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Yoga Builds A Strong Relationship Between Mind, Body & Soul

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by Bipin Baloni,
Contributing Author, Conscious Reminder

As you all know, the effects of yoga, but you have no idea how far-reaching they are. Yoga is a union of the mind, body, and soul, it is a practice that elevates your mood, invigorates your body, cleanses your spirit, and sharpens your mind. Read further if you are looking for reasons to get started.

Yoga is an ancient practice, which builds a strong relation between the mind, body, and soul. Moreover, the practice is easy and gentle, unlike other exercises which require speed and rigidness. Yoga is suited for everyone regardless of shape, size, age, or fitness level. Practitioners can select the style which suits their range of mobility and speed.

The stretches, bends, twists all combine and work to benefit your mental, physical, and spiritual health. There are visible positive effects, which you will become aware of as time passes by. As you plunge into the practice, you will fall in love with yoga, and you will start to feel deficient whenever you don’t do it.

The classic yoga Guru, Shri B.K.S Iyengar, before he came to know about yoga, was a meek and sickly looking young boy, who constantly suffered from malnutrition and illness due to a weak immune system that was caused by the attack of the influenza pandemic at the time of his birth.

It was his brother-in-law, who introduced him to yoga at the age of 15. Once he started with the wonderful journey of yoga, there was no looking back.

The benefits of yoga come in different ways and different form, so incorporate yoga into your daily routine to reap its rewards.

So, let’s discuss how yoga positively builds our mind, body and soul.

How It Helps in Our Mental Health

In today’s world, everyone is suffering from some or the other mental issues. People are aging faster mentally than physically. It is hard for people to even memorize a four-digit number without writing it down. Yoga is not only a physical workout, but it also works on your mental health.

Regular practice of meditation in yoga helps a person in keeping his or her thoughts positive by transferring them to a state of total blissfulness. The breathing techniques in yoga will also help you in energizing your mind by keeping it fresh and flowing. It will keep away all the negative and stressful thoughts.

Stress and anxiety is a major epidemic in our society, which further creates a lot of mental as well as physical health issues. Yoga can solve all your mental health issues, you only need to be consistent, and the rest will be taken care of by yoga.

It also strengthens the memory and improves concentration power, and it also enhances your mood and sleep. Yoga can boost your sense of energy and self-esteem. Practice yoga daily to make your mind strong enough to deal with health-related issues. 

How It Helps Our Physical Health

Yoga promotes physical health in different ways. It makes your body stronger, toned, and flexible. Yoga tones your muscles also build your muscles. It stretches your muscles by eliminating fat around the cells. Daily practice of yoga strengthens your muscles by making them stronger and tougher.

The most remarkable benefit of yoga is that it helps in attaining flexibility and it is very important before Trekking in Nepal. It is possible that you may not reach your toes during your first day of yoga, but with patience and time, your body will go through some incredible changes.

It will make your stiffness go away. Yoga also helps in lowering blood pressure, which is usually caused by hypertension and one of the most common health concerns. So, people with minor to moderate hypertension might benefit from a daily practice of yoga.

Yoga has various weight-bearing exercises, which can help build healthy bones. It is scientifically proven that the everyday practice of yoga may lessen the risk of heart diseases. Yoga keeps your body fit and healthy by keeping you energized and activated.

How It Helps In Our Spiritual Health

Spirituality, in yoga, means to be alive, it has nothing to do with religion. It means to live life to the fullest without being attached to any worldly needs. It is a practice of obtaining happiness by being able to connect to yourself. Yoga, along with meditation, can add so many benefits in terms of spirituality.

Yoga balances the unbalanced body while meditation focuses on keeping the soul calm and still, providing a deep sense of tranquility, and also helps in increasing mindfulness of yourself and your surroundings. Yoga helps people find the path to inner peace through compassion and love for themselves and as well as for others.

Through the daily practice of yoga, you will realize that there is more to life than your goals, emotions, and thoughts. Some of the yoga postures are so intense that it opens up your heart chakra, crown chakra, and also stimulates your third eye. Yoga will help you in feeling a divine connection with your soul that cannot be conveyed in words yet gives us the power to feel supported in the gloomiest days.

The practice not only makes your body healthy, but it even oozes out negativity and relaxes your mind. The deeper you diffuse yourself into yoga, the stronger would be the connection between your mind, body, and soul. Regular practice of yoga can truly open the door to harmony, peace, laughter, and love. 

About the Author: Bipin Baloni is a passionate Yogi, Yoga Teacher and a Traveler in India. He organize 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Nepal. Bipin Baloni conducts Yoga Retreats in Nepal. He loves writing and reading books related to yoga, health, nature, Himalayas and Trekking in India.

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