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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 | | |God's grace. |Actions are fate, |Dedicated, devoted |Monarch or princely |Literally Jina means | | | |destiny. | |ruler, The female |conqueror, one who has | |Explain the Meaning| | | |form, the word for |conquered the worldly | |of the Name | | | |"queen", Arabic |passions like desire, | | | | | |meaning is "hope". |hatred, anger, greed, | | | | | | |pride, etc. by one's own | | | | | | |strenuous efforts and has| | | | | | |been liberated himself | | | | | | |from the bonds of worldly| | | | | | |existence, the cycle of | | | | | | |births and deaths. | | |The path of wisdom and|The path of selfless |The path of love and|The path of self |‘universal equality | | |knowledge. The jnani |service. For the |devotion. The bhakta|control and self |of the identical and | |Explain the Basic |uses his will and |karma yogi, the main |uses the combined |mastery. The raja |innate spirituality | |Concepts |power of |problem is our |energies of all |yogi controls his |of all that exists. | | |discrimination to cut |inherent selfishness |emotions and |mind until it |comprehensively | | |through the veil of |which is based on |transmutes them, |becomes perfectly |that nature is | | |ignorance and attain |spiritual ignorance, |sublimates them into|still at which time |united in cosmic | | |the truth. |avidya. The key is to|the highest of all |there are no more |kinship, a brotherhood, a| | | |practice selfless |emotions: prem. |walls between |Oneness of man | | | |actions without any | |himself and his own |and sun, of gnat | | | |selfish expectations,| |divine nature. |and burgeoning tree.’ | | | |and thereby opening | | | | | | |one's heart and | | | | | | |seeing God in all | | | | | | |beings. | | | | | |Jnana (sometimes |The true follower of |It involves |The central teaching|Jainism lays down certain| | |written gyana) is |the...
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