raja yoga

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raja yoga

(ˈrɑːdʒə)
n
(Alternative Belief Systems) (sometimes capitals) a form of yoga chiefly concerned with controlling and using the energy of the mind by meditation. Compare hatha yoga
[C19: from Sanskrit rājan king + yoga]
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Rajyogi B K Amirchand, Vice Chairman of Brahma Kumaris Social Service Wing in his key note address said that since ancient civilization of Bharat was peaceful, pure, prosperous and golden aged, the same golden aged society can be re-established with the universal practice and applications of spiritual wisdom, raja-yoga meditation, simple, positive and healthy lifestyle.
(3,4) In this study Relaxation technique of Raja-Yoga Meditation is studied to determine its effects on Respiratory functions and cardio vascular parameters.
The study was conducted on meditators (50 subjects) who were practicing Raja-Yoga for more than 6 months at Brahma Kumari Centre and Non-meditators (50 Subjects) who had never done any kind of meditation.
Al llegar a este estado, gracias al raja-yoga brotan las siddhis, tales como an ima, etcetera.
Comprehensively exploring the theoretics and ideologies of progressive introspection, and through Yoga, the finding of one's inner-most self, The Four Yogas recognizes the both the artistic and the philosophical approach to Yoga and provides readers with a plethora of informative commentaries drawn from Karma Yoga, Bhakti-Yoga, Raja-Yoga, and Jnana-Yoga.