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YaOrGa / Royal Yoga
YaOrGa is the Hebrew term for Royal Yoga.
YaoOrGa is a resource for Torah based teachings on health and fitness for the Torah believer. These works are provided free of charge to assist the believer in their quest for health and fitness. No Mans Zone does not promote the general teachings of Yoga or gurus that is based on the Hindu religion. The sytle of Yoga we teach is based on the Torah. These materials are provided here solely as a help or guide.
Ya-Or-Ga is the Yoga of royalty. Every believer is a priest and king according to the Set-Apart Scriptures. "And You made them to Eloah a Kingdom, and cohenim (priests), and kings, and they will reign on the earth" Gilyahna (Revelation) 5:10. We are a royal priesthood destined to reign on Earth. To reign entails a Purpose-Driven Lifestyle that assumes well-being in physical condition. More than a billion people today suffer from atherosclerosis, heart disease, stroke; obesity, and type 2 diabetes. These diseases are non-communicable diseases meaning they are caused by lack of physical activity, unhealthy eating, alcohol, substance use disorders, and smoking tobacco. Sadly many believers are disqualified to reign because they are sick or feeble and undisciplined.
An un-well and an unfit believer is of no purpose to the Kingdom of Elohim if they are struggling with their health due to lifestyle choices. A sick believer cannot blame the adversary for their failure to look after their health. A Purpose-Driven Lifestyle means being healthy, fit, and alert. Ya-Or-Ga is the pathway to divine and royal health. To be qualified to reign every believer must pass the test of health and this is often the hardest test to pass because it involves a lifestyle change. The body and mind of a believer must be brought into submission to the Spirit.
Yoga comes from Heaven. The ultimate expression of Yoga is the worship of Elohim. The ultimate expression of bodily worship is Ya-Or-Ga. Yoga was not created to be without Spirit and Worship. True worship combines the movements of the body, the thoughts of the mind, the breath of the lungs, and the speech of the tongue as a sanctified system of adoration of the Divine Being; The Spirit. Through the practice of Ya-Or-Ga royal postures, we bring the physical, psychological and spiritual aspects of the human being into alignment with the Shekinah and in union with the Sacred Name YHWH. Ya-Or-Ga is not another alternative system of Yoga to deal with the ever-increasing complexity of the human condition. It is a holy lifestyle; a way of living the sages of old in many religions have practiced for thousands of years that is in the daily routine of Elohim’s nomadic people. We did not discover it; it discovered us. For that, we are truly grateful.
YA-OR-GA is an acronym:
YA is the short form of the scared Name YHWH. The short form of the name occurs 50 times in the text of the Hebrew Scriptures, of which 24 form part of the phrase "Halleluyah." It is also part of many names in the Scriptures e.g. Yeshayahu (Isaiah), Yirmeyahu (Jeremiah), Eliyahu (Elijah), etc. In Tehillim (Psalm) 68:4 this name is particularly stressed. The first instance of the name Yah occurs in Shemoth (Exodus) 15:2 where Moses and Yisra’el compose and sing a song after their deliverance from Pharaoh’s horsemen. "YAH is my strength and song, and He has become my salvation. This is my El, and I will glorify Him; my father’s Elohim, and I will exalt Him." It is this everlasting Name of which the Ya in Ya-Or-Ga captures.
OR is the Hebrew word for Light. Strong’s concordance defines this word as to be or become Light. Among it is other meanings are bright, dawned, enlighten, gave light, illumine, kindle, make a fire, make shine, resplendent, shed light, shine. It can also mean daylight, early morning, lightning, lights, sun, sunlight, sunshine. The word occurs 177 times in the Hebrew Scriptures and 95 times in the renewed covenant Scriptures. The word OR first appears in Beresheeth (Genesis) 1:3. "And Elohim said, Let there be Light: and Light was." This was no ordinary light but the light of the Word of Elohim that pierced through the darkness of eternity. What Scientists have called the Big Bang. It is this eternal light of which the Or in Ya-Or-Ga captures.
GA is the short form of Ga’ah. A Hebrew word which means to raise up on high, to exalt. Strong’s concordance defines it as to raise up, to increase, or to triumph. It comes from the primitive root; to mount up; hence, in general, to rise, (figuratively) be majestic - gloriously, grow up, increase, be risen, and triumph. The first instance of the word Ga’ah occurs in Shemoth (Exodus) 15:1-2 where Yisra’el has triumphed over Pharaoh’s horsemen. "1 Then sang Moshe and the children of Yisra’el this song unto YHWH, and spoke, saying, I will sing unto YHWH, for He is highly exalted; the horse and his rider has He thrown into the sea. 2 Yah is my strength and song, and He is become my salvation. This is my El, and I will glorify Him; my father’s Elohim, and I will exalt Him." It is this infinite power that Ga in Ya-Or-Ga captures.
In short Ya-Or-Ga means Exalt the Light of YAH. Into every being, YHWH put His Light and that Light was given to us to show forth His marvelous work in our body.
To watch a Royal Routine click on the links below.
Ya-Or-Ga Royal Routine Hebrew
Ya-Or-Ga Royal Routine Christian
To obtain a hardcopy of our book "Ya-Or-G" which explains the core beliefs, the fundamentals of worship in yoga and the development of this style of Yoga click the link below (Available Soon).
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ROYAL YOGA CHART
The Asana is a Sanskrit term meaning "posture" or "pose". The Royal Yoga Chart is a list of the Yoga Asana which a Ya-Or-Ga practioner is required to know. The Asana’s postures are universal to all Yoga styles. For each Asana we have specifically mentioned three benefits but there are many more improvements.
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