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Yoga! by Mind Map: Yoga!

1. yoga and the pursuite of god

2. Famous Yogis

2.1. Shri Ramakrishna

2.2. Swami Vivekananda

2.2.1. introduced to west

2.3. Swami Rama Tirtha

2.4. Sri Tirumala Krishnamacharya

2.5. Sri Krishna Pattabhi Jois

2.6. Paramahansa Yogananda

2.7. Sri Aurobindo/ Aurobindo Ghosh

2.8. Swami Sivananda

2.9. Swami Rama Tirtha

2.9.1. Wrote over 300 books on spirituality and yoga

2.10. Swami Satyananda

2.11. Shrii Shrii Anandamurti

2.12. New node

2.13. New node

3. Bhakti Yoga

3.1. devotion

3.2. 9 forms

3.2.1. 1

3.2.2. 2

3.2.3. 3

3.2.4. 4

3.2.5. 5

3.2.6. 6

3.2.7. 7

3.2.8. 8

3.2.9. 9

3.3. Teaching of love

4. Intention of yoga

5. Jnana Yoga

5.1. path to awareness

5.2. requirments

5.2.1. understanding of things coming to the end

5.2.2. Mastered Karma Yoga

5.2.3. Virtue

5.2.4. liberation

5.3. Three steps

5.3.1. Shravana

5.3.2. Manana

5.3.3. Nididhyasana

5.4. 4 sayings

5.4.1. Prajnanam Brahma

5.4.2. Aham Brahmasmi

5.4.3. Tat Tvam Asi

5.4.4. Ayam Atma Brahma

5.5. Reality

5.5.1. Inner Self

5.6. Levels

5.6.1. 1

5.6.2. 2

5.6.3. 3

6. relationship between yoga and religion

6.1. Large part of hinduism

6.2. Accelerates spiritual development

6.3. Good exercise, cure ills, good shape, good spiritual health

6.4. They must have eachother to be compleate

7. karma yoga

7.1. selfless action and service

7.2. Bhagvad Gita

7.3. Darma

7.3.1. not joyed by reward

7.3.2. benefit of the world

7.4. Beginers

7.4.1. burdened

7.4.2. week practicers

7.4.3. strengthining mind

7.5. Karma= "to do"

7.5.1. impacts every day life

7.5.2. do things in a selfless manner

8. practice of yoga

8.1. physical not religious

9. Formes (physical vs. mental)

9.1. physical strength

9.2. flexability

9.3. Calming

10. Raja Yoga

10.1. royalty

10.2. states of mind

10.2.1. control

10.2.2. There are five states of the mind

10.2.2.1. Kshipta

10.2.2.2. Mudha

10.2.2.3. Vikshipta

10.2.2.4. Ekagra

10.2.2.5. Niruddha

10.3. To have peace of mind, you will have to cultivate the four great virtues

10.3.1. Maitri

10.3.2. Karuna

10.3.3. Mudita

10.3.4. Upeksh

10.4. 8 limbed

10.4.1. Yama

10.4.2. Niyama

10.4.3. Āsana

10.4.4. Pranayama

10.4.5. Pratyahara

10.4.6. Dharana

10.4.7. Dhyana

10.4.8. Samādhi

11. Yoga philosophy

11.1. yogic mind.

11.1.1. buddhi

11.2. Feeling

11.3. "the Cosmic Being."

11.4. Object of Yoga

11.4.1. universe

11.4.2. nature

12. Yoga Schools

12.1. Abhidyan yoga institute

12.2. Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai

12.3. Bihar School of Yoga and Bihar Yoga Bharati

13. The Three Gunas

13.1. Rajas

13.2. Tamas

13.3. Sattva

13.4. All beings

13.5. purpose

13.5.1. encourage

13.6. Yoga and Gunas

14. hatha Yoga

14.1. Yogi Swatmarama

14.2. physical purification

14.3. Ha Tha

14.3.1. Pairs of opposits

14.3.1.1. 1st physical

14.4. Many bennifits

14.4.1. mental

14.4.2. physical

14.4.3. religious

14.5. Objective

14.6. Asanas

14.6.1. objective

14.7. Pranayama

15. Famous Books

15.1. Sutra

15.2. Savitri

15.3. The Bhagavad Gita

15.4. Hatha Yoga

16. Bibliography