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Yogi Baba Prem
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Yogi Baba Prem

The goal of all Hindu based yoga systems is liberation. Each system that you have listed approaches it differently. But moksha (liberation) is considered one of the 4 aims of life in Hinduism.

Josh Alfred (ψ)
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Jhana – is to allow your focus, eyes open to become connected with an object. Karma yoga – is to enter a state of mind in which you concentrate on a cause and effect, and meditate on what that means, normally to better understand what to do to become less selfish if you are ever to repeat the action in the future. It resembles self-forgiveness of the Christians, but reminds you that you are responsible for your actions, and your problem solving. Bhakti – Means devotion, and more of a life practice then a state of mind one enters in… Read more »

Tom
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Tom

for the same reason we have different religions and different models of cars and different schools and colleges and different news papers

Cactus Prophet
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each yoga has a different method but for the same end result.

all of them are trying to help the yogi achieve moksa or samadhi. liberation. all yogas seek to achieve union of the body, mind, and Godhead.

bhakti yoga is liberation through devotion and love.

karma yoga is liberation through positive actions.

hatha yoga is liberation through increasing awareness of the body and mind through postures

kundalini yoga is liberation through merging the primordial energies of shiva and shakti

ect.