Know more about yoga

According to Hindu philosophy Lord Shiva created 840000  asanas out od which today we practise few as a part of Hatha yoga Yoga is just not about Asanas or Pranayama. It’s a science so we call it “Yogashastra”. The practice of brings about stability, poise and balance in body, mind and spirit. Thus one must understand yogashastra in its proper parm and makes it part of their daily life. Infallibly find yoga a highway to happiness & prosperity.

Since the human body & mind are mutually interrelated and interactive yoga has equally considered both mind and body.

It’s proven that the mind influences the body more than the body influences the mind. Therefore Patanjali the great proponent of yogashastra has defined “Yogaschittveattinirodhah” means to control the working of the mind in due course restores stability to a highly unstable mind & health to disease prone body.

Yogashatra has its own unique feature which distinguishes its from other science is that it has through of are the aspect of human life. While thirleing of homers it also becomes imperative to think of them as  a part of social system. Patanjali the pioneer of yogashastra has propounded eight steps of yoga

Propounded eight steps of yoga.

1. Yamas

  • Ahinasa ( Nonviolence)
  • Satya ( Truthfulness)
  • Asteya ( Nonstealing)
  • Brahmacharya
    ( to observe celibacy )
  • Aparigraha
    ( Non possessiveness )

2. Niyam

  • Shaucha ( Cleanliness )
  • Sartoshe ( Contentment )
  • Tapa ( Austerity )
  • Awadhyaya (Self study)
  • Ishwara Pranidhana
    ( Surrender to universal consciousness )

3. Asanas

4. Pranayama

5. Pratyahara

6. Dharana ( Concentration )

7. Dhyan

8. Samadhi

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you will usually practice daily meditation and yoga sessions, spend time in nature, and deeply explore your inner self. Delving into such soothing activities will allow you to still your mind and connect with the power of Divinity.

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