Although many people think this term refers to union between body and mind or body, mind and spirit, the traditional acceptance is union between the Jivatman and Paramatman that is between one's individual consciousness and the Universal Consciousness.
Therefore Yoga refers to a certain state of consciousness as well as to methods that help one reach that goal or state of union with the divine.
Yoga is more than just a physical discipline. It is a way of life a rich philosophical path. And the yamas (restraints) and niyamas (observances) are ten good common sense guidelines for leading a healthier, happier life for bringing spiritual awareness into a social context. They are for you to think about and ponder over with a rational mind, because yoga is not about mindlessly accepting externally imposed rules it is about finding the truth for yourself and 'connecting' with it.
Elements of Yoga
The union in the elements causes us to become confused from time to time when perceiving which is being used. To use force we need the fire element but this charge follows the ether element.
Since early ages, India had been regarded as a holy place, a place of god, a place of Sanatan culture.Also, time to time here happened to be many rishi-munis who worked their best for the welfare of the people and for development of this culture. They provided their knowledge such as jyotish, sangeet, vaastu, ayurveda, etc. in different written forms as granths and all.
Despite of it being provided since then, we have not been able to draw much benefit from it, reason being our unawareness about it.
So now in order to make this knowledge reachable to every single person in every corner of the world, by making use of latest technique this web site www.nirwankutiasabha.org has been compiled instead of publishing just another book about it. This has been done by the inspiration of those rishi-munis and by the grace of god and those precious facts are provided here absolutely free of cost.
Hope it will prove beneficial for you..........darshan