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ISSN: 2456-4419, Impact Factor: RJIF 5.18

International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences

2019, Vol. 4 Issue 2, Part D

Review study of obstacles in the path of yoga: Yog Pratibandhakar Bhav

AUTHOR(S): Dr. Jain Rekha and Dr. Diwakar Abhinav
ABSTRACT:
Yoga is science which combat the obstacles of mind. In era of disease, no one healthy, everybody is sick either physical or mental, Need yoga practice for going to healthy. In past time, yoga primary aim is to obtain ultimate health. The journey of internal world through yoga means detached to all senses from outer world and connects them to inner most supreme power. It is perfect way for achieve ultimate goal of our soul.
In any journey, we have faced many obstacles same condition in hare. When a yogi starts to practice yoga, they face some obstacle, which provoke to achieve goal. According to Patanjal yog sutra yog pratibandhakar bhav (obstacle) is Vyadhi, (disease) Styana (start without aim), sanshay (doubt), Pramad (insensibility), Alasy (laziness), Avirati (arousal of worldly desire), bhranti darsan (illusion), Alabdha bhomikatv (failure to concentrate same thought), Anavasthtv (instability). It also known as chitta vikshep or Antraya (distractive facter). According to Hthayoga pradeepika obstacles are Atyahar (over eating), Pryaas (excess of work), Prajalp (excess talkative), Niyamgrah (bund with promicess), Jansanga (contact with many people), laulya (greediness).other obstacles are dukh dourmanaya Agamajeyatva, svasa-prasvasa vikshep.
Pages: 189-190  |  172 Views  3 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Jain Rekha, Dr. Diwakar Abhinav. Review study of obstacles in the path of yoga: Yog Pratibandhakar Bhav. Int J Yogic Hum Mov Sports Sciences 2019;4(2):189-190.
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