Brahman (i.e., God) is Love.
God (i.e., Brahman) created everything out of Itself.
You are part of everything, made of Brahman.
Hey presto! You are made of Love.
Brahman is the eternal, unchanging reality. It is described as sat-chit-ananda (being-consciousness-bliss) and called the Creative Consciousness and Lord of Love among other names.
While some schools of yoga are dualist, Hatha Yoga is nondual; that is to say, in the philosophy of Hatha Yoga everything that exists is a manifestation of the same substance, called Brahman. There is no matter vs spirit, body vs mind. The experience of “otherness” is what we work to overcome. We peel away the constructed layers to reveal an atman, our soul—only to find that atman and Brahman are One.
All is One.
Mystics the world over and throughout time tell us God is Love. From their (our?) striving to attain unity with the sacred, they return with the revelation that the firsthand experience of Ultimate Reality feels like Love. Not goopy, sentimental love. This Love is not only unconditional but unconditioned.
Mystical experiences are hard to put into words. Here’s my best go: when you touch the eternal creative consciousness, when you abide in it, you stop looking. You’ve found it, whatever it was you were looking for—peace, home, the answer. And when you come back from that experience, you feel giddy with bliss; warm with belonging; Loved on an indescribable scale.
According to Yoga, what you have connected with is your True Self. That is who you are. You are Love.