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Tuesday, December 8, 2020

The purpose of yoga and the benefits of yogas

 The purpose of the yoga and the benefits of the yoga

Readers, Yoga has a become very popular in the modern age and classes teaching yoga have a opened up not only in a India but all over the world. But sadly, various misconceptions about yoga have a become more prevalent. As June 21 is being celebrated as a World Yoga Day, today we will discuss yoga in  a detail and get the correct information about it.

The purpose of yoga:

Yoga is an a invaluable gift from ancient in a  Indian culture to the  mankind. This knowledge acquired by a our ancient sages from the point of  the view of  the Nightmarish was introduced in AD. In 2000 BC, Maharishi Palatalize gave it a classical form and divided it into eight steps. He has a described these eight steps in his Grant Outrageous. Hence this yoga path is called Tangshan Yoga. Asama is the third step of  the Tangshan Yoga. Thus yoga's are not perfect  in the yoga. Yoga is a way of  the living a well-organized life and its aim is the science of  the developing the unlimited power and consciousness of  the human beings. The practice of the  yoga gradually develops a person’s consciousness, which are ultimately leads to the self-realization.

Purpose of the  Yoga: Stability of the  mind is a achieved through yoga, it gives  a restraint to the senses. At the root of  the each of our problems is thought. Emotions arise from thoughts, most of  the which are negative emotions such as a fear, anxiety, frustration, hatred, jealousy etc. These feelings hurt. The aim of  the yoga is to take the mind away from these negative emotions in a positive direction, with the right practice of the  yoga one attains physical-mental health and experiences ultimate peace through spiritual experience. The different practices of the  yoga have the power to  the prevent certain ailments from occurring. Thus yoga are acts as a shield against diseases.


The word ‘as’ is a derived from the original Sanskrit metal ‘as’, which means ‘to sit’. The word 'asana' can be a understood in two ways. One is a ‘through which a person sits’ and the other means ‘on which  of a person sits’.

The first meaning refers to the state of the  body or a mind. Such as a Susanna - The mind experiences are happiness by a sitting in this asana, hence the name 'Susanna'. Some of the Ananias are named according to the position or a posture of the body. Such as a Pasadena. In this asana, the body is shaped like a lotus (pad ma), hence the name Pasadena. Moreover, in this asana, the state of the  mind also becomes like a thousand lotuses.

Maharishi Palatalize has said, ‘Shirt Hamsun Asama’ i.e. asana is a state in which the mind feels a constant feeling of the  happiness or a comfort and in that state the body has to be a kept are stable.

Today we are  learn a nice, simple asana, which is an a asana for  a meditation.



  • Lay a thick comfortable in a  chessboard on the first floor.
  • Sit on the  chessboard with your feet in front of your body.
  • Hold in  the left foot with the right hand and press down on the right foot.
  • In the same way press  in the right foot down to the left.
  • Keep to  your neck, head and spine upright.

Keep your hands on your knees or a in your lap and close your eyes. Keep  to your arms and back straight but be careful not to feel stress anywhere in the body.

Note: Sit in a Susanna and focus on your breath, while a breathing feel that with each breath a lot of  the positive energy, health, happiness is a entering your body and with every exhalation anger, stress, frustration, tension is a going out. ..

Imagine  in that you are sitting on a chariot of  the seven white horses and the chariot is a descending through your breath into your heart, all over your body. Feel the movement of your breath moving inside your body and feel the connection of the  body, mind and breath. Gradually to your breathing will  become deeper and more regular and with it your thoughts will also decrease. You will also have a less of an a unprecedented idea. You will bee a experience the bliss of an a unparalleled peace. Your whole body will dance and zoom with a unparalleled joy.

Do not worry if you do not experience this happiness in the beginning. Practice Susanna patiently every day. In the end you will bee a experience it. Happy Yoga Day !

What time to do this?

This can be a done early in the morning or in the evening. There are more benefits to the doing in the morning, because in the morning there are less thoughts, the mind is a cheerful and after doing Ananias there is a feeling of  the freshness throughout the day. It is a better to do Ananias after a bathing.

Always do this on an a empty stomach. Do Ananias only after an a hour and a half after eating. Do not eat for an a hour after doing this..

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  • This is a very excellent asana to the relax. Helps to remove tension stored in a Anahata Chakra. .
  • Removes a stiffness of the  spine, neck and shoulders.
  • Helps in a recovery from diabetes, high blood pressure and sexual dysfunction.
  • Improves body-mind coordination. .
  • Strengthens  in the calf and calf muscles.
  • Helps in a digestion and strengthens the muscles of the buttocks.
  • Strengthens in  the waist.
  • In the depths of the back, the muscles  are contract and expand  in a simultaneously.
  • The entire spine gets a steady pull from the front, benefiting each bead and it is  a ligaments.
  • This asana is more useful in a dyspepsia.
  • This is an a instant reliever for a those who have a lot of the  stress and anxiety. Hold for a 3 minutes.
  • Helps to  the strengthen the joints, ligaments, leg a muscles and spine.
  • As the blood flows to the head, all the tension in the spine, shoulders and neck is a removed.
  • Good asana as a helper in a eliminating diabetes, gas, acidity, constipation and indigestion. .
  • Helps to the  strengthen the back muscles and remove excess belly  are fat.
  • This asana is a extremely beneficial for a those who suffer from diabetes, constipation, indigestion and nervous weakness. .
  • Those who suffer from lumbar dispositions and muscle pull should practice this asana.

source: health, navgujarat smay

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