Yoga is a five thousands year old style of Indian wisdom and is the science of living. Maharishi Patanjali originated Yogasutra from the Sanskrit word YUJ, means to combine or unify each other. He described the yoga as Rajyoga or Ashtangayoga. Yoga consists of eight organs: (i) Yama, (ii) Niyam, (iii) Asana, (iv) Pranayamas, (v) Pratyahara, (vi) Dharana, (vii) Dhyana and (viii) Samadhi. Many people consider illusionism yoga to be only a physical exercise, and adopt a complex way of stretching and breathing exercises of the body, but with performing yogasanas, panayamas and meditation, the body remains perfectly healthy. Patanjali's Yogasutra focussed on finding simple but profound yoga principles (Yama and Niyam), which can become the essence of a happy and healthy life for us. The 'contentment' principle (Niyam) helps in being satisfied in life and 'imperfection' theory in relieving anxiety, distraction and stress due to greed and attachment. The 'defection' principle describes mental and physical purification. These rules especially help us when we are worried and adopting the scientific methods, to make life more meaningful for serving the public at large.