Cessative In Indo-Tibetan Yoga

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Introduction
Yoga
Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual practice that helps the mind, body and soul (White, 2011). It came from the term “yoking together” wherein there were two animals used as a metaphor to really demonstrate the yoking of the body and mind. This means to say that it is the exercise of the mind and body working together as one (White, 2011). It is still debatable where yoga came from (Flood, 1996). Between the 500-200 BCE it was the rise of ideologies and philosophies just like Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism and there was theories about it that it was then the yoga originated from (Larson, 2008). Then during the Middle Ages wherein there is already development and research/studies were already invented, yoga became a
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