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History of Yoga - A Complete Overview of the Yoga History
Written by: shaynebance

The saying, "What's in the past, should stay in the past" - doesn't work here.

We might already have an idea of what Yoga is but to understand it better, we have to know what it has become as well as its roots
and beginnings. A quick look at the history of Yoga will help us appreciate its rich tradition and who knows, it might help us
incorporate Yoga into our lives.

Although Yoga is said to be as old as civilization, there is no physical evidence to support this claim. Earliest archaeological evidence
of Yoga's existence could be found in stone seals which depict figures of Yoga Poses. The stone seals place Yoga's existence around
3000 B.C.

Scholars, however, have a reason to believe that Yoga existed long before that and traced its beginnings in Stone Age Shamanism.
Both Shamanism and Yoga have similar characteristics particularly in their efforts to improve the human condition at that time. Also,
they aim to heal community members and the practitioners act as religious mediators. Though we know Yoga as focusing more on
the self, it started out as community-oriented before it turned inward.

For a better discussion of the history of Yoga, we could divide it into four periods: the Vedic Period, Pre-Classical Period, Classical
Period, and Post-Classical Period.


Vedic Period

The existence of the Vedas marks this period. The Vedas is the sacred scripture of Brahmanism that is the basis of modern-day
Hinduism. It is a collection of hymns which praise a divine power. The Vedas contains the oldest known Yogic teachings and as such,
teachings found in the Vedas are called Vedic Yoga. This is characterized by rituals and ceremonies that strive to surpass the
limitations of the mind.

During this time, the Vedic people relied on rishis or dedicated Vedic Yogis to teach them how to live in divine harmony. Rishis were
also gifted with the ability to see the ultimate reality through their intensive spiritual practice. It was also during this time that Yogis
living in seclusion (in forests) were recorded.





Pre-Classical Yoga

The creation of the Upanishads marks the Pre-Classical Yoga. The 200 scriptures of the Upanishads (the conclusion of the revealed
literature) describe the inner vision of reality resulting from devotion to Brahman. These explain three subjects: the ultimate reality
(Brahman), the transcendental self (atman), and the relationship between the two. The Upanishads further explain the teachings of the
Vedas.

Yoga shares some characteristics not only with Hinduism but also with Buddhism that we can trace in its history. During the sixth
century B.C., Buddha started teaching Buddhism, which stresses the importance of Meditation and the practice of physical postures.
Siddharta Gautama, the first Buddhist to study Yoga, achieved enlightenment at the age of 35.

Later, around 500" class="related_products_container" B.C., the Bhagavad-Gita or Lord's Song was created and this is currently the
oldest known Yoga scripture. It is devoted entirely to Yoga and has confirmed that it has been an old practice for some time. However,
it doesn't point to a specific time wherein Yoga could have started. The central point to the Gita is that - to be alive means to be active
and in order to avoid difficulties in our lives and in others, our actions have to benign and have to exceed our egos.

Just as the Upanishads further the Vedas, the Gita builds on and incorporates the doctrines found in the Upanishads. In the Gita, three
facets must be brought together in our lifestyle: Bhakti or loving devotion, Jnana which is knowledge or contemplation, and Karma
which is about selfless actions. The Gita then tried to unify Bhakti Yoga, Jnana Yoga, and Karma Yoga and it is because of this that it
has gained importance. The Gita was a conversation between Prince Arjuna and God-man Krishna and it basically stresses the
importance of opposing evil.


Classical Period

The Classical Period is marked by another creation - the Yoga Sutra. Written by Patanjali around the second century, it was an attempt
to define and standardize Classical Yoga. It is composed of 195 aphorisms or sutras (from the Sanskrit word which means thread)
that expound upon the Raja Yoga and its underlying principle, Patanjali's Eightfold path of Yoga (also called Eight Limbs of Classical
Yoga). These are:


1.Yama, which means social restraints or ethical values;
2.Niyama, which is personal observance of purity, tolerance, and study;
3.Asanas or physical exercises;
4.Pranayama, which means breath control or regulation;
5.Pratyahara or sense withdrawal in preparation for Meditation;
6.Dharana, which is about concentration;
7.Dhyana, which means Meditation; and
8.Samadhi, which means ecstasy.
Patanjali believed that each individual is a composite of matter (prakriti) and spirit (purusha). He further believed that the two must be
separated in order to cleanse the spirit - a stark contrast to Vedic and Pre-Classical Yoga that signify the union of body and spirit.

Patanjali's concept was dominant for some centuries that some Yogis focused exclusively on Meditation and neglected their Asanas.
It was only later that the belief of the body as a temple was rekindled and attention to the importance of the Asana was revived. This
time, Yogis attempted to use Yoga techniques to change the body and make it immortal.


Post-Classical Yoga

At this point, we see a proliferation of literature as well as the practice of Yoga. Post-classical Yoga differs from the first three since
its focus is more on the present. It no longer strives to liberate a person from reality but rather teaches one to accept it and live at the
moment.

Yoga was introduced in the West during the early 19th century. It was first studied as part of Eastern Philosophy and began as a
movement for health and vegetarianism around the 1930's. By the 1960's, there was an influx of Indian teachers who expounded on
Yoga. One of them was Maharishi Mahesh, the Yogi who popularized Transcendental Meditation. Another one is a prominent Yoga
Guru Swami Sivananda. Sivananda was a doctor in Malaysia and he later opened schools in America and Europe. The most prominent
of his works is his modified Five Principles of Yoga which are:



1.Savasana or proper relaxation;
2.Asanas or proper exercise;
3.Pranayama or proper breathing;
4.Proper diet; and
5.Dhyana or positive thinking and Meditation
Sivananda wrote more than 200 books on Yoga and Philosophy and had many disciples who furthered Yoga. Some of them were
Swami Satchitananda who introduced chanting and Yoga to Woodstock; Swami Sivananada Radha who explored the connection
between psychology and Yoga, and Yogi Bhajan who started teaching Kundalini Yoga in the 70's.


Up to this day, Yoga continues to proliferate and spread its teachings, crossing the boundaries of culture and language.

Yoga Myths
Written by: dreamerneon

The word Yoga evokes images of tranquil scenes, colorful Yoga Mats and slim people bending and curling their fit bodies into
complicated positions to achieve inner peace and serenity amidst the bustle of everyday life. However, the yogic practice cannot be
squeezed into a singular definition. A lot of people think they know what Yoga is all about, but they see only the surface of this ancient
meditative art. Yoga does not merely revolve around twisting one's body into an intricate pretzel. To understand the truth behind the
practice, one must delve deeper and shed light on some Yoga Myths.

Yoga is just an exercise.
Yoga is not merely an exercise to make one's body fit; this is one of the most widespread misconceptions. Beyond its obvious
physical aspect, Yoga is first and foremost a spiritual act with the primary goal of uniting the body, mind, and emotions.

Yoga is an expensive activity.
Being primarily a spiritual exercise, genuine Yoga teachers who focus on the spiritual teachings of this art accept donations but do
not charge fixed amounts for their services. Also, there are a lot of Yoga centers and studios nowadays that offer lessons that will not
leave a hole in your pocket.

Compared to other activities, Yoga does not require a lot of gear and equipment. If you have a Yoga Mat, you can start practicing Yoga.

Yoga can be taught by anyone.
Just because a person can bend like a piece of licorice or perform Yoga Poses does not mean that it automatically gives him or her
the right to teach Yoga. Training and practice for several years are necessary before one can call oneself a genuine Yoga teacher. The
training must focus intensely on the spiritual growth and maturity of the person, so he or she will be able to teach Yoga in the way it
was meant to be taught - as a union between the body, mind, and spirit - and not merely as an exercise.

Yoga will give its practitioner extremely sophisticated physical prowess.
While it is true that lifelong practice of Yoga may lead a person to achieve superior flexibility (such as very advanced yogi), this does
not hold true for everyone. Yoga is not a miracle activity which would automatically bestow its students the gift of physical litheness.
One must always remember that besides the most popular yogic positions and postures that we associate with the art of Yoga, its
principal goal is to unite the body, mind, and spirit to achieve true personal and universal enlightenment.


Yoga Myths or mistaken beliefs can lead you away from what is true about Yoga. Seek the help of a certified Yoga instructor and
practice regularly to have a deeper understanding of this five thousand year old activity.
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