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10 Surprising Benefits Yoga can add to your Life

The Universe, Yoga, and You

By The Breatharian BloggerPublished 12 months ago 4 min read

Yoga has been around for centuries, and originated in India.

It's a system of physical, mental and spiritual disciplines that helps improve your overall health and wellbeing.

The key to yoga is achieving balance and harmony between your body, mind and spirit.

The physical disciplines of yoga include the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises). These help to improve strength, flexibility, and circulation.

The mental disciplines of yoga include the practice of concentration and meditation, which help to calm the mind and promote inner peace.

The spiritual disciplines of yoga include the practice of ethical principles and self-inquiry, which help to promote self-awareness and wisdom.

How does your Yoga Practice impact the universe?

It is said that whatever is in the universe is in the body and whatever is in the body is in the universe.

Just like if there is one pin prick in the body, yet the discomfort is felt by the whole body. Similarly, if there is an imbalance in any unit of the universe, it impacts the whole universe.

The impact may be minute but still there is an impact.

We usually tend to dissociate ourselves with the universe, but we are actually a part of the universe.

Each of us is a single unit which is perfectly connected with the universe.

Any disruption in our body has a minute negative impact on the universe. At the same time, the healthy functioning of the body has a very minute positive impact on the universe.

Just like planting a single tree, though very insignificant when compared to the universe, does have an impact on the universe by giving oxygen to the environment.

Likewise, even a single sincere yoga practitioner has a positive impact on the universe because that person is working on increasing his prana energy.

Even an increase in prana energy on an individual level has a positive impact on the whole universe.

Do you see now how powerful this practice is?

Here are some benefits of practicing Yoga:

1. Yoga helps you Become Flexible

Yoga has many benefits, one of which is increased flexibility.

With regular practice, you will be able to contort your body into positions you once thought impossible.

This newfound flexibility will also lead to better range of motion in your joints, lessening the likelihood of pain or injury.

2. Yoga reminds you to Breathe

Yoga is a great way to focus on your breath and control your breath.

Every time you take a yoga class, you are reminded to focus on your breath and to control your breath.

This is a great way to improve your overall health and well-being.

Yoga is a great way to relax and take some time for yourself. Breathing is the foundation of all yoga practices.

3. Yoga helps you to truly accept yourself with patience and kindness

Yoga is a great way to learn to accept yourself, with patience and kindness.

It can be difficult to be patient with yourself, but yoga can help you to learn how to be gentle with yourself and to be patient when things are tough.

Yoga can also help you to develop a sense of kindness towards yourself, which can be really useful when you're feeling insecure or doubtful.

4. Yoga benefits Heart Health

Yoga is great for your heart! It can help lower blood pressure, improve circulation, and reduce stress and anxiety.

Yoga can also help strengthen the heart muscle and improve overall cardiovascular fitness.

5. Yoga improves your strength and balance

Yoga is a great workout for improving your strength and balance.

It's a low-impact form of exercise that can help you build muscle and improve your flexibility.

Yoga can help improve your posture and alleviate pain in the lower back and joints.

6. Yoga helps you sleep better

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If you're having trouble sleeping, yoga might be worth a try.

A lot of people find that doing yoga before bedtime can help them sleep better.

Yoga can help you sleep by relaxing your body and mind and by improving your sleep habits.

7. Yoga helps you to connect with people

Yoga is a great opportunity to connect with others and be present in the moment.

It's a chance to be aware of your body and how it feels in relation to the people around you.

For this reason, Acro-Yoga is also useful. By harmonizing both of your bodies, it is a great way to increase your bond with your partner.

8. Yoga helps to release trauma and stress

Yoga can help to release stored trauma in the body, allowing the individual to move through life with a greater sense of confidence and ease.

The calming effects of yoga on the body and mind can help promote a sense of peace and well-being.

9. Yoga means more energy

Yoga gives you more energy because it helps your body relax and release tension.

When your body is relaxed, it can function more efficiently and with less effort.

This increased efficiency means your body has more energy to spend on other activities.

Remember: The more relaxed the body, the easier the energy flows.

10. Yoga promotes self care

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Yoga is all about taking care of yourself, physically and mentally.

The physical postures and controlled breathing help you to focus and relax, while the meditation component lets you tap into your inner thoughts and feelings.

Thanks for reading! I trust this inspired you to give yoga a chance. See the benefits of this powerful practice for yourself and your health.

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