Have you ever thought what a wonderful day would it be when you know that all that's wellness starts from inside you, you already know that what you do as a daily routine, more like the activities that make your natural routine; nothing extra addition or subtraction, this apparently represents the person you are, if you are not happy on the inside, your nerves and cells will show it on the outside, similarly if you are not well on the inside, it leaves an effect on every organ in your body and will show on the outside sooner or later.
"Everything you do; directly effects your emotions and feelings; every emotion will directly effect your organ functioning; which will directly effect your health and wellness."
Now, I know how busy you are and I know the world will never be enough for you to get enough of it, you work so hard to find a perfect life and make the best of it. Inside; you’ve always been so beautifully flourished creation of the divine no matter what your outer appearance and deeds say.
You deserve a blessing of a perfect health and bliss, don’t you?
Well, even if you can’t manage to find enough time to workout till your body has had enough, there are some basic daily habits you can adopt and follow with a sense of discipline added with some faith, and you’ll start to have that healing process stimulated in no time. It’s not something that you have to add on but something that simply replaces some of your daily gestures, the only difference would be that these will find a connection within your nerves, stimulates the functions of your glands, realign your body and will correct your posture, promoting a smooth circulation throughout your body, and a healthy YOU.
PRANAM_NAASTE (Anjali Mudra)
This simple hand gesture has remained with us Indians since ancient times, Yogis often use it in the beginning and while concluding a flow, and also in between a lot of asana, but do you know how it effects your body from science perspective. It stimulates different brain glands & direct energy flow within the body by just touching fingertips in different patterns, keeps the doshas and tissues in a state of balance.
CROSS LEG SITTING POSITION & MAINTAINING A STRAIGHT BACK
With all the modernization and technical advancements, we have so much of luxury and leisure around us that even our body has adopted to a chair and sofa, in search of it’s own leisure, but do you know what we miss in all this?
We miss the touch of nature, the gratitude to the surrounding and leaves a great impact on our body, adopting to a posture that keeps us grounded, keeps our posture correct, infuses a great deal of healing process inside the body and it’s organ functioning. It’s full of Physiological benefits, and removes the muscle fatigue by decreasing the internal and external oblique activities, contributes to the stability of the joint stability by compressing the sacroiliac joints, calms the nerves and releases the tension from it, it keeps our Heart healthy as sitting cross legged puts less pressure on the body and the heart, and an even distribution of prana (the Vital Force) in the body the many reasons why we call it SUKHASANA.
On the other hand, it automatically keeps the back straight, and maintaining a straight back will relieve you from the lower back ache, and stress. A correct posture decreases your risk to osteoarthritis and various types of stress issues, improves the balance and stability. Facilitating a better breathing by opening the lungs. Decreases stress on the ligaments holding spinal joints in place and hence keeping the spine healthy.
DRINKING WARM WATER
We are all aware that it is important that we keep our water level up to the mark in order to remain hydrated, healthy and smooth functioning of the organs. Let’s add up the warm water, one or two-three glasses on a daily note, some warm water in the morning promotes the betterment of intestinal movement, otherwise also; it relaxes the blood vessels, digestive tract stimulating the digestive organ function, promotes the body’s persistence by activating the smooth functioning of all our organs. It curbs the appetite, helps in breaking down the fat molecules, hence reduces the belly fat.
“When the breath is unsteady, all is unsteady; when the breath is still; all is still. Control the breath carefully. Inhalation gives strength and a controlled body; retention gives steadiness of mind and longevity; exhalation purifies body and spirit. "
You should know that the wellness you seek is in your own hands, a conscious breathing heightens the sense of awareness and deepens the relaxation, a deep breathing with awareness has been scientifically proven to be beneficial for your Heart, Brain, Digestion and Immune, it can immediately relieve you from tension and stress as it alters the blood pH, changing the blood pressure and stimulation of stress releasing hormones in the glands, it keeps you calmer than usual, on a motivational note, supports the fat reduction.
Stimulates the function of the Lymphatic System, which are responsible for the detoxification of the body hence a step towards your weight management, increases your energy and stamina.
Deep breathing should be slow and gentle. Remember to fill the abdomen, not just the chest. A simple way to make sure you are doing this is to place one hand on your stomach and another one on your chest. Breathe deeply and make sure your hand on your stomach is rising. Try to be aware of your breath, heartbeat and to release tension from your body.
A good vibe promotes your inner wellness which apparently reflects on your outer presence. Mantras have remarkable benefits on your body, a simple daily chanting of “OM” or the food offering prayer or the one to the water before sipping your first glass in the morning would not be hard.
गङ्गे च यमुने चैव गोदावरि सरस्वति । नर्मदे सिन्धु कावेरि जलेऽस्मिन् संनिधिं कुरु ॥
"Om Gange cha Yamune Cha Godavari Saraswati.
Narmade Sindhu Kaveri Jalesmin sannidhim kuru."
(O Holy Ganga Yamuna Godavari and Saraswati, Narmada, Sindhu, Kaveri… please be present in this water and make it Holy)
ब्रह्मार्पणं ब्रह्म हविः ब्रह्माग्नौ ब्रह्मणा हुतम् । ब्रह्मैव तेन गन्तव्यं ब्रह्मकर्मसमाधिना ॥ " Brahmarpanam Brahmahavir Brahmaganau Brahmahutam
Brahmaiva Taiva Gantavyam Brahmakarm Samadhinam."
(O Lord, Becoming the life-fire in the bodies of living beings, mingling with the subtle breaths I digest the four kinds of food, remembering the divine and offering to the divine, every intake becomes the divine)
Daily mantra chanting induces positive energy inside the sadhaka’s body and hence gives a relief from stress, anxiety, and depression. It also calms the nerves, mind and soul, helping you to find a deeper sense of love gratitude hope faith and a deeper connection to your Individual Self.
All these practices can simply sneak into your daily habits, and they will watch over you forever 😊
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