Arhatic Yoga often known as the yoga of synthesis, combines several yogic practices such as Raja Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Jnana Yoga and Karma Yoga into one single practice, which involves purification and meditations.
Arhatic Yoga comes from two words of Arhat, meaning saint or a highly evolved person, and Yoga which in Sanskrit means union, referring to “to yoke” or “to join.” In this case Arhatic Yoga refers to spiritual practices, character-building (purification), pranayama (breathing) and meditation techniques that help the person grow and evolve spiritually.
Arhatic Yoga is the name of a spiritual system developed by Grand Master Choa Kok Sui, the founder of Modern Pranic Healing® and Arhatic Yoga® , to safely and rapidly accelerate the evolution of the soul.
According to Master Choa Kok Sui, purification is very important. Without purification if a person starts meditating, there is a tendency for the weaknesses to magnify, making the person worse instead of a better person. Despite having a Sanskrit name, Arhatic Yoga is non-religion and non-sectarian and practitioners from various cultures and backgrounds can practice Arhatic Yoga.