YOGA means union of body, mind and soul.
Patanjali defines YOGA as the cessation of the fluctuations of the mind (Yoga Citta Vrtti Nirodha) and it is practiced through the 8 branches of yoga
ASTEYA: not stealing
APARIGRAHA: not to covet, accumulate
SVADHYAYA: self study
ISVARAPRANIDHANA: devotion to God
Physical practice, static or in motion (flow) to improve balance, mobility, fitness and find true relaxation and recovery, which preserves health and improves the ability to concentrate and self-awareness
Prana is the life force and ayama is the expansion of it.
Practising pranayama means controlling the breath, both inhalation and exhalation, as well as the interruption of one and/or the other.
The qualities and tendencies of the mind dissolve and what remains is the true identity, the individual divine soul
Concentrated practice with awareness and respect for one’s own limits rather than practicing in performance has many positive effects such as letting go, stress relief and awareness of body processes
Attaining one’s true identity where the mind is completely unreflective has a beneficial and relaxing effect on all bodily functions and in particular on the nervous and circulatory systems
The human mind dissolves into the divine mind
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