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Yogic counseling is done to change our inner self, which results in the change of our outer world. Rather than having emotions like fear, ego, judgment, and competition, yogic counseling helps to adapt to what is called “posture of consciousness,” which is to perceive the true immortal self that is within every human being. Most people think about Yoga as practicing different Asanas to maintain good physical health, but Yoga is much more than that. It also includes human psychology and mental health. Yogic counseling helps in finding solutions to life problems and bring about a stillness to the mind. It consists of the forms of Yoga like Asanas (postures), Gyana Yoga (Yoga of knowledge), Karma Yoga (Yoga of action), and Bhakti Yoga (devotional Yoga).