It is very difficult to define yoga in just a few
words. But surely yoga is one of the most complete and
universal systems: it is a complete view of life, of the
humankind and other living beings and of the whole
cosmos. The science of yoga is a precious gift from the
Indian sages who attained the complete realization of
all laws of existence. In spite of the fact that yoga
geographically originates from India, its ancient wisdom
is universal and eternal.
Why do yoga?
There's a short answer and a long answer to that
short answer is that yoga makes you feel better.
Practicing the postures, breathing exercises and
meditation makes you healthier in body, mind and spirit.
Yoga lets you tune in, chill out, shape up -- all at the
For many people, that's
enough of an answer. But there's more if you're
For starters, yoga is good for what ails you.
Specifically, research shows that yoga helps manage or
control anxiety, arthritis, asthma, back pain, blood
pressure, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic fatigue,
depression, diabetes, epilepsy, headaches, heart
disease, multiple sclerosis, stress and other
conditions and diseases. What's more, yoga:
Improves muscle tone, flexibility, strength and
stamina Reduces stress and tension Boosts self esteem
Improves concentration and creativity Lowers fat
Improves circulation Stimulates the immune system
Creates sense of well being and calm.
And that's just the surface stuff. In fact, most of
the benefits mentioned above are secondary to yoga's
Developed in India, yoga is a spiritual practice that
has been evolving for the last 5,000 years or so. The
original yogis were reacting, in part, to India's
ancient Vedic religion, which emphasized rituals. The
yogis wanted a direct spiritual experience -- one on
one -- not symbolic ritual. So they developed yoga.
Yoga means "union" in Sanskrit, the
classical language of our India. According to the
yogis, true happiness, liberation and enlightenment
comes from union with the divine consciousness known
as Brahman, or with Atman, the transcendent Self. The
various yoga practices are a methodology for reaching
Surya Namaskar is a series of twelve movements which
comprise an effective way to activate and loosen every
part of the body. It may be used as a preparation for
other asanas, or combined with relaxation as a
complete session in itself when time is limited.
Jeevan Tatva Sadhan is a combination of nine
practices. There is no mention of these practices in
Yogic literature. This Sadhan is an invention of
Yogeshwar Maha Prabhu Ram Lal Ji Maharaj. These
exercises are very easy and all can learn them within
a day or two. These have been found most effective in
keeping the body in perfect health. All the joints are
exercised and the glands are rejuvenated. It improves
digestion. In short, it develops the Life Force in the
Traditional Yoga Postures:
Our holistic approach to
health, happiness and vigor through the disciplines of
Yoga: proper exercise, proper breathing, proper
relaxation, proper concentration and proper diet.
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Practice the 18 basic Yogic postures which are
illustrated in easy to follow pictures. Learn how to
perform them properly and how to increase your
personal level of skill slowly and gradually in the
time you have available. Discover the benefits of
proper breathing through simple step-by-step exercises
and feel how this infuses you with renewed energy and
vigor. Learn to relax physically and mentally, letting
go of stressful situations by adopting a positive
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Purify and strengthen your body and mind with
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hidden powers of your mind through proper meditation,
explore the benefits of positive thinking, and
discover a broader sense of purpose. Yoga of Mind and
Body is a positive guide to improve health, happiness,
and spiritual well being.
1.Have a medical check-up before starting yoga.
2.Be sure that you are in normal health conditions.
3.Practice Yoga postures which you can do with ease.
4.Do not strain.
5.Be calm and maintain the posture.
6.Be happy and contented.
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