bhakti yoga

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bhakti yoga

A form of yoga that seeks the pathway to a higher spiritual power through devotion and love.
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Karmayoga, bhaktiyoga, dnyanayoga and rajayoga are time-tested ways to understand and transcend 'maya'.
In bhaktiyoga the three stages of spiritual evolution are realized: "dualism, in which the Self is identified with the body and therefore differentiated from God; qualified dualism, in which the Self is regarded as a being which is part of the Universal Life; and nondualism, in which the Self is seen as a spirit beyond time and space and therefore identical with God.
In other words, whether there can be sancharyoga, just like jnanayoga, karmayoga and bhaktiyoga.
As expounded in the Bhagavad Gita, the main three systems of Yoga are known as Karmayoga (Yoga through work), Bhaktiyoga (Yoga through devotion), and Jnanayoga (Yoga through knowledge).