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Yoga begins and ends with ethics. Ethical behaviour is essential for developing harmony within oneself and with others, and yoga offers a systematic ethical and spiritual path of consciousness transformation. Patanjali described yoga into eight interconnected limbs that led progressively to higher stages of health and awareness. Ethical restrain , not harming, truthfulness, not stealing,Self restrain, cleanliness of mind and body, contententPosture: cultivation of profound physical steadiness Breath control: to control and channel life force (Prana)in the breath.Sensory inhibition: Withdrawal of the senses from the external world into the interior self.Concentration : locking attention on a single objectMeditation: Profound state of quite and relaxationEcstasy: Transcending state of integration with the infinite. (Cameron, 2004)


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