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Hatha YogaHatha Yoga Teaches a Natural Mode of Living

Yogi does not have to get back to Nature, for he is already there, and has not been dazzled and befooled by the mad rush...

Hatha Yoga is that branch
of the Yoga Philosophy which deals with the physical body— its care— its well— being— its health— its strength- and all that tends to keep it in its natural and normal state of health.

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Raja YogaA Series of Lessons in Raja Yoga by Yogi Ramacharaka

The trained Will exhibits itself in a tenacious Attention, and this Attention is one of the signs of the trained Will...

As man advances
in development, his consciousness passes from the lower planes to the higher, and he becomes more and more aware of his higher nature. The spirit contains within it all potentialities, and...

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Gnani YogaA Series of Lessons in Gnani Yoga  by Yogi Ramacharaka

Each branch of Yoga is but a path leading toward the one end--unfoldment, development, and growth.

Every person who
wishes to develop by "knowing"--by studying the fundamental principles, and the wonderful truths underlying Life, follows the path of "Gnani Yoga."

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14 Lessons in Yogy Philosophy14 Lessons in Yogy Philosophy by Yogi Ramacharaka

Prana is not the Ego, but is merely a form of energy used by the Ego in its material manifestation...

This transfering of Prana under
the direction of the will is the underlying principle of thought transference, telepathy, etc. One may surround himself with an aura of Prana, colored with strong positive thought...

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Practice yoga for better health and joyful livingAn Introduction to Yoga by Annie Besant

Yoga is an applied  science, a systematized collection of laws applied to bring about  a definitive end.

Yoga takes up the laws of
psychology, applicable to the unfolding of the whole consciousness of man on every plane, in every world, and applies those rationally in a particular case.

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The Hindu Yogi Science of BreathThe Hindu-Yogi Science of Breath by Yogi Ramacharaka

Life is absolutely dependent upon the act of breathing. "Breath is Life."

Breathing may be considered the most important of all of the functions of the body, for, indeed, all the other functions depend upon it. Man may exist some time without eating; a shorter time without...

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