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Why experience Ashram Life?
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Our faulty lifestyle gives rise to negative emotional states. This further leads to suffering.

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To understand the cause of all mental conflicts and diseases, we must understand that the mind comprises a conscious part and a sub conscious part.

Conflicts and mental turbulence occurs because we cannot reconcile our conscious part with what is going on inside the deeper realms of the mind. Further, the subconscious mind itself is the home of many negative thoughts that are in a constant tussle with each other.

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In this issue, I'm going to tell you about a SINGLE technique that has helped thousands get over their blues and stress.

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I smile when people say: "I tried yoga, but didn't like it." This is like saying "I dated once, but he/she wasn't my type, so I stopped dating. I'm less amused when people say, "I stopped because I wasn't flexible enough." But worse yet is: "Yoga hurt, so I quit."

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The word 'Yoga' reminds us of 'Yogasana' here is a very close relationship between Yoga and Yogasana. Really speaking, 'Yogasana' is a part of 'Yoga'. We think, that Yoga itself means 'Yogasana'. Which is the most important part out of the eight different parts in our body? Every part has its own importance and peculiarity. Of course, we don't want to go deep into detail of these parts. We have to keep in mind that, Asana is one of the parts of the 'Yoga'. For the time being, we will study this part in more detail.

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Shatkarmas- the yoga cleansing processes of the body are six in number. According to Gherand Samhita , each of the practices has several further varieties.

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Yoga has several parts- asana, pranayama and shatkarma. Asanas (postures) and Pranayama (breathing techniques) are quite popular and widely practiced but today only a few people practice Shatkarmas (Yoga cleansing practices).

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Yoga BreathingWith the ever-increasing incidence of lifestyle diseases like cardio-vascular and nervous system disorders, the time has come for us to address this ourselves, fair and square WITHOUT external dependence.

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BandhaBandha Trayam consists of three important neuromuscular locks. These are Moola Bandha (anal lock), Uddiyana Bandha (fly-up, abdominal lock) and Jalandhara Bandha (chin lock). These are applied during different phases of Pranayama as well as during the Oli Mudras for energy purposes.

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Instant first aid for negative feelings!

b2ap3_thumbnail_Pranayama1.jpgYoga offers direct routes to emotional control through Pranayama or breath control. It is established clinically that alternate nostril breathing balances the Hemispheres of the brain and Autonomic Nervous System and other types of Yoga breathing.

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