Meditation can strip off the day’s stress, and replace it with inner peace. Here is how you can swiftly learn to do meditation in times when you need it most.


Meditation In The Modern-Day World

The world has always been like this-full of frenzy. It’s normal to feel anxious. The world is also going to plague you with worries if you’re not equipped to counter them. That’s why, we have the practice of meditation, which takes us beyond the net of imagination and self-created worries for ourselves and others. 

Meditation lets us dismantle this illusion of anxious worry and constant strife in life. We can experience life most beautifully, as it has been gifted to us by Nature. All you need is to spend a few minutes in meditation every day to get back to a calm and peaceful state.

And practicing meditation does not require any special qualification. Anyone can learn to meditate. You don’t need any special devices for that. Sometimes, just sitting close to nature can bloom into meditation. It’s a free method to regain your loss of true sense of purpose and self-belief for everyone.

 Modern-Day World

Also, meditation does not require any special setup. As long as you can be close to yourself, you can meditate. Simple meditation techniques watching the breath are practicable even during tough business meetings.

Reasons To Practice Meditation

Meditation leads to a feeling of peace and brings a balance to your emotional well-being and general health. It helps you to relax and counter the imbalance due to excessive stress. It helps you change your focus on the calming effect. Meditation helps you to remain centered and stay grounded.

  1. Meditation Leads to Emotional and Physical Well-Being

Overall, meditation builds your mental strength and resilience to face challenging situations. There are several emotional and physical benefits of meditation.

  • Brings you a new perspective in testing situations
  • It helps to manage stress
  • Ushers self-awareness
  • Brings back focus
  • Helps to counter negative emotions
  • Enhances creativity
  • Increases patience and tolerance
  • Improves sleep quality

And much more.

Emotional and Physical Well-Being

Meditation is not an exercise; it is a beautiful practice you would love to do again and again. Additionally, it can also help you manage the symptoms of a few medical conditions.

  1. Meditation Helps Bring Resilience to Illness

Medical conditions seem to get worsened by stress. There is ongoing scientific research on the benefits of meditation. Documented evidence suggests a positive impact of different kinds of meditation through the effects on certain body metrics.

Some research tells you that meditation helps people in managing conditions like:

  • Anxiety
  • Asthma
  • Cancer
  • Chronic pain
  • Depression
  • High blood pressure
  • Sleep problems
  • Headaches and migraines.
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Always talk to your health care provider to understand if meditation can help take care of your specific medical condition. Few meditative practices can worsen symptoms of certain mental health issues in rare cases. On the whole, meditation helps complement traditional medicine. 

Different Types Of Meditation

Meditation covers various methods which lead to a relaxed state of being. Several types of meditative techniques take you to the ultimate state of calmness inside. Meditative techniques help you to achieve peace within.

Types Of Meditation

Ways to meditate can include:

  • Yoga. It involves the performance of a series of postures with appropriate breathing exercises. It scratches the tightened muscles, leading to a more flexible body and a calm mind. The practice requires pointed focus.
  • Guided Meditation: This mediation involves visualization imagery or where you form mental images of situations you get relaxed with. This meditation involves participation of all of the senses like smell, sight, sound and texture. A guide or teacher leads you through this process.
  • Yog Nidra. This is again a guided visualisation method which works deep on the subconscious mind to clear it gradually.
  • Mantra Meditation: Meditation is the method where one repeats the phrase or a word silently. Focusing on a mantra helps you to get rid of distracting thoughts in the first place and consolidates the mind on the other.
  • Mindfulness meditation. This meditation requires being mindful with practising higher awareness to accept life in the present moment. It requires witnessing the flow of thoughts. 
  • Qi gong. This meditation involves relaxed focus, physical movement and breathing exercises to bring about a balance. This practice is a part of traditional Chinese Medicine.
  • Transcendental meditation. Transcendental meditation involves chanting a personally assigned mantra in a certain way, generally with measured breath. This is an effortless meditative practice giving profound rest to the  mind. 

Meditation in Daily Life

Different types of meditation may include different features to help you meditate. These may vary depending on whose guidance you follow or who’s teaching a class. Some of the most common features in meditation include:

  • Engage in prayer. Prayer is the most widely practised meditation. Prayers connect you with your inner being universal conscious. It’s said, silent prayers are the best prayers, when you feel the trust and the love to Universal Consciousness. But, you may use words to feel a connection. You may choose any mantra like the holy name of God from Christian tradition, or the Om mantra of Hinduism, Buddhist mantra and any other mantra from Eastern religions.
  • Watch The Breath. Even-paced breathing involving your  diaphragm helps expand your lungs. Theis breathing helps you draw in more  oxygen and breathe more efficiently.
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  • Sit By Yourself. Just sitting by yourself in a quiet place without cell phones, television, in your favourite corner of your home, your garden, park or in natuarlpakce  can help clear many unnecessary thoughts over time. 
  • Relaxed Pose. Meditation happens when you are sitting, lying down, walking, and wherever you are in a comfortable posture during meditation.
  • Focus on Mantra or One-pointed Gaze. Focus on your breath, silent murmuring of your personal mantra or a focused gaze (trataka) on a natural object or flame in a dark room, helps you to meditate deeply. 
  • Practice Inclusiveness. When you’re in a non-judgemental state of mind, it is a meditative state. Do not indulge with thoughts, just let things go with the flow.
  • Scan Your Body. This technique requires you to focus attention on different body parts. As you get more aware of your body’s sensations, whether relaxation, stress, pain, or tension, scanning them alongside breathing exercises brings back your lost connection with your inner being.
  • Walking Meditation. Walking can become a state of meditation giving you a good way to relax. You can use this technique whether you’re walking in a tranquil forest, or sidewalk or at the mall. This is a form of ‘siddha walking.’ Focusing on your legs and feet helps and you may say action words like ‘lifting,’ while lifting each foot, ‘moving’ while taking a step forward, and ‘placing’ while placing it on the ground. Also, focus on the smells, sounds and sights around you.
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  • Reflective Reading. People report the benefits of sacred texts or scriptures, for some time during the day and then reflect on their meaning. Listening to soothing music, spoken words, or inspiring notes and discussing your reflectivism with a spiritual guide or a like-minded friend is another way to become meditative.
  • Practice Loving Kindness. Meditation transforms negative emotions into positive ones. For example, it can transform anger to compassion, lust to true love just as energy changes one form to another. This helps to improve the way we feel connected to others.

Building Your Meditative State

Let meditation enter swiftly into your life. Everyday practice is going to increase the depth of meditation. Don’t be too harsh on yourself. Go with the flow. It’s normal for your mind to wander during meditation, especially in the start. If this happens, slowly and gently return your mind to the point of meditation. 

Overall, meditation helps you to lower your stress and feel better. But, most importantly, it adds a sense of purpose to our life. It not only increases our well being but also makes our life a splendid story or a sweet play going on, irrespective of lifestyle and choices you have made to make the most of your potential. It’s the salt in your dish. You have to experience it, practise it to know this! So, start today.


Meditation is a must for the modern man. Making  little effort to get meditative wil give immense benefits which are experienced to be known.- Just as a sweet dish needs to be eaten to know its taste! They cannot just be described as many of them may also be extrasensory blissful experiences. Not to mention, a focused and centred mind, a happier life, a resilient you and and a valuable human being of an ordinary person is what meditation creates.

Did you know the words medicine and meditation come from the root word-medi, which means ‘to heal’ in Latin. While medicine is used to treat diseases in the physical body, it appears that meditation is the medication needed by our soul body and our mind. 

To understand meditation, we need to understand our mind. 

What is Mind?

Vedic texts describe the mind as the sum total of our thoughts, conviction, anti-thoughts, emotions of nine kinds, perception, wrong perception. 

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Our mind experiences emotions, which are placed in 9 basic categories: 

  • Shringara-Love/Beauty
  • Hasya-Laughter
  • Karuna -Sorrow
  • Raudra-Anger
  • Veera-Heroism/Courage
  • Bhayanaka-Terror/Fear
  • Bibhatsa- Disgust
  • Adbutha-Surprise/wonder
  • Shantha-Peace or tranquillity
Nine Kinds of Emotions Ayurveda

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Based on the level and the kind of activity, the mind is found to exist in 5 states. 

These are described by Sage Patanjali-

Kshipt: Disturbed state of mind due to a known reason.

Vikshipt: Disturbed state of mind due to unknown reason

Moodha: Lost state of mind. 

Ekagra: Focused and one-pointed attentive state of mind

Nirodha- Equanimous state of mind very close to meditative state

Also, as per our ancient Vedic scriptures, mind is just one form of the tool Nature has given us to contemplate. Mind is actually a form of ‘antahkarana’. Antahkarana means a tool (karana) which gathers information from outside and brings it inside (anta-ha) .

And there are 4 states of Antahkarana

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Mind (Mann): The conscious mind which functions as per sensory exprines, penceptions, feelings, emotions, and thought, conviction (sankalpa), anti thoughts to convisn (vikalpa). The more free the mind is of unneeded emotions and thoughts, anti thoughts, the better it functions and is said to be clear. A clear mind  can make a string sankalpa, which will manifest in the real world.  

Intellect (Buddhi): The faculty of antahkarana which makes a decision. Out of many anti- thoughts or vikalpa, the intellect chooses one, it determines what will come to be in the form action. It’s the decisive power of antahkarana.

Subconscious (Chitta): Which is like a camera which records each event, each moment of our lives, present, past and future. It misses nothing we do or what happens to us through sensory or extrasensory experience. It has impressions of whatever we have been through like a dormant seed. This seed, when given the right conditions to flourish, matures in conscious action and bears fruit in time. Its impressions are deeply related to our karmic account.

Ego- Sense of “I” ness (Ahankara): We all feel that we exist. No one says -’I don’t exist’. This feeling of being distinct from the others, our environment, and everything else is ahankara or I-ness. It’s due to I-ness that we don’t realise our oneness of being with the whole of the cosmos. But, we perceive ourselves to be this small human being. It requires, humongous effort to get rid of ahankara. Scriptures mention that for this purpose, one needs help from a Realized Master. 

Coming to stress and anxiety in daily life; we can relate them to the kshipt and vikshipt states of mind. Through the root of the vikshipt mind lies in the subconscious or chitta.

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Now, Let’s Analyse What Makes Our Mind Feel Happy.

When whatever expectation we had formed in our mind from the external world, it gets met, our mind feels happy.

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What is Sadness?

It’s the state of mind we experience in finding situations not in accordance with our expectations.

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Sometimes, it doesn’t seem related to any apparent reason in the present. All is going well and still you feel it’s missing. Our mind is sad. This is closely related to the vikshipt state of mind. The reason is somewhere in the subconscious, in the immediate physical world. So, without reason the mind is depressed or sad. Somehow, it’s related to first hand experience of expectations not being met at some point in time in the past.

Now, let’s delve deeper into this.

Why is it that the mind feels happy in reality? What happens inside the subtle realms that the ‘moon’ of happiness rises in the mind. 

For this, we need to delve deeper within our being.

You might think, I have gone bonkers.

Wait a minute.

Let’s see this chart

5 koshas

You know, our scriptures clearly tell us that we, as human beings, are comprised of 5 subtle levels of bodies or treasures or cases.

What are they?

Yes, coming onto that.

The first layer of your physical existence is your gross body-Annamaya Kosha, our body made from food.

Second is mind- Manomaya Kosha (body made from thoughts, anti-thoughts, feelings , emotions, vipraya, wrong knowledge).

Third, Pranmayi Kosha- this is the energy body, the subtle part of food or elements which give life to our gross body and mind.  Prana also connects the mind to the body. It is closely related to our breath. Changing breathing patterns has an effect on prana and it also modifies the mind. So, deeper breathing enhances prana and strengthens the mind (calms it down).

Fourth, Vigyanmayi Kosha. This or the subtle body which understands everything about the external world, comprises our five senses dealing with the external world. These are powers to see in the eyes, power to hear in ears, power to smell in the nose, and the power of the skin to feel touch, heat, cold, and stimuli, tonhou to taste. 

Fifth is the Anandamayi Kosha or bliss body.  This is the subtle body or treasure case around our Real Self, which (hold your breath!) is related to bliss and happiness. It is a blissful body. It’s situated closest to the real You. Just outside the Real Me (Atman) is the anandamayi kosha.

When this anandamaya kosha reflects in your manomayi ksosha, you get the feeling of happiness or bliss.

So, why does this happen on fulfilment of desire? 

This is because every desire arises to create a turbulence in the mind. When the mind moves, anandamaya kosha does not reflect on it, nor does the atman, so it becomes anxious, unhappy, sad, or non blissful.

Image: Disturbed state of mind-No clear reflection of Atman 

But, when your desire is fulfilled, for that moment, the thought subsides, and the mind stills for a while. In that while, the blissful body and atman get reflected in the mind; you feel bliss and happiness. 

A yogi, who is ever in a calm mind state,  feels this bliss day in and day out. Because the truth is happiness is inside of you. Yes! You guessed right, in the anandamaya kosha.  The real nature of atman (real me) is bliss. You are ever blissful consciousness. 

It’s like having treasure within, but begging for pennies outside, not being able to access your own treasure. But, in the process of asking for pennies, you’re also getting debt. The debt from the world, karmic debt. 

More negative karma (nishiddha karma) we do to satiate desires, the more we incur unhappiness, anxiety, sadness and all negative undesirable emotions in the process. When this negative karma manifests in our life, it can plague our mind into sickness.

Adding good karma to your karmic account is an important and preliminary step to recovering from negative emotions or a negative state of mind. 

The real medicine to get rid of anxiety, depression and sadness is within you, understanding your real self-Atman. 

Meditation is a path to know the real self. It also restores your brain’s chemical balance and everything else you need to feel like a wholesome human being.

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Good karma always translates into happy emotions and life situations in due course of time.

What are Good Karmas (Vihita Karma)?

Actions that bring a smile to someone’s lips, add value to anyone’s lives, and add to the happiness quotient of the world without a touch of egoistic-ness.

Some Examples-

  • Charity as per financial capacity to the right place.
  • Volunteering in community services.
  • Planting and nurturing a tree.
  • Feeding animals or raking care of sentient beings.
  • Helping a fellow human.
  • Giving a smile (especially to strangers!)
  • Mantra chanting.
  • Practising Compassion.
  • Meditation.

In short, try to make your mind aligned with Nature. Being good to yourself and others are positive actions or good karma. Meditation is not only good karma, but also a fruit of small good actions done earlier.

In modern context, we can say that meditation is the process of bringing an equanimous state of mind. 

Meditation resolves the kshipt, vikshipt, and moodha states of mind. It goes beyond ekagra state, it enters the mind into nirodha, samadhan, or savikalpa samadhi. It lets you enjoy the bliss of your own being without any external crutches of desires, objects or material things. It allows direct access to Atman and experiencing anandamaya kosha (bliss body).

Are problems bogging you down? 

Don’t worry, you can still begin and start the process to get rid of negativity!

When negative emotions and situations are plaguing our lives, we can take an initial step, in the form of mantra meditation or mantra chanting. Repetition of mantra with breath control to a certain extent helps to resolve the negative states of mind. It brings back health and strength to your mind.

There are different kinds of meditation practices which are being practised and have shown to give great results of improving the quality of life in physical life.

The Real Goal

Let me say that scriptures tell us the goal of achieving a meditative state is to experience samadhan or samadhi. It ultimately flowers into self realisation

Image: Know Thyself

But, to start with meditation can help to relieve anxiety, stress, tension and the like. There are various side benefits which you get from practice of meditation. The best part is it removes our ignorance of thinking ourselves to be limited, sad, powerless, and such a negative self image. 

You are a reflection of the Lord, the Universal Consciousness-You are Truth, Bliss, Omnipresent, Consciousness- Satchidananda. Meditation brings you to this point of understanding (through nirvikalpa samadhi one day). This state, when rejected in mind is what will end all the sadness, reasons of dejection from your life. 

What Is Sorrow?

Sorrow is whatever causes sadness in our lives. This is due to unfulfillment of our desires.

There are three kinds of sorrows, dukkha (sadness) or as per Scriptures.

Adi Daivik: Anguish and despair due to natural calamities.

Adi Bhautik: Despair due to physical, debt, and enemies.

Adhyatmik: Grief due to spiritual inadequacy, mental illnesses, and the like.

So, when you come to know your real self or atman, through nirvikalpa samadhi, you know, you’re not the body, mind or ahankara. You’re universal consciousness. You know this through experience, like today you know you are Mr. So and So, Mrs A, or Ms Li. It might sound intriguing, but this is how it is! : )

How Much Time Should I Invest In Meditation?

Meditation has immense power. But, like other things, it requires practice and consistency. You need to invest at least 30 minutes a day to practise meditation. 

In the least, you should start with 10 minutes of whatever form of meditation practice suits your physical nature. We’ll describe the different meditation practices one can learn and practice in the following article.

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How Will Meditation Help Me?

There are also so many physical benefits of meditation. Research suggests that regular practice of meditation helps control symptoms of certain illnesses such as:

  • Anxiety
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Obsessive Compulsive Behaviour.

However, it’s always better to consult your healthcare practitioner to know the pros and cons of meditation for your health condition. 

More on this in the following article. 

But, it’s always better to have a higher aim. Reach out to the sky, the real goals, the things in between will come anyway. In the process, we’ll become beautiful human beings with splendid lives. The beauty and joy which descend into its lives, the level of acceptance the mind gets is precious fruits of meditative practices.

But, you need to learn it from a Self-Realised Master, no less, no more. If your heart is yearning deeply, you’ll surely find one or They’ll reach out to you. 

Just keep walking the path earnestly! It’s a beautiful path…


In the true sense of the word “Yoga”  means “union.” Most of us, at all times have a strong idea  and alongside a sense arising out of our experience of ourselves- who we are, what we are. Each of us functions as an individual. However, the term Yoga means union, the obliteration of the individual self with the existential blissful consciousness. But, this needs to be actualized and experienced rather than understand it theoretically. That’s why Yoga involves doable practice rather than just theoretical understanding. 

To achieve this state and understanding that a human being is capable of, one can follow several techniques and practices. This is what will form one’s path to union. The regular practice of particular sets of techniques chosen as per your personal inclination and nature (prakriti), the techniques purify the subconscious whereby we see the reflection of one’s true self and achieve the state of Yoga.


However, the term “yoga” in the Western world implies to modulated and modern version of hatha yoga which focuses on aspects a such as:

  • Posture-based physical fitness.
  • Stress-relief.
  • And relaxation techniques.

In the present world, most people consider Yoga as a systematic practice involving:

  • Physical exercise.
  • Relaxation.
  • Breath control.
  • Diet control.
  • Positive thinking.
  • Meditation.

All these practices are aimed for creating a harmony between the individual’s internal system with the gross external system of the universe. 

It’s no wonder, everyone needs yoga to realise their full potential and to live their life to the fullest.

Human beings are now living in a world which is getting more and more unnatural. The outcome is our sense of harmony is being lost day in and day out. The time we spend in nature is becoming lesser and lesser with each passing day. There’s rising soil degradation, air pollution and global warming is impending. The word has become more plastic. All this is casting a stress not only on Nature but also we, the human beings who are part of Nature. So, how do we cope with this? Yoga plays a vital role here. It helps us take to powerful techniques which will bring back the harmony in our system which we lose due to a lot of anxiety brought about by a fast-paced lifestyle and pollution. 

Yoga Practices

In my understanding, the word yoga, today also implies that we do acts to bring harmony in nature. Taking care of the soil quality, the five elements comprising earth, water, fire, air, ether- thee all need to be in harmony. But, we’ll talk about this in  an upcoming blog. We will start with individual yoga which can empower us to bring back alignment to the Nature around us as well. 

A human being has three aspects — the physical, the mental/emotional, and the spiritual.

In Yogic language, we say, we have three bodies

  • Physical Body or Annamayya Kosh

This is the gross body, which is made from the visible food (anna) we eat.

  • Sookshma Sharir 

The subtle body comprising our mind, our intellect, (thoughts & emotions), the perceptive sense, the five senses of action, five sense of perception, sense of being- “I” ness.

  • Karana Sharir 

This is the basic illusory body from which sookshma and annamayi sharira arise. This is the basic cause (being of illusion) reason why we are born or exist in the first place. 

Delving through these three layers of these bodies, we can reach our real self (blissful immortal consciousness) and reach the state of yoga.

But, first things first. Let us see how yoga can bring harmony in our life?

Yoga helps us to understand the way to lead a healthy life. It enhances the level of creativity, concentration and also improves our memory and cognitive functions. In the spiritual language, it helps us keep the slate of subconscious clean and clear. Result is it reflects your true nature of bliss and joy at all times and in all kinds of circumstances.

If you thought Yoga is tough, you may be wrong. It’s the most worthwhile thing to strive for. Just put in around half an hour to one hour everyday in your routine with the right guidance and your life will become more beautiful than you could ever imagine! 

Yes, Yoga changes your life for the better. It makes you resilient and strong within and without. You’re like the powerhouse of positive energy that charges up every atmosphere even without knowing. And when you see things clearly, they can’t torment you any longer. You’re a player playing your part most beautifully on the stage of this life. 

As Shakespeare put it:

“This world’s a stage and we are all actors on it.” 

And yoga teaches how to play your part well and enjoy revelling in your real being.

Now, here are some basics of what you can choose from in the present day scenario of yoga.

 Modern-day Yoga Practices

We find many branches and specific practices of yoga in the modern world. 

Power Yoga

Power yoga has its roots in ashtanga yoga. It is important to perform Yoga postures at a quicker and highly active pace. It helps to tone your muscles and improves flexibility. 

Yin Yoga

Yin is the feminine energy. When yoga poses are combined with martial arts it becomes yin yoga. This practice helps to increase blood circulation to the joints while improving muscle tone and flexibility. 

The practice involves holding postures for a minute and sometimes up to 5 minutes.  The more comfortable you’re staying in a pose determines  your level of accomplishment for any form of yoga. Yin yoga involves the use of props such as blocks and blankets in various cases. If you practise after a workout, it can help to relax your body’s joints.

Yang Yoga

Yang yoga is a mix of Haha, Vinyasa and Ashtanga yoga and is less experimental. It is a highly energetic form of yoga and focuses on having a high vigour, endurance  and to ease the tension in the body and helps to build body mass. 

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga  is focused on relaxing in various poses. This type of yoga requires the use of props for body support. It requires considering yoga as an integral part of restorative yoga. Restorative yoga helps in relaxing your nervous system and it also actively de-stresses and calms down the anxious nerves. Here again, the idea is to hold a pose for a few minutes.

Face Yoga

This form of yoga is related to massages and exercises which help to relax and strengthen facial muscles. As the muscles lose their stiffness, soften and relax, they also shake off stress, tension, and worry. Face Yoga has  become popular in the last few years. Face yoga is done by people who consider that it will revere gaining and make them look younger countering signs of ageing on the face

Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal yoga helps in lowering the discomfort and pain related to pregnancy. Prenatal yoga involves the practice of breathing exercises which can be highly helpful during labour. You can also go for some techniques in prenatal yoga that can be a part of postnatal yoga. These exercises also help mothers to shed weight and stay more balanced in thai crucial time. 

There are several  relaxation techniques in yoga practices which can reduce chronic pain  for example lower back pain, headaches, arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Moreover, yoga can lower blood pressure and reduce insomnia. Moreover, there are also several physical benefits of yoga such as:

  • Better flexibility
  • Improved muscle strength and tone
  • Strengthening of respiratory system with more energy and vitality
  • Balanced metabolism
  • Balanced weight and healthy weight reduction
  • Enhanced cardio and circulatory health
  • Better athletic performance
  • Lowered chances of muscle injury due to strenuous work.

Yoga also renders many mental benefits as it helps people to manage stress that can otherwise prove  devastating on the body and mind. Stress may manifest in various ways such as: 

  • Sleeping problems
  • Back or neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Drug abuse
  • Inability to concentrate

Regular Yoga practices can prove highly effective to develop coping skills to get a highly positive outlook on life. Incorporating meditation and breathing can improve your mental well-being. On the whole, it is useful in bringing:

  • Mental clarity
  • Calmness
  • Increased body awareness
  • Relief of chronic stress patterns
  • Relaxation to the mind
  • Centering of attention
  • And sharpening concentration. 

Body- and self-awareness are really helpful as they help in the early and timely detection of physical issues and allow you to follow an early preventive action.

Irrespective of whether you’re a couch potato or a professional athlete, there is a yoga technique and set of practices you can do. Moreover, your size and fitness levels also won’t matter due to the various modifications in  every yoga pose. Moreover, there are beginner classes for every style. Yoga lets you explore your limits. It allows you to get attuned to your body and your inner self making life more wholesome, and foremost it lets you get the glimpse of who ‘You’ really are. So, get ready to dive into this beautiful and blissful journey of yoga!