Patanjali yoga patanjali medicine

patanjali, 8 April 2010 10:12  this question feed

Patanjali yoga seems to be very popular these days, can I get more information on patanjali yoga?

More: Patanjali, Yoga
Ask Question? | Related Questions

Ayurvedic Medicine

Not only today but from ancient times Patanjali yoga has been in Indian text like Vedas, Upanishad, Geeta and Puranas. Yoga is a very important word in the Indian philosophy. According to Maharishi Patanjali propagator of Yoga philosophy control on senses is known as yoga. Internal mind is known as chitta. sound, beauty, ras, smell and touch related thinking waves continuously haunt the internal mind or a situation of desire, anger, attachment, greed, fear, jealousy etc. remains . this situation of desires & thinking waves is known as vriti. When these sound related waves and desire related situations contradict that is they stop occurring then this situation of internal mind is known as Patanjali yoga.

Maharishi Patanjali while explaining Ashtaang Yoga containing Yam Niyam Asana Pranayaam, pratyahaar, dahrna, dhyan, Samadhi

posted by YogaGuru on 8 April 2010

Post a Question Or Reply

Related Questions

Weekly pranayam and yoga

asked by krishanu on 23 August 2016
Namaskar, I am having a busy schedule. So doing pranayam and yoga on same day is not possible... Read More

Slip disc advice and yoga

asked by harsh1 on 11 August 2012
namaskar sir sir i suffered from slip disc(sciatica pain)two three months back now improved a... Read More

After caresen when I can start yoga

asked by Harshi on 29 August 2016
Hi, Iam harshita from Delhi , my age is 32ys old, I want to reduce weight after Cesarean , when... Read More
1 reply  -  Weight

Yoga for stomach problems

asked by sati on 7 April 2010
Is there any yoga asanas for stomach related problems? is there any pranayama and yoga... Read More

Latest replies | Popular questions popular questions | Contact us

Disclaimer - Information on this website is for informational purpose only and not meant to substitute for the advice provided by your own physician or other medical professional. We assume no liability and expressly disclaims any responsibility for individuals health condition.