According to the ancient text, the various means by which one practiced Yoga was directly correlated with the Aims of those very practices. Yoga taught humans that they don’t need to worry about time, or what it can do for them but how to live in the present moment by practicing Yoga.
In the Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna offered Arjuna a solution for overcoming his inability to participate in life by practicing Yoga. Arjuna had fallen into despondence and lifeless when Krishna, his friend and his chariot driver, taught him of living life by practicing Yoga. The word Yoga has been used by Krishna for about a hundred times and hence he has a lot to Say about it. In the Bhagavad Gita, the word Yoga appears in its Sanskrit form, where it has been used seventy eight times as a noun and thirty six times as a verb called as Yukta.
According to Bhagavad Gita, practicing yoga has so many forms that almost everybody around is practicing it, but they just don’t know it yet.
In addition to Aasana and Pranyama, yoga according to the Bhagavad Gita: