Sun-salutation by yogiyogagurusuneelsingh

WARMING THE STOVE OF BODY BY SUN SALUTATION”The Sanskrit name Surya here refers to the Sun and Namaskar means salutation. The sun provides life force to the whole creation. And the Sun symbolizes spiritual consciousness and, in the ancient times, was worshipped on the daily basis. In yoga, PINGLA NADI represents sun and moon represents IDA NADI.Sun salutation is a complete physical and Spiritual practice in itself for it includes asana, pranayama, mantra and meditation. All the 12 postures involved in a round of Surya Namaskar are performed in a steady, rhythmic sequence, synchronizing with the Breath and mental awareness. This is an effective way of loosening, stretching, massaging and toning up all the body joints, muscles and internal organs.Time of Practice: the ideal time is at the sunrise, the most peaceful time of day. But it can be practiced at any time provided the stomach is empty.Benefits:- Sun salutation stimulates and balances all the system of the Body, Including the endocrine, circulatory, respiratory and digestive system. Sun salutation increases awareness and Bestows good health and well-being, Removes Carbon dioxide and bring more oxygen, increase mental clarity by bringing fresh, oxygenated blood to the Brain.Prevention: People suffering from high blood pressure, heart stroke, hernia and damage a weak heart should not practice this.DURATION: -Beginners should practice 3 rounds and slowly add on one more round every week. After completion of sun salutation. It is necessary to perform shave asana or ADVASNA.ADVASANA: Reversed (Corpse pose) : Lie down on the stomach. Now stretch both arms, above the head with palms facing the ground. The forehead should be resting on the floor. Try to put a small pillow under the chest, Breathing normal (Minimum 5 minutes)Benefits: - Recommended for those with stiff neck and little obese.NOTE: If you find this asana difficult, you can practice shavasana also. To know more log on to
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