So how is the start of a brand new year.....
We all feel so high, energetic and passionate at the
begining of the year but as time flies our passion flies
with it somewhere in the universe.
So let us make the resolution that we'll not ditch
any resolution that we made...Good to follow for those who
haven't made any...
Well....on a more serious side,why don't we make health
a major concern this year.We all live a very stressful life
and follow a stressful schedule.But from that same busy
schedule if we take out some time for some yoga and exercise,
it will do a whole lot of good to our health.Here i'll give
you a brief introduction on Indian way of purifying the body
The word Yoga comes from Indian philosophy, it literally means union, and
in this context refers to the union of the individual's soul with the universal.
Yoga is an ancient philosophy of life as well as a system of exercises that
encourages the union of mind, body, and spirit. In the words of Patanjali, author
of the Yoga Sutras, "yoga is the ability to focus the mind on a single point
without distraction." Yoga is a physical discipline; it uses the body and
breathing to develop self-awareness and mental clarity.
There is simply no other discipline quite like yoga because it utilized the body,
mind and spirit, all in one practice. Yoga is indeed a spiritual path that is
based on ancient sacred philosophy, but one does not need to make an ethical
decision when practicing yoga, rather finding your own path is wholly accepted.
The holistic benefits of yoga are suitable for the young or old, sick or well,
with any religious background. The secrets of yoga are inwardness, concentration,
and purification of mind and body with cleansing thoughts and food.
In my next article i'll elaborate more the Indian concept of
yoga and meditation....In the mean time brace yourself to follow a