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four ways

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There are four major ways of spiritual developments.
There are four major ways of spiritual developments.

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Published by: ashokha on Sep 20, 2008
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Four Ways
 There are four major ways of spiritual developments.Gnana yoga (the bath of wisdom)deals with very higher level philosophy. Iteven soundssometimes like “the no God” theory. It is full of logical arquements. Thegnana marga of the Hindus (renouncing the worldly life etc), the Sufi in Islam, theBuddhism, the zen,the no God movement of Dravidian of South India are some examples. Noduality (adhvaitha)( you and God are one) is the main idea.Second isbakthi yoga (the bath of devotion).Duality is the main motto.You cannotbecome God. God is above your level. If you ask God will give. Here allrituals andlower level prayers are applied. Ask the God the worldly things and He willgive is the policy.Going to temple and doing ordinary prayers and rituals (like lighting a smalllamp or candle)is enough. Lower level Prayers of Hinduism (like car festival, sacrificingcattle etc,walking all the distances to reach the temple, sometimes hundreds of kilometers),Christianity, Islam, Bakthi vedantha Prabupatha's Hare Rama Hare Krishnamovementcome under this.Third is theKarma yoga (the bath of action).Here if you do your dutieswithoutconsidering the results is enough will be the policy. The benefit will comeautomatically.At times the policy of no God will also coincide with it. Somebureaucratic head may

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