana... read more
Jnana (wisdom or knowledge) is considered the most difficult of the four main paths of Yoga, requiring great strength of will and intellect. In Jnana yoga, the mind is used to inquire into its own nature and to transcend the mind’s identification with its thoughts and ego. The fundamental goal of Jnana yoga is to become liberated from the illusionary world of maya (thoughts and perceptions) and to achieve union of the inner Self (Atman) with the oneness of all life (Brahman). This is achieved by steadfastly practicing the mental techniques of self-questioning, reflection and conscious illumination that are defined in the Four Pillars of Knowledge. The Four Pillars of Knowledge (sadhana chatushtaya) are the prescribed steps toward achieving liberation in Jnana Yoga. These practices build upon each other and thus should be practiced in sequential order. Even if one does not have the goal of achieving liberation, practicing these techniques will cultivate spiritual insight and understanding as well as reduce one’s suffering and dissatisfaction of life. read less
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Jnana Yoga is the Path of Knowledge or Phylosophy,Subject mater of Jnana Yoga is quest for reality and Happiness,Jnana is attained from sadhana and the goal is to attain jivana Mukthi.Ie freedom when you are alive
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Jnana yoga means path of wisdowm.First phase of Jnana yoga is Sravanam or Hearing 2nd phase is Mananam.
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Jnana means knowledge.jnana of who I am.this is only thing that is know in this world apart from I am this body this mind who we really are
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Jnana yoga is a yoga of knowledge
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