Yoga Works Wonder! Know, Why and How!

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All problems are the illusions of mind and there is no denying the fact that we are the energies we want to attract in our lives. These energies are at times positive, negative and even a homogeneous combination of both. Yoga, as the name suggests, is a divine practice of curbing these negative vibes off from our lives. It is rightly said, Yoga is not an ancient myth buried in oblivion. It is the most valuable inheritance of the present. It is the essential need of today and a culture of tomorrow.

If you are fighting troubled times, trying to get over a separation, failure or even a pity thought that bugs you off every now and then, believe it or not, Yoga can help in putting an end to all these mundane thoughts. It is not an overnight magic trick but yes, it does have healing powers.

Let us go back in time about how did this wonderful practice come into spiritual existence.

Yoga – A History

Yoga is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India. There is a broad variety of yoga schools, practices, and goals in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. Among the most well-known types of yoga are Hatha yoga and Rāja yoga. There are manifold definitions of yoga and several spiritual gurus have given their own definition to this famous practice.

The Linga Purana says, Yoga means Nirvana i.e., the condition of Siva whereas the Holy Bhagvat Gita says, Yoga is a skill in action, it is said to be equanimity which is called to be separated from the contact of suffering.

In the present scenario, several forms of Yoga are practised across the globe from Power Yoga to Beach Yoga, from the formation of a different form of asana to practice of different breathing exercises that help in curbing a lot of psychological and immunity disorders. Hence, yoga is an amazing path of transforming oneself towards spiritual awakening and positive light.

Read on the amazing benefits of practising yoga, if you haven’t started or want to begin practising then reading this post will definitely boost some of your energy.

1. Yoga builds muscle strength
Muscle Strength
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Arthritis, shoulder, cervical and back pain are one of those common physical pains that can attack any human body. Once you start practising yoga, you’ll feel that your muscles can endure many weights than before. There are no second thoughts on muscles that feel stronger, look better.

2. Yoga helps weight loss
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This privilege is no new talk for those who have heard or practised yoga in the past. Yoga helps in a great deal to reduce extra weight from the body. It increases flexibility between the muscles and certain special asana reduce stress levels and can even change hormones that promote weight loss.

3. Protects your Spine
Protects Spine
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Spinal disks—the shock absorbers between the vertebrae that can herniate and compress nerves and muscle movement. That’s the only way they get their vitamins and other nutrients. If you practice the right posture of asana every day then your spine will help keep your disks supple.

4. Boosts Immunity
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With the ever-changing weather and climatic conditions, it is extremely necessary to keep yourself abreast with immunity-boosting exercises and even medicines. Yoga increases the blood flow in the body and kills bacteria and other toxins that are born out of toxic air and water we intake at times. It increases the level of haemoglobin and red blood cells in the body killing the germs whenever one practices it.

5. Drops your blood pressure
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If any member of your family or you yourself are suffering from high BP then Yoga is surely your saviour. Practising Shav Asan helps in a great deal to lower down diastolic blood pressure in the body.

If you are still sitting on that couch or reading this with your eyes glued to that screen then watch out for a Yoga studio nearby and transform your awakening right away. We can vouch for the fact – “Yoga Se Hoga”!

Hailing from New Delhi, Saumya wears her heart on her sleeve for her city. An ailurophile and an author of two novels; she is a voracious reader and divides her time between studying authors and cooks, often simultaneously! Alongside the day job, she’s currently trying to work on a travel blog (The Road Taken and Written) representing India. She can be found on various corners of the internet, but most frequently on Facebook and Twitter as “isaumyakaushik”. If you’re ever interested in discussing Harry Potter, Saumya re-reads the series at least once a year, so drop her a line.

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