Sunday 12 September 2021

The purpose of yoga and the benefits of yogas

Readers, Yoga has become very popular in the modern age and classes teaching yoga have opened up not only in India but all over the world. But sadly, various misconceptions about yoga have become more prevalent. On the occasion of 21st June, which is being celebrated as World Yoga Day, let us discuss yoga in detail today and get the correct information about it.

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Yoga is an invaluable gift from ancient Indian culture to mankind. This knowledge, which was acquired by our ancient sages with the help of Arshadrishti, was introduced in AD. In 2000 BC, Maharshi Patanjali gave it a classical form and divided it into eight steps. He has described these eight steps in his Granth Yogasutra. Hence this yoga path is called Ashtanga Yoga. Asana is the third step of Ashtanga Yoga. Thus yogas are not perfect yoga. Yoga is a way of living a well-organized life and its aim is the science of developing the unlimited power and consciousness of human beings. The practice of yoga gradually develops a person’s consciousness, which ultimately leads to self-realization.

Objective of Yoga: Yoga achieves stability of mind, it gives restraint to the senses. At the root of each of our problems is thought. Emotions arise from thoughts, most of which are negative emotions such as fear, anxiety, frustration, hatred, jealousy etc. These feelings hurt. The aim of yoga is to take the mind away from these negative emotions in a positive direction, with the right practice of yoga one attains physical-mental health and experiences ultimate peace through spiritual experience. The different practices of yoga have the power to prevent certain ailments from occurring. Thus yoga acts as a shield against diseases.


The word ‘aas’ is derived from the original Sanskrit metal ‘aas’, which means ‘to sit’. The word 'asana' can be understood in two ways. One is ‘through which a person sits’ and the other means ‘on which a person sits’.

The first meaning refers to the state of body or mind. Such as Sukhasana - The mind experiences happiness by sitting in this asana, hence the name 'Sukhasana'. Some of the asanas are named according to the position or posture of the body. Such as Padmasana. In this asana, the body is shaped like a lotus (padma), hence the name Padmasana. Moreover, in this asana, the state of mind also becomes like a thousand lotuses.

Maharshi Patanjali has said, ‘Sthir Sukham Asanam’ i.e. asana is a state in which the mind feels a constant feeling of happiness or comfort and in that state the body has to be kept stable.

Today we learn a nice, simple asana, which is an asana for meditation.

In today's fast-paced age, thousands of second-hand moving devices have been invented, while the development story of Ayurveda as a slow-acting treatment in medical science is also moving forward. One of the reasons for this is the "Holistic Approach" of Ayurveda treatment. Born and raised on the land of India, this method of treatment has seen many ups and downs in its thousands of years of life. There are many things in Ayurveda that are prevalent in the general public to some extent, there are many things that have become more prevalent than what is in Ayurveda and some things have not come to light at all. One of such unknowns is the Panchkarma treatment method.

This entire article is written as a question and answer, so that your questions can be easily resolved

What is Ayurveda? Ayurveda has been a method of treatment since ancient times, which was born in India. The word Ayurveda has two words Ayu and Veda. In which age means - life and Veda means - science. Thus, Ayurveda is the science of living life.

The main goal of Ayurveda is to keep the healed person healthy, then to remove the disease of the sick man is another important goal. For this, Ayurveda has given guidance on various medicines, methods of treatment and diet.

The origins of Ayurveda lie in the ancient Vedas - Rigveda, Samaveda, Yajurveda and Atharvaveda. Ayurveda is connected not only with physical but also with mental and spiritual matters.

What is Panchkarma? Panchkarma is a special type of treatment in Ayurveda. Usually in any disease we take medicines, from which the waste that causes the disease is gradually reduced in the body. When Panchkarma treatment, the waste is expelled from the body at once. Just like washing dirty clothes removes stains and impurities from it, in the same way cleansing the body with Panchkarma removes the waste inside the body. According to Ayurveda, air-bile-phlegm is the main cause of the disease, all three of which are called faults. The main place of these defects is the part which is called Roop, from that part the defect is removed by Panchkarma

Punch means five, karma means process, thus the five main processes performed for different diseases are Panchkarma. This consists of five actions, hence known as Panchkarma.

Just as medicine and surgery have different significance in the science of allopathy, so does Panchkarma. Panchkarma is a method that works on the principle of surgery. That is to remove the thing that causes disease in the body. The difference here is that in Panchkarma there are no checks or cuts on the body, but waste is removed from the body by natural means. This process, which is suitable and does not harm the body, gives strength to cure the disease quickly and radically. Punchkarma removes toxins from the body in the form of waste and improves and balances the functions of the body. With this method, in the old - stubborn diseases, there are more faults - rubbish - waste vs. It is expelled from the body and destroyed by the roots.

What are these five processes?

Defecation means diarrhea by medication,
Basti means Ayurvedic enema,
Nasal means nasal spraying and
Raktamokshan means the action of removing bad blood in blood waste
These are the main five actions. And these five are known as Panchkarma.

In addition to these procedures, some other procedures are also done which are known in Ayurveda as lubrication and sweating. This includes a variety of massage and shake procedures. Often this massage and shake is done as the same main treatment.

A side question you may have is whether diarrhea or vomiting can cure the disease? The answer is to understand how the treatment of Panchkarma works.

According to Ayurveda, the process of any person getting any disease is as follows. Exposure to pathogens causes the body to slowly accumulate waste. At the same time it spoils the basic structure of the body, besides the place where the disease occurs in the body creates a certain atmosphere. This has a major effect on digestion (not just digestion in the stomach, but at every level of metabolism). In this way the disease eventually occurs in the body.

Note: Sit in Sukhasana and focus on your breath, while breathing feel that with each breath a lot of positive energy, health, happiness is entering your body and with every exhalation anger, stress, frustration, tension is going out.

Imagine that you are sitting on a chariot of seven white horses and the chariot is descending through your breath into your heart, all over your body. Feel the journey of your breath running inside your body and feel the connection of body, mind and breath. Gradually your breathing will become deeper and more regular and with it your thoughts will also decrease. You will also have less of an unprecedented idea. You will experience the bliss of an unparalleled peace. Your whole body will seem to be dancing and zooming with unparalleled joy.
What is an anti-diet? The simple understanding is that food is the basis of life. Food is the foundation of body constitution, development, intelligence and efficiency. The complex anatomy of the body, from CELLS to psychic cells, is also the basis of nutrition through food. Anna vai prana: - Anna j prana che. So how much effect does food have on the body and mind? But if food is not taken properly - sensibly, chemical disorders occur and our body becomes home to new diseases. After a short meal, if the body's defects increase and a pathogenic condition develops without proper disposal, then the opposite is said to have taken place.

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