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Raja Yoga “King of all Yoga types”, also known as royal path of meditation/ ashtanga yoga/ the eightfold path, or the eight “limbs”.
Meditation, you can do the meditation only if you have a pure heart. You can’t cheat to yourself.
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In Sanskrit Raja means “king”
So Raja yoga is considered as the king of all yoga types. A king controls his kingdom so as we can control our minds. Raja Yoga teaches us that through some psychological control we can improve our mental powers/strength. Most of the times we take Yoga as physical exercise but Raja Yoga is not a physical exercise but it is a very easy mental exercise. Mantras are not required in this. It directly connects to our mind and soul. Every Yogi must needs to know the types of yoga to get the expected results.
It demands all your impurities to be cleansed first and then only you can proceed further.
Light has great importance for our spiritual contact. By touching our body it cleans all the impurities from our soul. When a sun-glass gets light from the sun then it burns everything which comes underneath it. So if you have faith in God and connected your heart with, then the same light from the God purifies your soul and removes all your shortcomings with this light. This light gives us great energy, real love and maximum comfort.
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