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Philosophy is made by two Unani words: Philos = love, Sophia = knowledge Love to knowledge According to western philosophy love knowledge emotively. In Hindi language Philosophy = Darshan

In Indian philosophy says Darshan means watching. If you watch something you give complete attention to that seen. You give 
A. Working 
B. Knowledge 
C. Emotionally 
That is Indian darshan.

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Knowledge makes us pure, positive, loving, healthy, stable, peaceful, cheerful. All the journey of life is for knowledge. Knowledge of GOD. Knowledge of NATURE. Knowledge is the biggest power of human beings. The body has limited power.The intellectual mind is much more powerful than the mind.Philosophy opens your internal eye. Philosophy also helps you in your daily life in your relationship. Philosophy gives a big vision of life. Change the attitude of life.

Philosophy Of Yoga

योगाङ्गानुष्ठानात् अशुद्धिक्षये ज्ञानदीप्तिरा विवकेख्यातेः।

The loss of inaccuracy through the practice of various organs of yoga leads to the emergence of spiritual light, which becomes a realization of truth. The light you are looking for is within you. So the search will be inward. This journey is not an outer destination, it is a journey of the inner world. What you are looking for is already within you. All you have to do is peel the onions, there is ignorance by layer and the diamond is hidden. In mud, diamonds are not manufactured. The diamond is present - only the layer of mud has to be removed. This is the basic thing to understand: the treasure is already in place. Maybe you don't have a key, the key is to find - not to treasure. This is the first thing, very basic because the whole process will depend on this understanding.

And when the impurity is erased, the light suddenly rises. It is not from outside. He comes, that is your inner power in your purity, in your innocence, in your virginity. One light is blessed in you. Everything becomes clear: a confused needle is lost, there is clarity of perception. Now you see the thing as it is: there is no projection, there is no imagination, there is no distortion of the truth. You see things as they are. Your eyes are pure and your inner being is silent. Nothing happens inside you, so you cannot launch. You become silent - silent observer, a witness and that is the purity of self-power.


Yoga has eight parts :

Yama :- It means giving direction to one's own life - not suppression of energies, but directions, giving them proper direction. Because you can live a life that moves in opposite directions, goes in many directions - then you will never reach anywhere. It is like a car whose driver goes a few miles north, then changes the mind, then a few miles west, then changes the mind, and goes on like He will die where he was born. He will never reach anywhere. He will never feel satisfied. You can walk many paths, but until you have no direction, you are walking in vain. You will only feel more hopeless, nothing else. Self-control means first thing, to give proper direction to your life-energy. Life-energy is limited if you use it in a mindless and direction less way, then you will not reach anywhere. Late - Abeer your energy will be lost and that emptiness will not be void of Buddha, it will be absolutely negative emptiness nothing inside, a hollow empty vessel. You will die before you die. But these limited energies that you have got from nature, from existence, from God or whatever you want to say, these limited energies can be used in such a way that they can be created by the infinite. If you move properly, if you move consciously, if you move consciously, gather all your energies and move in the same direction, then you are not a crowd but you become a person - this is Yama. Meaning is the meaning of self-restraint, the first meaning: to give life a direction. Self-restraint is the meaning. To be a little more iconic in the center. How can you be more focused? When you give direction to your life, immediately a center starts to form within you. The center is formed from the direction, then the center gives direction, and they extend to each other. As long as you are not self-restrained. The second thing is unlikely. That is why Patanjali calls it the first phase.

Rule :- The second step is 'rule'. It is said that the life in which there is discipline, an assured regulation: a life in which life is regularity, a life that is lived in a very disciplined manner, not disorderly. It is a regularity. But that too will make you look like slavery. So that regularity does not come in life, discipline does not come, till then you will remain a slave of your instincts and you can think that this is freedom, but you will remain a slave of your thoughts. This is not freedom. Even if you do not have a visible owner, but many of your unseen masters will be within you, and they will continue to rule over you. Only that. The man who has regularity, may someday own it.

Asana :- Asana means a relaxed posture. You become so light, you are so relaxed that there is no need to move the body. In that moment of rest, suddenly, you transcend the body. Asana occurs only to the person who lives a life of moderation, lives a life of regularity, only then the asana is possible. Then you can sit calm because the body knows that you are a person living in the discipline. If you want to sit, you will only sit nothing can be done against you. The body may say something. Gradually, it calms down. There is no one to listen to. You are always restless. The word 'Asan' itself means relaxation, a deep rest, and if you can do this, many more things will become possible for you.

Pranayam :- If the body is calm, then you can regulate your breathing, you are going deeper because habit is a bridge between body and mind. If you can regulate breathing, this is pranayama - then your mind becomes popular. Have you ever noticed that whenever the mind changes, the rhythm of breath changes immediately? If you reverse it - if you change the rhythm of breathing - the mind has to change immediately. When you are angry you cannot take slow breaths, otherwise anger will be lost. When you feel angry, your breathing becomes chaotic, becomes irregular, it loses all rhythm, becomes upset, restless. Then she does not remain a harmony. Pranayama is one of the most cherished discoveries of human consciousness. To reach the moon is nothing compared to Pranayama. It looks very exciting, but there is nothing in it. Because even if you reach the moon, what will you do there? You will remain the same and continue to do the same foolishness that you are doing here. Pranayam is an extravagance and you know that in the rhythm you are closest to home. And in which rhythm do you get away from yourself. Violent, orgasmic, angry, jealous you will find that you have become far away from yourself, in compassion in love, in prayer, in grace. You will find yourself much closer to home.

Pratyahar :- It is possible to return pratyahara after pranayama. Now you know the way - so you already know how to return the steps.

Assumption :- After Pratyahara, when you have started returning home when you start approaching your innermost center, you are at the door of your being. Pratyahar brings you near the door. Pranayama is a bridge from outside to inside. Pratyahara is the door, and then there is the possibility of perception, of concentration. Now you can concentrate your mind on one goal. Wearing you gave direction to your body, first you gave direction to your life-energy - now you give direction to your consciousness. Now consciousness cannot be allowed to wander anywhere and everywhere. Now he has to hit a target. This goal is concentration, Assumption: you put your consciousness at one point. When consciousness converges on a single point, thoughts are lost, because of thoughts. Only possible when your consciousness is constantly jumping and jumping like a monkey, then a lot of thoughts keep going and your whole heart gets filled with a crowd - a market. it happens. Now there is a possibility - after pratyahara, pranayama, there is a possibility that you can concentrate on the point.

Meditation :- When you can concentrate on one point, then there is the possibility of meditation. In perception, you concentrate your mind at one point. In meditation, you also leave that point. Now you become fully focused, do not move anywhere. Because to move means to move outward. An idea that came up during meditation is also out of you - no subject exists, you are not alone, there are two. Even till perception there are two - the subject and you. After perception, that subject also has to be dropped. All temples take you only to dharna. They cannot take you beyond this, because all temples have a subject for meditation: they have an idol of God for meditation. All temples take you to the assumption only. That is why, as much as any religion rises, temples and idols disappear. They should have disappeared. The temple should be absolutely zero, so that only you are there, no one else, no one else, no subject - pure self-realization. Do not meditate on anything, because if you are meditating on a subject, it is perception. Dharna means concentration on a subject. Meditation is meditation, no subject remains there, everything is missed, but you are awake. The subject has been missed, but you have not slept. Then there will be a deep sense, there will be no subject, you will be centered in yourself. The ego is completely lost in meditation, but a whine, a shadow-like phenomenon, just a feeling, is all around you - like the mist of dawn is enveloping you around.

Mausoleum :- There is a possibility in meditation still because of the identity of returning back to the world, because of that. The seed is still alive. It can erupt at any moment, so the journey is not over yet. When asmita also disappears, when you do not even care that you are - definitely you are. But there is no ripple that Mhow or Hoon - then samadhi occurs. Samadhi is encroachment, no one comes back from there. The trance point is to return. Nobody falls from here. The person in samadhi is God. This is the eight stages of yoga and also has eight parts. The organs are because they are so connected and so vibrantly related. There are stages because you have to go through them one by one, you cannot start from anywhere like this. You have to start with Yama. So Yama is a bridge between you and others live consciously, keep a relationship with people consciously. Then there are the other two, niyam and asana they are related to your body. Tisas Pranayama, he is also a bridge. The first is the 'Yama Setu' between you and others. The next two steps are a preparation for each other's bridge - your body is prepared by rules and postures - then there is a bridge of pranayama - between mind and soul. And there is samadhi. Ultimate achievement. They are interrelated and this is your whole life.

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  • Knowledge gives us freedom.
    Freedom from our fear. Fear of our future Knowledge also helps us to comes out from our past. Reduce the pain of the past. Knowledge gives us the courage to face present and prepare us to give 100% to the present.
  • Knowledge gives us the direction of life.
    Lord Krishna says in Geeta " senses are better than the physical body, the mind is better than senses, intergalactic is better than the mind, the soul is better than.
  • Philosophy gives the right way to live. 
    Philosophy says death is universal truth but death is coming to body not soul. The soul is immortal. So the way we are full of sorrow.
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    Do your work without any greed. Then your work becomes worship. Do work for society: do work for society because if society is happy then you will be happy. You are a part of society.
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