There is Bhakti Yoga, the foundation of every religion. Bhakti means devotion. That's praying not for personal needs but love of God with all your heart, mind and soul. For this Yoga, it is important to understand the philosophy of Pluralism, 'there are many paths and names to the same One God.' Hence, Bhakti isn't exclusive just to it's root in the religions of India. A good analogy that presents this is that God is like an infinite ocean, formless, but freezes into a solid state for the love of a devotee.
Jnana Yoga, the path of knowledge. It is like a quest to understand our true Self by asking ourselves "Who am I?" beyond our material body and mind. This Yoga even works for an atheist. Anyone on a journey to understand life and the nature of the universe is pretty much already on this pathway. The deeper we understand the universe, the more we discover our connection to it.
Raja Yoga, the path of meditation. This Yoga requires a lot of preparation work and hence is known to be the hardest. First one needs to practice many values such as non-violence, truthfulness, celibacy, purity and contentment. Raja Yoga is looking within, and discovering your connection to the universe.
Cast & Crew
Directed by: Saie S Surendra
Starring: Zoe Wood (as Lila),
Ruben Whitter (as Govind),
Tamara Thompson (as Radha Rani)
Assistant Director: Jegani Guna
Cinematography: Tamara Thompson, Saie S Surendra
Behind the Scenes Photography: Dilo Guna
Special Effects & Editing: Saie S Surendra
Production Runners: Madhuri Pandit, Jiale Huang