So the big question you have is how to meditate properly and is there even such thing as properly today there’s so many modalities so many different ways people say guided meditation visualization chakra, meditation music,meditation so many different meditations and I thought instead of me answering those questions for you to actually have grandmaster akshar here,thank you to share his wisdom on this topic. there’s so many modalities so many different ways people say…"How to meditate properly"
BENEFITS • Stretches the entire spine • Improves circulation of blood in the lower extremity • Massages abdominal organs • Stimulates the glandular systems Beginners – Follow the sequence from positions 1 – 3 only. Intermediate – PLOW: From the final raised position in SHOULDER STAND, bring the legs forward and begin to lower the feet until they are above and behind the back of the head. The legs remain straight. Slowly release the position…"SARVANG asana"
Bhagavad Gita aims at spiritual emancipation of mankind. For this purpose, Lord Krishna has prescribed various paths of self-realisation. Though these paths known as yogas focus on different aspects of human life such as gyan yoga on knowledge, karma yoga on work and bhakti yoga on love and devotion ; but all these means of spiritual upliftment seek the same goal i.e. liberation of the soul. Path of Gita is the path of liberation which…"Gyan, Karma and Bhakti Yoga in the Gita"
Specific yoga asanas assist to realign the joints, increase flexibility, restore normal range of motion, and improve overall posture.Asanas also indirectly balance the nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory, endocrine, and digestive systems.The systems in the body work as a symbiotic unit, where a positive change in one system usually results in a complimentary change in all the other systems.On the other hand, if asanas are incorrectly practiced, serious complications may result in the systems mentioned above. AGE…"Yoga practice tips"
There are 4 sequential ways to direct awareness during asana practice: BODY: The awareness is focused on the actual physical movements, the interaction between the various components of the body, i.e. bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, abdominal organs, etc.. This method of practice includes single-pointedness in the physical body. MIND: The focus is placed on disassociating from the thoughts arising in the mind as the body stretches further into the asana. BREATH: The body and mind…"AWARENESS DURING ASANA PRACTICE"