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Jnana yoga
06-02-2014, 08:08 PM
Post: #11
RE: Jnana yoga
In a way, it can be said that Jesus Christ was a perfect jnana-yogi, a perfect bakti-yogi and a perfect karma-yogi. Heart
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06-06-2014, 12:45 PM
Post: #12
RE: Jnana yoga
Jnana yoga is a full time yoga form's for which one really practicing.
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24-06-2014, 04:51 AM
Post: #13
RE: Jnana yoga
This is a very strange thread, I must say.
Perhaps You are coming from the position that, if I am not mistaken, Lao-Tse described in words "everything You've learned about Truth turns to be false once You get to know the Truth".
But nonetheless, even Bhagavad Gita, which You mention here, points to the fact that Yoga is a gradual process of evolution. Only after long explanations and their assimilation by Arjuna, Krishna reveals to him His Ultimate Nature.

You say You would like a dialogue, yet from what I see, when people were commenting and sharing with You their perspective, You turned this into something that reminds me the situation from the clip below Wink



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11-07-2014, 01:23 PM
Post: #14
RE: Jnana yoga
Who said anything about learning the Truth?I said about Jnana yoga practice which is to be the Truth and constantly discriminate between what Is and what is not .It's a full time yoga practice .It's simple...for those who practice and not for those who think this practice. Sorry!
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13-01-2015, 02:45 PM
Post: #15
RE: Jnana yoga
What must be understood for anyone who wants to approach jnana yoga is that it can be approached only from the position of theTruth revelation in our being. Therefore any attempt to jnana yoga practice is nonsense before receiving illumination of the Truth. Idea
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06-05-2015, 09:25 PM
Post: #16
RE: Jnana yoga
(13-01-2015 02:45 PM)avyakta01 Wrote:  What must be understood for anyone who wants to approach jnana yoga is that it can be approached only from the position of theTruth revelation in our being. Therefore any attempt to jnana yoga practice is nonsense before receiving illumination of the Truth. Idea

this is where i think there is a problem in your logic, brother.
as i understand what you say - jnana yoga is about being the Truth, and one can practice it only after revealing the Truth. and it is not something gradual - you either are the Truth or you are not.
this point of view implies that the Truth is a binary state: Truth/non-truth. that it is a static state. my experience with the truth however is rather different, brother.
My experience is that Truth is a direction, a vector, an aspiration, not just a place you arrive to.
It is a wish to always understand and know things more deep, fom a higher and higher perspective. Truth is a dynamic state, of always questioning, going deeper, of continuous transformation, continuous awakening.
this is my ecperience any way, do you have a different one?
with love,
John
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07-05-2015, 04:23 AM
Post: #17
RE: Jnana yoga
With all due respect to everyone, I must agree with what John has stated above. Until one has wholly unified with the Divine, one could not possess an absolute and complete understanding of all truth. As we progress upwards along higher levels of consciousness our understanding expands and heightens, and continues to do so as we approach whole unification. As John has stated, the evolutionary process we undergo is one of continual learning and unfolding. Lastly, let us not forget that the system of Yoga is but one of many for alchemical transmutation of our lower Selves and ultimate ascension. Therefore, I do not feel it is necessary for us to argue over which branch of Yoga is optimal or argue over whom each branch may be practiced by.

Denton Coleman is the founder of Satori Institute which is an online holistic health and wellness academy.
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17-06-2015, 07:38 PM
Post: #18
RE: Jnana yoga
(06-05-2015 09:25 PM)John Wrote:  
(13-01-2015 02:45 PM)avyakta01 Wrote:  What must be understood for anyone who wants to approach jnana yoga is that it can be approached only from the position of theTruth revelation in our being. Therefore any attempt to jnana yoga practice is nonsense before receiving illumination of the Truth. Idea

this is where i think there is a problem in your logic, brother.
as i understand what you say - jnana yoga is about being the Truth, and one can practice it only after revealing the Truth. and it is not something gradual - you either are the Truth or you are not.
this point of view implies that the Truth is a binary state: Truth/non-truth. that it is a static state. my experience with the truth however is rather different, brother.
My experience is that Truth is a direction, a vector, an aspiration, not just a place you arrive to.
It is a wish to always understand and know things more deep, fom a higher and higher perspective. Truth is a dynamic state, of always questioning, going deeper, of continuous transformation, continuous awakening.
this is my ecperience any way, do you have a different one?
with love,
John
The truth can’t be a binary state. In fact, He is unique, and inside of Him are contained everything and all. Before could say something about Truth ask yourself if you got the enlightenment of the Truth. How can you talk about something you don't know? You speak about experience ... but only spiritual experience is enlightenment of the truth ... With love Heart
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17-06-2015, 08:26 PM
Post: #19
RE: Jnana yoga
(07-05-2015 04:23 AM)Satori33 Wrote:  Until one has wholly unified with the Divine, one could not possess an absolute and complete understanding of all truth. As we progress upwards along higher levels of consciousness our understanding expands and heightens, and continues to do so as we approach whole unification.

You're right. With one comment... Before expand your conscience you need revealing its ... Have you been revealed your own conscience? Huh
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12-12-2015, 03:19 PM
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Accentuating that is the relationship between Jnana and Bhakti, Ramana Maharshi says in his book " Self’s sarch": "eternal state, constant and natural, which is to remain alwais in your Self, is called Jnana. But to remain in your Self must love Self. God being Self, love Self is equals love God. Only this love is Bhakti. Jnana and Bhakti are therefore one and the same thing."
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