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The aim of yoga is the transformation of human beings from their natural form to a perfected form.The Yogic practices originated in the primordial depths of India's past.It is interpreted to mean the union of individual consciousness or 'Jiva-atman' with Parmatma - Universal Being or Over-Soul.It has been practiced since very early times in India and is supported by engraved seals discovered at Indus-Saraswati civilization.It is not only a good exercise technique to cure the ills of the body and to keep in good shape but it is also excellent for mental and spiritual health.Practiced from time immemorial, different techniques of yoga have evolved.The Philosophy of Yoga is called Raja Yoga, (the royal path), or Patanjala Yoga, referring to Patanjali, the reputed author of the Yogasutras, the basic Yoga manual.
Yet during all this time Hindu families continued, and still continue today, to venerate the selfsame Vishnu who is celebrated in the archaic hymns of the Rig Veda Yoga is an integral part of the Hindu religion.This silence is the prerequisite for the mind to be able to accurately reflect objective reality without its own subjective distortions.Yoga does not create this reality, which is above the mind, but only prepares the mind to apprehend it, by assisting in the transformation of the mind from an ordinary mind full of noise, like a whole army of frenzied and drunken monkeys to a still mind.It was the fruit of the highest intellectual and spiritual development. The earliest Vedic texts, the Brahmanas, bear witness to the existence of ascetic practices (tapas) and the vedic Samhitas contain some references, to ascetics, namely the Munis or Kesins and the Vratyas."Living souls are prisoners of the joys and woes of existence to liberate them from nature's magic the knowledge of the brahman is necessary.It is hard to acquire, this knowledge, but it is the only boat, to carry one over the river of Samsara A thousand are the paths that lead there, Yet it is one, in truth, knowledge, the supreme refuge!