Health and Fitness

Importance & Benefits of Yoga

Before trying to understand the importance of yoga, it is necessary to assimilate its definitions which come to a point and stay .. Moksha. Here we will observe the importance of yoga, some simple asanas and pranayama including kumbhak, laxative etc. so that you can understand yoga and pranayama and move forward and transform yourself into yoga.

According to Maharishi Patanjalikrit Yogasutra, ‘Yogashichittavritti nirodha’ means the stopping of chitta vrittis is called yoga. The goal of yoga is to remove this mind (mind) from the world and concentrate in the divine by stopping the mind wandering and getting entangled with the senses. Those who accelerate the practice and quietness of removing the mind from the senses and subjects, can attain the status of yoga soon.

Shraddha (devotional belief) is the primary reason for engaging in yoga (sadhana) without yoga. If there is a lack of devotion, there is a delay in the seeker’s progress, there is no need for any other qualification or specific situation for the instrument.

When you understand the eight limbs of yoga and move in the direction of yoga, it is called ashtanga yoga, which has yama, niyam, asana, pranayama, pratyahar, dharna, meditation and samadhi. Before understanding the asanas, it is necessary to take all the eight limbs, otherwise the subjects of yoga etc. will remain incomplete.

Yoga asanas

  1. These are the five Yams of Yama – Ahimsa, Satya, Asteya (not stealing), Brahmacharya (all eight types of sexes .. all kinds of practical remembrance, listening, utterance, observation, kelly, adornment, cavitation and plenary). And aparigraha (lack of collection).
  2. The rules are also five – defecation (keeping the mind and body always clean), contentment (being satisfied with the work performed while performing duty), penance, self-study (reading of spiritual books) and God-awakening. .
  3. Asana – Asana (without moving) and sitting comfortably is said to be the posture, there are many differences of asanas in Hatha Yoga but in reality the posture which can be stable for the maximum duration can be called its appropriate posture.

In the Srimad Bhagavadgita there is no name of any posture-posture, it is just that the body, throat and head are in a straight line. Stability of the body in the posture helps the sensory group to stop the body and put it in God.

  1. Pranayama – Pranayama has been said to establish the process of question confidence in a balanced sequence of irregularities. These four are – externality or laxative (for as long as the breath can be stopped easily by exhaling from the nasal cavity), ascendancy or supplementation (in which the intake of the vital life is taken and kept as long as possible for maximum pleasurable duration).

Stambhavruti or Kumbhak (in any moment, as much as the soul is inside and as much as the air is outside it at the same time as it is for the most comfortable period), IV or Moola Pranayama (in this, with the quietness of the mind and the gem in favored thinking Death is automatically blocked). It is worth noting that in every type of pranayama, there should be a mantra of your favorite.

  1. Pratyahara – purifying the mind and senses, merging the externalities of the senses from all sides and merging them in the mind is called pratyahar. Now the thoughts of worldly subjects have to be removed completely from the mind. Now the mind does not get distracted by the sensory subjects and stays in the eternal.
  2. Dharana – By practicing yoga till Pranayama, such ability comes that you can place the mind wherever you want, as if you can focus the eyes with the mind on the star seen in the sky, that is, anything held in the mind Can, fix the mind in God.
  3. Meditation – After attaining in the mind of God, all the circles also remain fixed in the same God, this is meditation.
  4. Samadhi – When the mind becomes aware of a matter that is not aware of any matter and then after the mind and its vices are completely omitted, ‘I’ also starts to realize the unity of being in zero, then it is called Samadhi.

Some commonly used simple asanas and pranayama:

  1. Shavasana: In this, by laying a mat or point-cloth on the ground on the back or if nothing is found, you have to lie on cow dung or other clean flat land. Let the body lie upright and keep the hands and feet in a straight line and try to concentrate on any place on the sky or close the eyes between the eyebrows.
  2. Surya Namaskar : Surya Namaskar or the sun salutation is a great yoga sequence with many benefits. Performing surya namaskar daily will help you to stay fit and eliminate stress.
  3. Kapalabhati Pranayama: By sitting upright and taking deep breaths, the stomach is inflated and the stomach is exhaled while exhaling fast, this asana is very useful in respiratory diseases including pulse.
  4. Padmasana: Everyone must have seen Buddha and Mahavira sitting in this posture, in this posture the upper part of the waist including the spinal cord is kept completely upright.

Importance and benefits of Yogasana:

The details of spiritual uplift including many mental and physical benefits have already become clear, in the same way, Yoga Asanas have been found to be very useful for various diseases (mental diseases) and diseases (somatic diseases).

  1. Normalization of blood pressure and the circulation of blood throughout the body remains smooth.
  2. To keep the mind calm
  3. To eliminate the causes of anxiety and sorrow
  4. In mitigation of heart diseases
  5. Different parts of the body, joints and muscles activism increases
  6. Useful in relief from respiratory disorders
  7. The digestive system and internal glands are removed.
  8. Immunity increases

Precautions while doing yoga posture:

  1. It is not easy to bend the various parts of the body randomly and diagonally, do it in a controllable position after seeing the asana specialist.
  2. If there is any disease or any other special deformity of the spinal cord or internal organs, do not practice complex asanas at all, anyone can do Shavasana.

If you would like to gain in-depth knowledge about yoga and meditation and learn under the guidance of professional yoga gurus, you can join yoga school in Rishikesh and start your journey to salvation.

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Kushagra Bhatnagar

Kushagra Bhatnagar is a Yoga Lover, Writer, Traveler and blogger having deep knowledge about yoga asanas. and meditation techniques. You can find him practising Yoga at Rishikesh YTTC or hiking somewhere in the Himalayas.

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