Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Yoga For Peace & Tranquility

“Yoga is the cessation of the movements of the mind. Then there is abiding in the Seer's own form.” - Patanjali

Yoga is the only way to attain that form; the form that you truly are. The selfless, tranquil and blissful you; ‘the you’ that does not need a reason to be happy. The importance of Yoga has been highlighted time and again and there is a strong urge in all of you to follow the path, which promises to make your body healthy and mind calm.

Yoga for peace and tranquility

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Rules of Yoga:
  • Practice Yoga empty stomach.
  • Relax for 10 seconds at least after each yoga exercise.
  • Wear loose and comfortable clothes for practicing yoga.
  • Do not push your body too much, instead be slow and patient.

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"You cannot do yoga. Yoga is your natural state. What you can do are yoga exercises, which may reveal to you where you are resisting your natural state." - Sharon Gannon

Yoga is nothing but a simple way at getting back together with your former self, your true self. Yoga will not heal you, rather it will tell you that you are wounded. Further it will tell you what needs to be done to heal that wound. 

Yoga for ultimate bliss

"Breathe in a smile; breathe out a chuckle." - Cheri Huber

Enough has been said and read about this ancient art. It is time now to act upon all of it to ensure that you get all the happiness that you deserve, Yoga is the first step towards meditation. It is the grand entrance to physical and mental well being. Wake up to a new you and find that life has much more to offer than you bargain for. Life is out there to offer you all the pleasures, but are you prepared to accept it. We are lost and Yoga is a way to finding the self. Heal the wounded, mend the broken, for life has mysterious ways of offering you your share of happiness and sorrow; and ‘true you’ will accept all without any distinction.

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