It is the power of the shining self which is the attainment of the Yogi and for this Yogi, the career or employment will not be dependent on the outer world. It will be the power of the self which will become so rewarding that the career will not be an issue, it will be self made smooth sail and not an uphill task of endless search of one greener pasture after the other. It will be what in contemporary jargon we call as EMPOWERMENT! IT WILL BE THE STATE OF INDIA, NAY WORLD START UP!!
1.Nityānitya vastu viveka (ननतयदननतय वसतस नववपकरम) 2.Ihāmutrārtha phala bhoga virāga (इहदरसतदथर फल भोयगनवरदगरम) — 3.Śamādi ṣatka sampatti (शरदनद षटक समपतत)- the sixfold qualities, •Śama (control of the antahkarana) •Dama (the control of external sense organs). •Uparati (the cessation of these external organs so restrained, from the pursuit of objects other than that, or it may mean the abandonment of the prescribed works according to scriptural injunctions) •Titikṣa (the tolerating of tāpatraya). •Śraddhā(the faith in Guru and Vedas). •Samādhāna(the concentrating of the mind on God and Guru). 4.Mumukṣutva (रसरसकसतवरम)
Raja Yoga (The Classical Yoga- the all inclusive one) ਨਚਮ ਖਬਮਚਰਧ ਨਚਨਕਚ ਚੜਧ ਰਹਕ ਦਦਨ ਰਚਤ !!! लदलह रपरप लदल कक तजत दपखढह नतत लदल लदलह दपखन रल गई रल भह हय गई लदल
Bhakti Yoga ( The Heartfulness- the Emotional Intelligence) Bhakti is always the way through the Heart, the Bhaav, the Surrender , the Total, the Obedience “Kiv sachiara hoiai kiv kurai tute pal Hukum rajai chalna Nanak likhyia nal” Guru Nanak preaches that total surrender to the Supreme Lord is the only way to quieten the mind. “Gurprasad” He is realised by the divine grace of the true Guru.
Karma Yoga ( The ever happening action) The action that keeps you afloat, the Karma that has the buoyancy. Its classical shade is found in the Gita Updesh of: कररणयपवदतधकदरसतप रद फलपषस कददशन । रद कररफलहपतसभरढरदर तप सङयसतवकररनण ॥ (chapter 2, verse 47) ययगसथ: कसर करदरनण सहगह तयकतवद धनहजय । तसदयतसदयय: सरय भढतवद सरतवह ययग उचयतप ॥ (chapter 2, verse 48)
Hatha yoga generates usual heat and furore about yoga that is associated with the physical flutter and tapas essentially.
The integral yogi does not aspire for liberation for his soul. He only tries to liberate the parts of his being from falsehood. He turns himself into an instrument of Truth and works for the salvation of the rest of creation from falsehood too. He works so that Truth may descend and reign on earth. This in essence is the "Integral Yoga" of Sri Aurobindo.”
With this above elaborate detail about the true form of Yoga it becomes evident that Yoga may not be treated like an ordinary branch of knowledge application and mastery of which is going to place one suitably in the job market. Yoga is not BONDAGE, Yoga is LIBERATION – Liberation from any kind of quest which makes one dependent and not independent.
Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga, New Delhi
Department of Yoga Education Department of Yoga Philosophy Department of Yoga and Human Consciousness Department of Anatomy Department of Physiology Department of Allied Sciences Department of Languages And these teaching Departments are supported by the following departments: Department of Yoga Research Department of Communication and Documentation
And the courses offered by them are
•B.Sc. (Yoga Science) •Diploma in Yoga Science for Graduates •Certificate Course in Yoga for Special Interest Gruuops ( On Govt recommendation only & the oresent one is for para military Perssonel) •Certificate Course for Yogasanas •Certificate Course in Pranayama and Meditation •Certificate Course in Yoga Science for Wellness •Besides they provide •Yoga Therapy Programmes for outdoor patients •Preventive Health Care Units of Yoga in CGHS wellness centres in Delhi and NCR
KAIVALYADHAMA, LONAVLA Yoga. Naturopathy. Ayurveda Yoga for obesity Rejuvenation retreat for cancer patients The chronic cures retreat Bhagvadgita classes
S-VYASA UNIVERSITY •Dvision of Yoga and Humanities •Dvision of Yoga - Spirituality •Dvision of Yoga and Life Sciences •Dvision of Yoga and Physical Sciences •Dvision of Yoga and Management Studies
THE NEW INDIAN EXPRESS PM Modi's Push for Higher Education Sector, Yoga Teaching Published: 05th January 2016 05:16 AM At an event in Bangalore on Sunday, the Prime Minister had released three modules on Yoga education for BEd, MEd, and DEIEd (Diploma in Elementary Education) developed by the National Council of Teacher Education (NCTE) in Hindi. The NCTE is seriously working on bringing out specialised courses in Yoga education for Elementary, Secondary, Senior Secondary and University teacher education courses, including BEd(and MEd, in the near future. In educating oneself in Yoga, each student will go through theory, practical and internship phases. As there is a requirement of millions of Yoga teachers in the country, there is also a proposal to create yoga teachers as a cadre for each State and Union Territory. Here is why you should study in these top 7 yoga schools of India Here's a list that talks about the most famous yoga schools in the country and why you should get an admission in one of these.
Top 7 yoga schools of India IndiaToday.in New Delhi, June 19, 2015 | UPDATED 21:00 IST 1. "Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute: This institute is situated in Pune" 2. "Bihar School of Yoga: This institute was found in 1964 by Swami Satyananda Saraswati" 3. "Yoga Institute Mumbai: Found in 1918 by Shri Yogendraji, this yoga centre is ab" 4. "Ashtanga Institute: Ashtanga Institute is located in Mysore, Karnataka" 5. "Parmarth Niketan: If you are looking for a spiritual place to study Yoga Vidya," 6. "Krishnamach arya Yoga Mandiram: Krishnamcharya has not just disciples but a yoga" 7. "Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari: Found in 1959 by Swami Vishnudevananda, "
More than 30 universities have come up to provide education in Yoga whereas UGC has yet not introduced any such formal course and curriculum and nor has NET in Yoga education been introduced.
SWOT ANALYSIS OF YOGA AND WORK Strengths: •Emerging popularity •Setting trends •Age old established knowledge •India the abode of Yoga- trade mark of being Indian •Language gain ( original texts) •Understand the connotations
•Lop sided True color losing – ruthless fragmentation •Lack of good institutes •Lack of research •Underpaid •Disorganised •Corrupt standards •Nausikhia factor •Over confidence
Opportunities •Leadership •Innovation •Mass opportunities •World wide open •Receptive clientele
Threats •Compartmentalization •Over commercialization •Strength of character under threat •No filters for Sadhaks •No filters for teachers •Misuse of the name •Linguistic barriers