In the name of Allāh,
the Beneficent, the Merciful.
Peace and Blessings of Allāh on Mohammad.
Allāh–the Glorious and the High,
Lord of the worlds
Mohammad–who brought the world
to our feet and eternity to our arms.

                                     YOGA IS UNGODLY
Yoga is the attaining of supreme God-consciousness through meditation by abandoning worldly pursuits including carnal relations:
“A person is said to be elevated in yoga when, having renounced all material desires, he neither acts for sense gratification nor engages in fruitive activities”–(Gita 6:4).
“Persons who are learned in the Vedas, who utter omkara and who are great sages in the renounced order enter into Brahman. Desiring such perfection, one practices celibacy;” and
“The yogic situation is that of detachment from all sensual engagements. Closing all the doors of the senses and fixing the mind on the heart and the life air at the top of the head, one establishes himself in yoga”–(Gita 8:11-12).
While there is merit in refining one’s self into oneness with God (and Islam teaches this as will be shown) Yoga contradicts with Hindu teaching and with Divine decree.

In the Bhagavad-Gita, Krishna says (6:2, 10, 14, 46): “one can never become a yogi unless he renounces the desire for sense gratification,” “he should live alone in a secluded place” and with “subdued mind, devoid of fear, completely free from sex life, one should meditate upon Me,” for “A yogi is greater than the ascetic, greater than the empiricist, and greater than the fruitive worker. Therefore, O Arjuna, in all circumstances, be a yogi.”1
   Clearly, the above practice of yoga contradicts the purpose of creation, which is to multiply and fill the earth. There was no need for God to create woman if He wants man, “in all circumstances,” to live a life of celibacy.
   If every man’s goal of life was to know Krishna, and begun practicing yoga, in about 130 years, barring cloning and other non-sexual methods of multiplying, mankind would be extinct.
   To ensure the propagation of the species God instilled desire between the male and female, even in the lower animals this drive is present, and He equipped us, as well as the animals, with reproductive cells.
Celibacy diametrically opposes the law of God to “replenish” the earth. To procreate.

In the Bible God enjoined on Adam and Eve to fill the earth: “And God BLESSED them, and God said unto them, Be FRUITFUL, and MULTIPLY, and REPLENISH  the earth” –Genesis 1:28).
There are many instances of marriage in the Bible, such as Abraham having a wife, Sarah–(Genesis 17:15) and finding a wife for his son, Isaac–(Genesis 24). Moses was married. And Solomon, the Wise, had seven hundred wives and three hundred concubines–(1 Kings 11:3).

Marriage is so sacred that Jesus allowed severing the marriage-tie only in the case of fornication/adultery–(Mark 10:11-12. Even Jesus-had a wife)

In His Qur’an Allāh God states:
“And of His signs is this, that He created MATES FOR YOU from yourselves that you might find quiet of mind in them, and He put between you love and compassion”–(Qur’an 30:21);
“And marry those among you who are single, and those who are fit among your male slaves and your female slaves. If they are needy, Allah will make them free from want out of His grace. And Allah is Ample-giving, Knowing”–(Qur’an 24:32).
Prophet Mohammad says: “When a man marries he has fulfilled half of the Deen (religion); so let him fear Allah regarding the remaining half (of his religion)”–(Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 3096).2
It is well-known that Prophet Mohammad had, depending on who you read, from nine to thirty wives.

The Vedas also enjoin marriage and raising children:
“Oh man and woman, having acquired knowledge from the learned, proclaim amongst the wise the fact of your intention of entering the MARRIED LIFE. Attain to fame, observing the noble virtue of non-violence, and uplift your soul. Converse together happily, living in a peaceful home, spoil not you life”–(Yajur Veda 5.17, 44).
“May happiness await you with your CHILDREN! Watch o’er this house as mistress of the home. Unite yourself wholly with your husband. Thus authority in speech till old age will be yours”–(Rig Veda X, 85, 27).3

The Bhagavad Gita, which is a conversation between Krishna and Arjuna, also alludes to marriage and having children. Krishna is said to have had eight main wives and many junior wives, numbering “16,000 or 16,100 in different scriptures.” Out of these 16,000 wives “every wife had 10 children,” and he had in total “1,61,080 Children.”4 Krishna even had Radha, another man’s wife, as consort.

Without doubt, to oppose the law/ordinance of God is to be against God; and to be, or to counsel, against God is unGodly.
In renouncing the world one is rejecting that which God made lawful. We need to balance our living; not suffer the material for the spiritual or suffer the spiritual for the material.

Since the Bible, Qur’an, Veda and Gita enjoin marriage, then evidently celibacy diametrically opposes the law of God to “Be FRUITFUL, and MULTIPLY, and REPLENISH the earth”–(Genesis 1:28).
Therefore yoga, which counsels that man “should live alone in a secluded place,”  “completely free from sex life” and meditate only on Krishna is UNGODLY.

However, this yoga teaching of Krishna is NOT a Divine requirement. The Bhagavad Gita is mythology. And Swami Dayananda Saraswati wrote: (The Bhagavad Gita) “Being opposed to the Veda, it cannot be held to be an authority.…Krishna could never be God.”5
And in his book The Way To True Worship, (p. 1), Anoop Chandola wrote:

“The first recorded book of the Hindus is the Rig Veda.  In it, “being” or sat is said to have its beginning in non-being or asat. More than a thousand years later, the Bhagavad Gita challenged this view, holding that there is no “non-being” state of being.”
(If Krishna is the Rg Veda and “the knower of the Vedas” and the “compiler of Vedanta”, as he declared, he should not have “challenged” the teaching of the Rg Veda more than a thousand years later in the Bhagavad Gita. He is clearly challenging himself. GOD CHALLENGING HIMSELF?).

Anoop Chandola also explains in the same book noted above (p. 9):
“The Vedas included several major gods and goddesses some of whom must have been culture heroes….As the tradition of honoring culture heroes continued, in due course new heroes were addedtwo of them most important: Rama and Krishna–(Emphasis/color added).

Thus, not only is Krishna not God to make such a “yoga” pronouncement but this yoga is opposed to the Divine ordinance of procreation.
While there is merit in exercise and mediation (refining one’s self into oneness with God), yoga as the way to God has no Divine foundation.

Islam teaches there are three main stages in the development of our soul. They are known nafs Ammara–(Qur’an 12:53); nafs Lowwama–(Qur’an 75:2) and nafs Mutma’inna–(Qur’an 89:27-30). Muhammad Ali comments:

“Man’s self is here called ammarah, i.e. one wont to command evil. It is, in fact, the lowest stage in the spiritual growth of man. It is what may be called his animal self; low desires and animal passions rule the mind of man and he is capable of doing any evil without feeling any pangs at all. He submits to his carnal desires like the brute.
The next stage is called the lawwamah, which is referred to in 75:2 as the self-accusing spirit, when the slightest departure from the path of rectitude at once rouses the pangs of conscience.
The third stage is the stage of perfection — the mutma’innah, or the soul at rest, when it is in perfect peace, having attained the goal of perfection; see 89:30a. Those who have attained the second stage in the spiritual advancement and those who have attained the goal of perfection are spoken of as those on whom my Lord has mercy.”

Qur’an 89:28-30 states: “O soul that art at rest, Return to thy Lord, well-pleased, well-pleasing, So enter among My servants, And enter My Garden!” And Muhamad comments on 89:30 as stated in his comment above:

”The concluding verses of this chapter refer to the highest stage of the spiritual development of man, the stage in which he rests contented with his Lord, and finds his quietude, his happiness, and his delight in Him. This is the heavenly life. It has already been noted — see 12:53a and introductory note to ch. 75 — that the Holy Qur’an recognizes three stages in spiritual development, the ammarah or the animal stage (12:53), the lawwamah or the human stage (75:2), and the mutma‘innah or the heavenly or spiritual stage, mentioned here. At this last stage, the pure and perfect sincerity, truth and righteousness of a person are rewarded by Almighty God by granting him a heaven on this earth. All others look to a prospective paradise, but he enters paradise in this very life. It is at this stage, too, that a person realizes that the prayers and worship which at first appeared to him as a burden are really a nourishment on which the growth of his soul depends, and that this is the basis of his spiritual development. The spirit — which in the second stage, although blaming a man for the impurities of life, is yet powerless to resist the evil tendencies, or to blot them out wholly, and too infirm to establish a man upon the principle of virtue with firmness — now reaches a stage of development in which its efforts are crowned with success. The state of struggle with sinful propensities passes away, an entire change comes over the nature of man, and the former habits undergo a complete transformation.”

Equally significant. The word “OM/AUM” which Hindus chant/utter in their meditation (and which Hindus consider to refer to God) is NOT mentioned in the Rg Veda. Regarding the Gayatri mantra of the RgVeda which reads:

“Tat Savitur Varenyam Bhargo
Devasya Dhi Mahi
Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodyat”
(“That Sun, bright and pure,
 the god’s great wisdom
–may he sharpen and refine our intellect”)

Abdul Haque Vidyarthi points out in his book Muhammad in World Scriptures that to give meaning to this Gayatri mantra, “the pandits prefix these four words which DOES NOT EXIST in the Veda Om bhur bhava svaha. The word Om, it may be noted, is NOT FOUND ANYWHERE in the Rig Veda. These four words they interpolate and insert before the Gayatri mantra for the reason that it may yield some significance at least.” (Emphasis added, .For more on this see Mohammad-and Moulood).

Another source points out: “Om is not mentioned in the ancient Rig-Veda. The only possible indirect reference is in hymns 1.164.39 which speaks of the syllable (akshara) that exists.”— Presentation transcript” (For more see https://slideplayer.com/slide/7634863/. IF LINK DOES NOT CONNECT PLEASE COPY AND PASTE).
Clearly, Om/Aum is meaningless.

1.  Swami Prabhupada, Bhagavad Gita As It is.
2.  This reference was taken from the Internet.
3. Two quotes taken from the Internet. (Emphasis added).
4.  Information taken from the Internet.
5.  Light of Truth, p. 219.