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Jnana Yoga, Types of Yoga
Jnana Yoga is one of the important steps in the practice of sadhana for yoga and it needs to be performed after the completion of Karma Yoga. The self realization that is achieved via this process is said to come gradually in stages following which the individual is able to experience the true nature of his own self.
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