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Vedic Yoga

The word yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word "yuj" which means, "to unite," It is related to the English word "yoke". At its core, yoga means union; the union of body, mind, and soul; the union of ego and spirit; the union of Jeevatma and Paramatma.

Acharya Krishnavarma has contributed “VEDIC YOGA”, which aims at complete cleansing of body, mind & soul.

origin is from Atharvana Veda which stress on different paths to experience moksha. 

They are:-
• Jnana yoga- through knowledge.
• Bhakti yoga-through faith.
• Karma yoga- through action.
• Raja yoga- through being divine.

Of this Vedic yoga comes under Jnana yoga.

Mind, a wandering traveller has its abode in the seven chakras, the energy centres of our body. The main concept is that if the body, mind & soul is impure, then positive energy cannot enter the chakras. We can cleanse them by performing yogic procedures for shareerasuddhi, prayer & breathing exercises for Manosuddhi, & experiencing silence or meditation for Atmasuddhi.

No one can open the door to the path of divine without cleansing one’s body, mind & soul. Vedic yoga basic principle deals with this concept of Shareerashuddhi, Manoshuddhi & Atmashuddhi. It’s a method to enjoy the bliss of purity & enlightenment. Its listening to the sound of divine- SILENCE inside you.

Shreevarma is a place where beauty in life is nurtured & transformation happens naturally. It is a womb for a new human to be born, who is free to love, to share, to accept, to respond & enjoy to live in the PRESENT.

WE ARE HERE TO CREATE MASTERS & NOT DEVOTEES.

MASTERS WHO CAN GUIDE OTHERS TO BECOME MASTERS.

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