The true system of developing psychic and spiritual powers and union with one's higher self or the Ego. It involves the exercise, regulation, and concentration of thought.
(Sanskrit) "King of Yogas", spiritual science developed by Patanjali emphasizing regulation and control of the mind.
method of yoga emphasizing abhyasa vairagaya
The Yoga of Physical and Mental Control is considered the complete yoga because it focuses on controlling both the mind and body in order to attain enlightenment. The central practise of raja yoga is meditation and absolute mental control is the goal. Hatha yoga is the physical branch of the meditative science of raja yoga. While meditation teaches control of the mind, hatha teaches control of the body. Hatha uses asanas (postures), pranayama (control of breath), and relaxation to control the physical body and life force (prana). Within hatha yoga, there are many styles or types of physical yoga, such as ananda, ashtanga, bikram, integral, iyengar, kripalu, kundalini, sivananda, and viniyoga.
the meditation techniques that train attention to become progressively aware of the content of its vehicles, the attentional principle, the spirit, and the overshadowing ensouling entity. The more advanced practice of Raja Yoga, direct projection, which is taught in the Mudrashram® Master Course in Meditation, trains the attentional principle to leave the body focus, to travel through the inner realms, and to unite with the Soul.
The path of achieving God-realization by following eight steps of spiritual practice (described by Sage Patanjali): Yama Abstinence from vices Niyama Observance of purity, contentment and penance Asana Posture suitable for meditation Pranayam Regulation of breath and control of the body's vital energies Pratyahar Withdrawal of the sense organs from the sense objects Dharna Fixing the mind on any object Dhyan Meditation Samadhi The super-conscious state – the ultimate state of meditation
The royal yoga. The path of mind control, meditation and yogic psychology. One of the four main paths of Yoga.
A disipline that uses psycho-physical means--i.e., meditation--to achieve moksha. A person learns to control the functions and activity of their own body and the mind so that they can use the mind to concentrate exclusively on the Ultimate Reality.
The "royal" or highest path to god-union. It teaches scientific meditation as the ultimate means for realizing God, and includes the highest essentials from all other forms of Yoga. Raja Yoga teachings outline a way of life leading to perfect unfoldment in body, mind, and soul, based on the foundation of Kriya Yoga.
Raj Yoga Path of self-control and meditation to realise God.
Literally the "royal yoga," raja yoga is the path of meditation. It is the spiritual path by which one attains union with the Absolute through control of internal and external forces.
Means, “royal yoga.” A name given to the systematic application of the practices contained in the eight limbs of yoga described in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
the royal yoga of meditation; the system of yoga propounded by Patanjali Maharshi
is the 'Royal Yoga', the system of concentration and meditation based on ethical discipline.
The "royal" discipline of meditation.
The supreme yoga: union through concentration of mind
a scientific path of Yoga that emphasizes postures, breath control, and meditation to calm the mind and senses.
The spiritual exercises based on the Yoga system of philosophy, ascribed to Patanjali, is one of the six systems of orthodox Hindu philosophy, that deals with the realization of Brahman through the control of mind. See Yoga.
Lit., "Royal Yoga". It is the path of meditation there by one attains union with the absolute through control of internal and external forces (the mind).
True system of developing psychic and spiritual powers and union with the soul. It involves the exercise, regulation and concentration of thought. It is the "kingly science" and supercedes hatha and bhakti yoga. (see also Yoga)
The kingly yoga leading to the sovereign transcendence of all life. Yoga of Patanjali is devoted to control of the mind which is the sovereign in the human system. This is to utilise the sovereign principle-the primal Divine Mind or Kshobh or Pranasya Prana for the controlling of the individual mind that leads one to liberation from prakrutic movements.
yoga in which union is achieved through concentration of mind
integral or royal path of Patanjali.
Final stage of yoga; one remains ever centered within their self
The path of physical and mental control.
in Sanskrit, Raj means "royal;" as a Hindu yoga, it is "the path to God through psychophysical exercises." As a meditative process, it involves intense concentration and physical discipline as one proceeds through the levels of physical body, conscious thought, unconscious mind, finally to encounter the depth of Being itself.
Raja Yoga (lit. Royal Yoga) is the system of yoga outlined by Patanjali in his Yoga Sutras. It is also sometimes referred to as Ashtanga (eight-limbed) yoga because there are eight aspects to the path to which one must attend.
Raja Yoga is a book by Swami Vivekananda about the path of Raja Yoga. It is one of the most well-known books by Vivekananda, who also wrote books on Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Jnana Yoga.