Jnana Yoga Benefits
Jnana yoga is not a new fangled concept in the world of yoga. You can trace down the existence of this practice to the Vedic ages and the age of Bhagavad Gita.
Hindu Lord Shri Krishna is believed to be the pioneering proponent of jnana yoga in the ancient age. However, the same practice has been modified and altered with the passing ages. Nevertheless, the flavor and the objective of this yoga have not faded over time and jnana yoga is still considered to be the path toward enlightenment.
Practicing Jnana Yoga:
* First and foremost read the Hindu ancient holy texts like the Vedas, Bhagavad Gita.
* “I am” should be your mantra for chanting.
* Focus on “I”.
* Next form all sentences that come to your mind when you say I.
* Now leave “I” behind and fight your ego to get hold of your focus away from I.
* Meditate and breathe deep.
* Discuss with your guru
Benefits of Jnana Yoga
Jnana yoga is awareness, not realization.
Jnana Yoga is the understanding of the laws of existence and the awareness of a means to synchronize with them.
In Jnana Yoga one ceases to be attached to forms of expression and becomes drawn to the essence, the process of insight.