On this 21 June, Fourth Internation Yoga day will be celebrated.
Lets we know more about yoga on this occasion of International Yoga Day.
“Yoga is not expressing yourself, it is a determination of who you want to be” – sadguru, Isha foundation.
Yoga is a group of physical, mental and spiritual practices intended for a human being to be equipped with all that he needs to lead a happy life.
It is a practice from ancient India. As we know, India has always been a land where a lot of mystic arts and practices have taken birth.
As centuries past, Science and Technology have relied on Proofs and Yoga survived the test with flying colors. It is beyond the constraints of Age, Sex Or Wealth. It helps to strike a perfect balance for a stress-free life.
Yoga is an answer to any question regarding physical or mental health and wellbeing.
In Hinduism, we have Jnana, Bhakti, Laya, Karma, Hata and Raja Yoga Practices. The term also refers to some practices in Jain and Buddhism.
It was a precious gift from the sages which cannot be limited to religious practices. The Physical Exercises (Asanas) we practice is only one of the branches of yoga. There is much more when you dig down deeper.
Lately, Western countries have been immensely started appreciating the practices and started riping fruits of Yoga.
The Prime Minister of India, Shree Narendra Modi has been striving to inculcate more of Yoga to younger generations.
Larger Sections of the world have turned their eyes around as merely sparing an hour to such practice can turn your life by 360 degrees. In this regard, there is a day contributed to acknowledge and promote the ancient Indian Practice called YOGA DAY. Let us all come together and make our lives much better by starting today.
“Yoga is a path from illness to wellness. It’s a journey from Me to We” – Shree Narendra Modi, The Prime Minister, India.