Which of the five levels of yoga practice do you belong to

The first kind of people: Yoga Gymnastics learners.

They have just entered the door of yoga, and most people enter because of misunderstanding.

They believe that yoga is used for fitness, especially in terms of weight loss, body shaping and improving temperament.

They practiced various yoga postures and found that the flexibility of the body gradually improved.

Some simple or slightly difficult yoga movements can be imitated, so they dreamed that one day, they could do some higher postures and show them to their relatives and friends.

In fact, it is true that when taking photos on the grass, on the beach and in the park, they stand upside down.

That feeling makes them feel great.

In the cheers of the masses, they feel like a master of yoga.

The vast majority of yoga beginners’ cognition of yoga is at this level, and they stay for many years.

It’s because that’s what their coaches teach.

Most of those coaches’ cognition of Yoga also stays at this level, but those coaches have softer bodies and better posture.

The second kind of people: yoga practice.

They can realize that yoga can help them repair their body, open up their meridians, and feel the energy rising slowly in their body and mind.

The energy of yoga makes him feel the improvement of his temperament and strength, so more self-confidence rises.

Some of them will learn to obtain and maintain inner peace through meditation and meditation.

A small number of Yoga coaches and students are in this level.

Such coaches are already excellent in his yoga studio or among his relatives and friends.

Because they can guide students or people around them to improve their bodies, they can improve their health.

The third kind of people: Yoga practitioners at this time, they are no longer committed to overcoming the so-called higher and more difficult posture, but sit in meditation with seemingly simple sitting posture and fingerprints, focus on inner cultivation, and they know how to easily obtain physical and mental energy through meditation.

They abide by the commandments of yoga, restrain their desires, and love the people and things around them with good thoughts.

In most cases, their hearts are calm and gentle.

From the theoretical level, they realized that yoga is the link between body and mind, the link between self and Brahma, the breakthrough of ego, the search and return of self, and the supreme wisdom to obtain life liberation.

They often pull themselves away from the chaotic world outside their body through meditation, and advance in the long darkness, trying to find the tunnel leading to the so-called samadhi realm described in the so-called book, and then go through it to feel the realm that they can’t speak clearly and few people can speak clearly.

Fewer people are at this level, which, strictly speaking, is just entering the door of yoga.

The fourth kind of people: yogis, yogis.

They are independent of the world.

They clearly know where they are going.

In fact, in deep meditation, they can occasionally and briefly perceive the spiritual world they are going to.

Their words and deeds naturally conform to all the criteria described in the so-called classics.

The temptations of the world: fame, wealth, love, etc.

no longer hinder his heart.

Yoga practitioners regard reaching the highest state of yoga as the ultimate goal of their life.

They are hidden in the city individually, and most of them are hidden in mountains, forests and caves.

Outside the sight of the world, they practice secret yoga in a way that ordinary people can’t imagine.

There are very few people on this level.

If such people can become your mentor, it will be your blessing.

The fifth kind of people: yoga instructors who can realize the highest state of yoga and guide more people where their lives go can really be called yoga instructors.

For example, Sakyamuni put down his status as a prince, abandoned his glory and wealth, and finally achieved enlightenment and liberation through years of Yoga ascetic and meditation.

And spread his enlightenment wisdom to the world.

For thousands of years, he has guided countless confused beings to obtain wisdom and liberation.

Therefore, the Buddha is called a great yogi.

Such people have gone beyond the so-called “people” and become the embodiment of light and consciousness…

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