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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
| Explain the Meaning of the Name
| Self control and meditation
| Non violence
| Explain the Basic Concepts
enhancing the supreme and unique self
favored by people who are intellectually oriented as its practices involve direct inquiry, thinking and study.
directing each individual activity to the supreme will.
favored by action oriented people.
Supreme bliss and love enjoyment.
Excellent for individuals who are emotionally oriented
mastering not only consciousness but thought as well hence the perfection of both the mind and body.
Has eight sequential steps that enhance God and truth realization.
enhancement of self-effort so as to liberate the soul while moving in the direction of divine consciousness.
has a principle of treating every being fairly and with respect as one of its core beliefs.
| Describe the Practices
protection of the environment
- rituals and prayers
eight sequential steps
- a separation of the five senses from the mind
- minimization or elimination of harming thoughts
| Describe the Goals
The use of analysis and inquiry to break the bondage to the material world.
- differentiating what is unreal from what is unreal in the universe.
- actions aimed to aid or help humanity
- mental and physical control
| non violence- truthfulness- sense control
Write a 200- to 300-word explanation of the differences between Hinduism and Jainism.
There exist some big differences between Hinduism and Jainism. To begin with, it is important to note that...
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