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  1. 4 Main Paths
    Raja Yoga
  2. Chakra
    Ajna
  3. Yama
    Asteya
  4. Yama
    Bramacharya
  5. Chakra
    Sahasrara
  1. a Follow the 8-limbed path
    control your behavior, thoughts, judgments in a certain way (yama) Discipline your ego. Practice yoga in a certain way (niyama)
  2. b non-stealing
  3. c Crown Chakra
    white
    absolute
    unity with the devine body
    upper brain, top of skull
    pineal gland
    inversons, padmasana, meditation
    union with all that is, divine connection
  4. d celibacy
  5. e 3rd Eye Chakra
    purple
    light
    celestial body
    face, eyes, nose, sinus, cerebellum, lower brain, nervous system
    pituitary gland
    inversons, forehead on floor, meditation at brow
    knowingness, aligned with divine will, imagination

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. destroys the individual ego by dedicating ones life to service of others
  2. non-harming
  3. discipline
  4. coccyx
    sacrum
    lumbar spine: L1-L5
    thoracic spine: T1-T12
    cervical spine: C1-C7
    *be able to draw and label
  5. contentment, acceptance of unconditional love

5 True/False questions

  1. Niyama
    Svadhyana
    purity

          

  2. Mula BandhaRoot lock
    Lower: leg lock
    upper: between anus and sex organs

          

  3. Chakra
    Visuddha
    3rd Eye Chakra
    purple
    light
    celestial body
    face, eyes, nose, sinus, cerebellum, lower brain, nervous system
    pituitary gland
    inversons, forehead on floor, meditation at brow
    knowingness, aligned with divine will, imagination

          

  4. Chakra
    Anahata
    Crown Chakra
    white
    absolute
    unity with the devine body
    upper brain, top of skull
    pineal gland
    inversons, padmasana, meditation
    union with all that is, divine connection

          

  5. Eight Limbs1. Yama: ethical disciplines
    2. Niyama: self-observation
    3. Asanas: postures
    4. Pranayama: controlled life force breathing
    5. Pratyahara: sensory withdrawal
    6. Dharana: concentration
    7. Dhyana: meditation
    8. Samadhi: ultimate peace, blissful euphoria