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Yoga for a transcendent experience

Unread postby Clemen » Sat Oct 29, 2011 3:23 pm

One of the widely translated ancient Indian books might be nothing but the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. You can find that there are more than 50 different English translations itself for the book! But it is not merely the English and the Indians who follow Patanjali’s visions on yoga. You can see people across all the countries learning and practising it since ages.

Some scholars say that it is not Patanjali who is the inventor of the ancient system of yoga. They are of the opinion that the system had been in existence since time immemorial, but it was Patanjali who compiled the techniques for the first time. He included his practical advises along with some theoretical explanations and thus brought out his masterpiece called Yoga Sutras. Yoga Sutra is written in Sanskrit and it is divided into padas or chapters. The physical exercises, breathing exercises and the meditation prescribed in Yoga Sutra had been resorted to by many to attain the path of enlightenment.

Yoga practices aim at bringing harmony to the body and mind. Meditation, which is also called dhyana, is a major tool in attaining harmony. It also helps increase the self-awareness and removes all kinds of limitation of mind. A deeper sense of being and wisdom will be instilled in the mind of the yoga practitioner.Owing to all these qualities, yoga had been made part of Ayurvedic treatments and you may be able to learn its techniques from either an ayurvedic resort or from a yoga practising centre nearby.

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Re: Yoga for a transcendent experience

Unread postby aeronmarino » Wed Feb 15, 2012 11:36 am

Yoga is great for our health. I would like to share that by doing yoga regularly one can easy control their body weight, can have glowing skin, can fight many health diseases. It can reduce your stress and give relief in any type of pain.

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Re: Yoga for a transcendent experience

Unread postby Adam Dixon » Wed Feb 29, 2012 1:58 pm

Yoga is the way of to keep the body feet and which is also very important the human health.It will reduce the level of stress and also the fitness of the body to be healthy.

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Re: Yoga for a transcendent experience

Unread postby abramlinkens » Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:42 pm

The Yoga is one of the best technique to reduce the weight very naturally. You have to do it and practice well on regular basis. The Yoga is best and it can reduce weight, maintain the blood circulation, keep your health good, keep your mind fresh and do so many things.

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Re: Yoga for a transcendent experience

Unread postby adolphsmith » Thu Mar 22, 2012 10:03 pm

For the human being the yoga is the best exercise for weight loss, reduce the blood presser and cancer . so it is the best for all and it is good exercise it has so many type of it .

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Re: Yoga for a transcendent experience

Unread postby openxcellaus » Tue Mar 27, 2012 5:59 am

Yoga is overall body exercise and one of the best exercise for every age person. There are lot of benefits and easy to do. I always do Yoga in the early morning.

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Re: Yoga for a transcendent experience

Unread postby Brunhilde » Mon May 21, 2012 5:57 pm

Yoga is great for our bodies and mind but I don't know why they charge exuberant prices to join the classes or sessions and there are no equipments involved.

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Re: Yoga for a transcendent experience

Unread postby lawtonobgyn » Sat Jul 07, 2012 6:05 am

I also agree that yoga is great for our health, body and inner peace, especially it is best for pregnant ladies.

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