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Hinduism In the Modern World 1 Hinduism in the modern world Brian H Hodge HUM130 AUSLYN NIETO
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Hinduism from a modern day standpoint is considered to be one of the oldest organized religions to date, and many organized religions formed from the religion many years after because of the belief system that it developed. In today’s world it is the third largest religions in the world behind Christianity and Islam and is said to have 950 million followers. The fact that Hinduism is considered to have less uniting belief system like Christianity and Islam may have but it has the consistence to say that it is less on the gods and deities but more on the quality of life and experience. One of the beliefs is yoga a way to gain greater understanding into the mind and obtained a higher form of conscious, there is different styles of yoga a total of four starting with raja yoga, jnana yoga, karma yoga, bhakti yoga. The first raja yoga is thought to be one way to pure thought and gain presence with the chosen deity. Next is jnana yoga which is the way to a rational mind rather than trying to transcend like raja yoga it is also considered the way of the arrogant and this is said due to the fact that if we tank of ourselves before the absolute is
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