Integral Yoga Philosophy

Integral Yoga Philosophy

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Integral Yoga Philosophy
  • Sri Swami Satchidananda

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    Satchidananda Ashram–Yogaville was founded by Sri Swami Satchidananda (Sri Gurudev), an esteemed spiritual leader whose message of peace has been heard around the globe. Honored with the Albert Schweitzer Humanitarian Award, Sri Gurudev dedicated his life to the caus...

  • Raja Yoga
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    Raja Yoga

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    The Path of concentration and meditation:
    Balancing and controlling the mind utilizing the eight limbs of Yoga delineated in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. This leads ultimately to the state of samadhi, or super-consciousness.

  • Bhakti Yoga

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    The path of love and devotion:
    Through prayer, kirtan, puja, and practices that help transcend the limited personality or ego, one attains union with the Divine.

  • Jnana Yoga

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    The path of wisdom:
    With study, self-analysis, and awareness, one ceases to identify with the body and mind, and realizes the Oneness. The path of wisdom takes an analytical approach to the question: “Who am I?”

  • Health and Wellness

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  • Karma Yoga

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    The path of selfless service:
    By engaging in one’s duties without attachment to the fruits (or results) of the action, one becomes a pure channel of love and service.

  • Japa Yoga

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    The practice of mantra repetition:
    The concentrated repetition of a mantra (a sound vibration representing an aspect of the Divine) leads to an awareness of and attunement to this cosmic vibration.