Yoga is 'Chittha Vritthi Nirodha', the control of all the agitations of the consciousness. He who is able to control them is Yogi. Baba is the Lord of all Yogis (Yogiswara); the goal of all Yoga, of all aspiration for union or merger in God. In the Vishnupurana, among the hundred names of Vishnu, we have 'Yogeesa, Yoganishnatha, Yogin, Yogirupin'. The Lord is to be recognized in the aspirant, the Yogi and the Yogi form. It is said in the Gita that where Partha (Arjuna) is, with his bow, and where Krishna, the Yogiswara also is - there victory is certain! The bow prompted and directed by Yoga- that alone can hit the target. For, 'Yoga' means, the control of senses and the concentration of the mind in the unity of all (Jnanendriyam Satvani Nigrahya, Manasaa Saha Ekathwa Bhavana, Yogah). This is the Yoga that Baba always instructs and inspires. Since He is the guide and the guardian, He is the master of Yoga, the Yogiswara. Many who have practised Yoga to an advanced stage have benefited by Baba's directions and warnings. Many practiconers of Yogic methods of breath control have their illness cured by Baba's grace for, exercises learnt from books and practised without a teacher in attendance lead to physiological maladjustment and maladies. Baba has come to correct such people and to place Yoga on the high pedestal it once occupied, as the gateway to liberation.