Bhakti Yoga is practice of development of love and devotion to God. It is inward, spiritual practice. Is not about stretching in physical yoga asanas. The practice of devotion or Bhakti yoga is very very important part in the spiritual path. As the great Swami Sri Yukteswar said “Without love and devotion you can not set even one foot in front of the other in this path…”
The great ancient exponent of raja yoga Patanjali, more than 2000 years ago wrote in His so called “Patanjali Yoga Sutras” that the path of spiritual enlightenment and perfection embraces eight stages. This path is known as ashtanga yoga or (eight limbed path) or the (eight fold path).
This teaching is scientific and universal. Just as the law of cause and effect or the law of gravity affects everyone in the world equally, so these teachings describe the steps every devotee must go through no matter his nationality, religion, creed, race or belief.
Many people explain these the wrong way, but here is the exact explanation about them of the great yoga master Paramhansa Yogananda
The 8 stages are;
Hi everyone, this is Ramananda, today I will talk about what is true yoga, and what exactly yoga is all about, but before we start I would like to read a prayer from Whispers from eternity:
O Holy Vibration, boom on the shores of my soul. Break the limiting boundary of my consciousness in the body. Reverberate through my body, mind, soul, my surroundings, the cities, the earth, the planets, the universe, and every particle of creation. Unite my consciousness with cosmic consciousness.
Hi everyone this is Ramananda again, in the last video weve talked about the introduction of what true yoga is, and about the 3 main philosophies which are the core foundation of Sanathan Dharma or the eternal religion Shankya, Yoga and Vedanta, which every serious yogi must understand if he wants to enter the eternal kingdom of bliss, fi you still haven’t watched this video I encourage you to do it, just click it here on the screen or look for it in the description below.