YOGA is not only a good disciplining force, but a way of life..

.      Phrase like,’Dhyan se jaana'(go carefully),’Dhyan se padhna’ (study attentively), are quite common in daily usage , which connote instructions which expects you to do something mindfully. 
      So what is Dhyan ? How can it be attained? In Sanskrit, Dhyan means meditation. It is a way of religiously focusing your mind upon an activity to achieve a mental status, free from emotional turbulence and mental distraction. Dhyan, one of the most essential components of Yoga, is not an abstract science but a routine of life, transcending the boundaries of religions. Yoga, evoloved in Pre-Vadic period and made popular now, is practiced to attain the harmony between mind and soul.

        Having proved as an impeccable therapy,Yoga is practiced as Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Karma Yoga,Laya Yoga and Hatha Yoga.

        By the consistent practice of various postures, yoga helps control weird-life-style included diseases and psychosomatic disorders.

      In the present milieu of the increasing lust of people for material possession and blind chase for pseudo-mundane happiness, yoga has proved to be an incredible panacea to tame an avalanche of uncontrollable desires.

                                  ~ANKIT VERMA

Published by ANKIT VERMA

I believe in love and relationship because that's the thing in our life that give us a motivation to do anything. Otherwise there's nothing to do because there's big blank if someone ask question like for what ? For example you got lot of money and there's no one around you then what you do with that answer is what ? Blank. SO relation is must dose'n matter it's positive or negative but it must.

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