Jnana Yoga utilizes study, self-analysis, and keen observation in order to be able to discriminate between that which is Real and changeless, and that which is unreal and always changing. The high order of discriminative capacity is cultivated by a well informed, disciplined mind, meditation, the study of sacred wisdom, introspection, and self-analysis. 

Everyone has the traits of a Jnani to at least some extent. The practice of at least some Jnana Yoga will sharpen the intellect, deepen understanding, and enhance and balance all other branches.

Click here to read Reverend Jaganath's article on Jnana Yoga in the Yoga Learning Center.
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