- but is it really bad for you?
and mirrored walls are replacing the weights and cardio rooms, as Yoga
becomes a mainstream fitness option.... Others are opting for high-end Yoga and meditation
- USA Today, 24 June 2004.
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Yoga is Powerful
The History & Power of Yoga
Yoga Is Powerful (ISBN 0954359615).
Yoga and meditation have gained immense popularity in the
West. Many people taking Yoga say that it helps to release tension,
stress, and anxieties, because it gives people the inspiration and tools
they need to take care of their bodies and minds.
has been called the “highest path to God-realization”. It comprises many different approaches and schools.
Indeed there are several varieties,
or schools of yoga practiced in the West today. Most, if not all, of
these are variations of traditional yoga disciplines, which are based
on eastern mystical principles.
Yoga Definition: The term yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word 'yog' which means yoke up or to enter into union with. Yoga is an an occult tool or method with the spiritual purpose of joining the individual's self with the Universal Self, Soul as called the Atman, or Sanat Kumara...
Although most Western
practitioners are not told this or made aware of it Yoga is a method
joining the individual self with the Divine, the 'Universal Spirit,'
or Cosmic Consciousness. The physical and mental exercises are merely
designed as a mechanism to offer
a set of disciplines or procedures to help the yogi remain focused on
achieving this occult goal, called self-transcendence, 'karmic
enlightenment,' or immortality. This work is supposed to be achieved
through the power of the 'transcended Masters' or higher reincarnated
beings. The physical yoga postures, called asanas, are designed release
the occult energy called chi, or qui (ki), which has a mind altering
Despite is popularity amongst all
walks of live and the health professionals, the power of Yoga remains
one of the mysteries in life that boggle the mind. How does it work? Or
does it work? Or is it all hocus-pocus?
What is the energy, or power behind yoga and meditation? And not least,
are there any foundations in the claims that have recently been made
about Yoga being bad for you?
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