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Yoga: A Prevention, A Cure and A Lifestyle

Pranayama: Science of a Healthy Life

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Yoga: A Prevention, A Cure and A Lifestyle

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Yoga is a beautiful, age-old ascetic discipline that marries the breath and the soul together. Yoga can be traced back to over 5,000 years ago, but some researchers think that yoga may be up to 10,000 years old even. It is a dance between self-control and surrender. Yoga is not about performing postures perfectly, but also about trying again when you fail.

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Pranayama: Science of a Healthy Life

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While most of us are spending our lives in all kinds of physical and mental stress, it has become very difficult to maintain the health generations prior to us were privy to. The environmental pollution, increasing pressure for standards, competition in materialistic races, decreasing time spent on physical labor, we, however, have developed a huge number of healthcare facilities but it seems the real treasure of health has been left behind someplace in the way.

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Yoga: A Prevention, A Cure and A Lifestyle

  • 9

Yoga is a beautiful, age-old ascetic discipline that marries the breath and the soul together. Yoga can be traced back to over 5,000 years ago, but some researchers think that yoga may be up to 10,000 years old even. It is a dance between self-control and surrender. Yoga is not about performing postures perfectly, but also about trying again when you fail.

Pranayama: Science of a Healthy Life

  • 7

While most of us are spending our lives in all kinds of physical and mental stress, it has become very difficult to maintain the health generations prior to us were privy to. The environmental pollution, increasing pressure for standards, competition in materialistic races, decreasing time spent on physical labor, we, however, have developed a huge number of healthcare facilities but it seems the real treasure of health has been left behind someplace in the way.

'The Plan’ and ‘The Procrastination’

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Often in times of great adversity and even otherwise, I ask people, “When the going gets hard, what keeps you going?” When we feel the heat, the pressure of deadlines, expectations, responsibilities of things that simply must be done, how do we get them done?

Often we rely on fear and the last-minute pressure to push us into finishing our tasks. This leads to excessive procrastination, binging on TV shows, movies or even food for entertainment, valuable time is wasted and the result is a compromised quality of work and high levels of stress.