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Surya Yoga for Addiction

Surya Yoga for Addiction

We get addicted to anything. One of the major problem which affects today’s youth is addiction. There are biological, genetic and environmental consequences of developing an addiction. More importantly, there is also an emotional consequence, of developing an addiction. Surya Yoga in its foundation is only detachment. As its foundation, is based on “Citta Vritti Nirodha” which means annihilation of the tendencies of mind, it remains as a perfect tool for de-addiction or in more generalized term – detachment. Eliminating the social risk of Addiction by Surya Yoga Therapy The central foundation of addiction, are the changes, which happens when the brain interacts with the environment. This interaction makes the basis of how we make choices and decisions in our life. If we make some choices towards certain addicting...

Top 10 Reasons to Practice Surya Yoga

Top 10 Reasons to Practice Surya Yoga

So, you want to get out of the disease cycle? Disease cycle is a vicious circle, where the cure of one disease, creates another disease, as a side effect. You have experienced it, day in and day out. The different medicines you buy from medicine shop, creates a number of diseases, as a side effect. By just googling the name of the medicine, you can know particulars of those diseases, which are created as a side-effect. Here are the top ten reasons for opting ‘Surya Yoga Therapy’ to get out of the disease cycle. No Side Effect That’s the blessing of Surya Yoga therapy. You really don’t have a side effect. If you want, you can always continue to use them for a lifetime. It Heals Naturally This is the beauty of Surya Yoga...

Kundalini Yoga and the Awakening

Kundalini Yoga and the Awakening

Kundalini Yoga - Yoga in Hindi The most powerful yoga is known as the Kundalini Yoga. It is powerful that it was called the mother of all the Styles of Yoga. This type of yoga awakens the base of our spine which is known as the Muladhara Chakra. The word Kundalini was derived from Kunda which means “pot”. Kundalini Sadhna is described to be the coiled energy that looks like a serpent which has three and a half coils which are resting at the bottom of the spine. The three coils in Kundalini Yoga are known as the three Gunas which are the Sattva, Rajas, Tamas. The VIkritis represent the half coil. In anatomy, the kundalini is found in the perineum region of our body. For the males,...

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Ashtanga Yoga – Is it right for you?

Ashtanga Yoga is the type of yoga which was developed and founded by K. Pattabhi Jois. This type of yoga is known as the Eight Limb Yoga which has revolved in Pattanjali's enormous idea. It presented that the path of purification is made up of the eight spiritual practices. The first four limbs that represent Ashtanga Yoga are – yama, niyama, Asana and the Pranayama. These are considered cleansing practices which are externally correctable. The other set of limbs which are the – pratyahara, dhyana, dharana are the internal practies. These limbs can only be corrected by the proper application of the Ashtanga Yoga method. This type of yoga method is quite dangerous to the mind. K. Pattabhi Jois said that practicing these Eight Limbs and also its...

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The Five Traditional Branches of Yoga [Infographic]

Yoga is the perfect opportunity to be curious about who you are. ~ Jason Crandell Since ancient times, yoga has been compared to a tree with different branches. These branches epitomize a unique aspect of life. However, these branches go beyond the physical practice of yoga postures and breathing techniques. Most people are acquainted with asanas and pranayamas and assume it is all about that. But within the realm of these branches, yoga extends beyond the obvious. Hatha, which is the branch that deals with postures and breath control, is just one of the five branches. Yoga, as a whole, goes beyond the physical practice and encompasses the spiritual growth of an individual. It helps us harmonize ourselves with universal consciousness. As we expand our being, we come...

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Yoga Exercises – Poses for Everyday Life

Yoga is a useful and highly beneficial practice that can be employed in every part of our lives. Different poses promote various moods and are applicable to a different part of your day. Whether you’re working out, cooling down, or trying to unplug before bed, we’ve compiled a list of helpful and enjoyable yoga poses. Yoga Exercises - Poses for Toning and Yoga for Weight Loss It can be difficult to find time to hit the gym during the regular hustle and bustle of life. If you’ve been staying late at work and feeling exhausted, you might not be feeling as motivated to take your morning run. Yoga is an alternative and an attractive one because it can be done right in the comfort of your living room. Yoga...

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Yoga Exercises – Basic Yoga Moves to Improve Balance, Mood and Flexibility

By Dr. Mercola Yoga postures and yoga exercises may not be something you've thought about for the purposes of improving your overall health and wellness. But research shows that even a daily, two-minute routine can strengthen core muscles throughout your body. Simple yoga moves can also improve your balance, increase your flexibility and even boost your mood. They can be tailored to every fitness level and come with advantages for your attitude and outlook, as well. Performed daily or at least three days a week, slowly but surely you'll find yourself becoming stronger, more flexible, and with a fresher outlook for your day. Special equipment is not a requirement. You need a few square feet of space and a mat, but don't let that stop you from starting...