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Four Yogic Paths and Jainism Worksheet
Complete the table by comparing the forms of Hinduism and contrasting them with Jainism.
| |Jnana Yoga |Karma Yoga |Bhakti Yoga |Raja Yoga |Jainism | | |Jnana yoga, as |Karma Yoga is |Bhakti Yoga or |Raja Yoga or “Royal | | | |defined by Molly and |described by Molloy |“Devotion Yoga” |Yoga” | | |Explain the Meaning |Hilgers is “Knowledge|and Hilgers (2010) as| | | | |of the Name |Yoga” (2010) |“Action Yoga” | | | | | | | | | | | | |Jnana Yoga is |This type of yoga |Bhakti means devotion|The promotion of | | | |“learning insight |focus is to do things|to the Lord. One need|meditation is one of | | |Explain the Basic |into one’s divine |“unselfishly” to |only surrender all |the main concept on | | |Concepts |nature by studying |reach the path to |doubts, fears, and |this particular style | | | |Upanishads and the |perfection. |worries and express | | | | |Bhagavad Gita and by |According to Molloy |genuine love and | | | | |learning from other |and Hilgers (2010) |devotion to the | | | | |teachers who have |“The spiritual...
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