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Factors of learning Yoga

Practice is a repetition of doing an activity in order to learn and perfect that activity. Learning has a system or discipline. The individual should follow sravana, manana and nidhidhyasana in every stage of learning.

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  1. Section 1 Introduction

    1. Practice is a repetition of doing an activity in order to learn and perfect that activity. One makes it a habit to practice. Habit is an unconscious inclination to act in a particular way.

  2. Section 2 Rishis

    1. There are many prayers. We should select the right prayer for our well being. Our Rishis taught this prayer to us.

    2. This heaven is a place where every individual is free from all types of diseases; free of all sorts of disabilities, pains, and sorrows.

  3. Section 3 Fields of Learning

    1. Every yoga practitioner should observe the three factors of learning to acquire the total knowledge of yoga.

    2. The well designed system of learning in the ancient Bharatavarsha starts with the three disciplines.

    3. In shravana, you will contemplate on the information you received through the sense organs.

    4. In manana, everything becomes crystal clear; no more doubts.

    5. Nidhidhyasana is the right form of meditation for the sake of direct vision of the object.

    6. The purpose of sravana, manana and nidhidhyasana - hearing, reflection and meditation is to remove the obstacles which are in the form of doubts and wrong notions that stand in the way of the true understanding of the object.