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Yoga derives from the Sanskrit root yuj, which means, “to unite with the source.” The unity of consciousness, known as a state of enlightenment, is freedom from ideologies, conditioned habits, and limitations from social norms.
As yoga has evolved through the years, many new forms, styles and schools of yoga have developed. The ultimate goal of yoga is self-realization.
Traditionally, there are four paths of yoga. All four paths of yoga can be practiced alone or in combination with each other. None of these paths is ‘better’ than the other, as they all lead to the same destination.