The Full Wiki

More info on Raja Yoga

Raja Yoga: Quiz


Question 1: They are sometimes divided into the lower and the upper four limbs, the lower ones—from yama to pranayama—being parallel to the lower limbs of ________, while the upper ones—from pratyahara to samadhi—being specific for the Raja yoga.
Hatha yogaBhaktiJnana yogaKarma Yoga

Question 2: ________ is one of the six orthodox (astika) schools of Hindu philosophy.
YogaRaja YogaSwami VivekanandaBhagavad Gita

Question 3: Yama (restraints) consists of five parts: ________ (non-violence), Satya (truthfulness), Asteya (non-stealing), Brahmacharya (sexual abstinence unless intentionally procreating.
AnekantavadaHinduismAhimsaIndian philosophy

Question 4: While a Hatha Yogi starts his Sadhana, or spiritual practice, with Asanas (postures) and ________, a Raja Yogi starts his Sadhana with the mind, although a certain minimum of asanas and pranayamas are usually included as a preparation for the meditation and concentration.
PranayamaSamadhiJnana yogaYoga

Question 5: Because of the relationship between the mind and the body, the body must be first "tamed" through self-discipline and purified by various means (see ________).
Jnana yogaHatha yogaSamadhiKarma Yoga

Question 6: According to Patanjali, this is one method of achieving the initial concentration (dharana: Yoga Sutras, III: 1) necessary for the mind to go introverted in meditation (dhyana: ________, III: 2).
Hatha Yoga PradipikaYoga Sutras of PatanjaliGherand SamhitaBhagavad Gita

Question 7: [2] This is not to be confused with the ________ of K. Pattabhi Jois.
Hatha yogaIyengar YogaAshtanga Vinyasa YogaSamadhi

Question 8: ________: "That which contains an inexhaustible potential of creativity" Carya: " The way of living" - The way of living in Brahma´s perception), and Aparigraha (non-covetousness).

Question 9: ________ – regulation of breath leading to integration of mind and body
PranayamaYogaJnana yogaSamadhi

Question 10: Rāja Yoga ("royal yoga", "royal union", also known as Classical Yoga) is concerned principally with the cultivation of the mind using meditation (________) to further one's acquaintance with reality and finally achieve liberation.
ZenBuddhist meditationDhyānaBuddhism

Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address