Yoga For Leisure
Dec 25th, 2010 by Aldouspi

Folks follow yoga for quite a lot of reasons. Many yoga practitioners have an interest within the health benefits that come from recurrently performing the routines. Others desire a state of concord between inside and outer self. Still others follow yoga primarily to relax.

A State of Concord

The profound leisure out there by yoga includes a state of clarity of thoughts, and of concord with and understanding of the world. If such a state of leisure is your objective, you have to to make use of most of the yoga techniques available. Pay special attention to respiratory, eating regimen, appropriately performing the workouts, and meditating.

The deep, extended breath one learns by means of yoga helps the mind stay oxygenated, which contributes to psychological clarity. Weight loss plan influences the structure of our physique in addition to our brain. The workouts (called asanas and pranayamas) have been developed 1000's of years ago to produce helpful results.

To have the specified results, yoga routines must be carried out correctly. Poor yoga practices will seemingly produce disappointing results.

The Keys

Your perspective and your focus are the keys to creating your yoga experience deeply satisfying. Coming into the profound stage of leisure and synchronization between your inner and your outer self can occur solely with appropriate action.

Rest is actually a essential part of each yoga routine. The physique needs to loosen up after training the exercises, especially the more demanding ones. Certain asanas require an unusual positioning of the body, which can result in discomfort if the comfort stage is omitted.

Bridging Worlds

Yoga connects the non secular and material worlds, and relaxation is the bridge that brings the practitioner again absolutely to the present reality.

As a common rule, during relaxation workout routines, you'll lie down comfortably and meditate. Your yoga coach will recommend methods so that you can step by step transfer and place your toes and arms. Yoga routines could have completely different rest workouts, but they all have the aim of cushioning the shock of contact with the surrounding reality. Relaxation additionally helps to maintain a sure degree of peacefulness created by the routine.

However talk isn't enough. The only method to make sure of the relief benefits of yoga is to attempt it yourself. The only factor you must lose is your tension.

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What_is_meditation_-_how_to_meditate
Nov 4th, 2010 by Aldouspi

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What is meditation - how to meditate

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Her you find a general definition of meditation, and an easy meditation techique is explained.

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Meditation is a group of mental training techniques .You can use meditation to improve mental health and capacities, and also to help improve the physical health. Some of these techniques are very simple, so you can learn them from a book or an article; others require guidance by a qualified meditation teacher.

WHAT IS MEDITATION

Most techniques called meditation include these components:

1. You sit or lie in a relaxed position.
2. You breathe regularly. You breathe in deep enough to get enough oxygen. When you breathe out, you relax your muscles so that your lungs are well emptied, but without straining.
3. You stop thinking about everyday problems and matters.
4. You concentrate your thoughts upon some sound, some word you repeat, some image, some abstract concept or some feeling. Your whole attention should be pointed at the object you have chosen to concentrate upon.
5. If some foreign thoughts creep in, you just stop this foreign thought, and go back to the object of meditation.

The different meditation techniques differ according to the degree of concentration, and how foreign thoughts are handled. By some techniques, the objective is to concentrate so intensely that no foreign thoughts occur at all.

In other techniques, the concentration is more relaxed so that foreign thoughts easily pop up. When these foreign thoughts are discovered, one stops these and goes back to the pure meditation in a relaxed manner. Thoughts coming up, will often be about things you have forgotten or suppressed, and allow you to rediscover hidden memory material. This rediscovery will have a psychotherapeutic effect.

THE EFFECTS OF MEDITATION

Meditation has the following effects:

1. Meditation will give you rest and recreation.
2. You learn to relax.
3. You learn to concentrate better on problem solving.
4. Meditation often has a good effect upon the blood pressure.
5. Meditation has beneficial effects upon inner body processes, like circulation, respiration and digestion.
6. Regular meditation will have a psychotherapeutically effect.
7. Regular meditation will facilitate the immune system.
8. Meditation is usually pleacent.

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HYPNOSIS AND MEDITATION

Hypnosis may have some of the same relaxing and psychotherapeutic effects as meditation. However, when you meditate you are in control yourself; by hypnosis you let some other person or some mechanical device control you. Also hypnosis will not have a training effect upon the ability to concentrate.

A SIMPLE FORM OF MEDITATION

Here is a simple form of meditation:

1. Sit in a good chair in a comfortable position.
2. Relax all your muscles as well as you can.
3. Stop thinking about anything, or at least try not to think about anything.
4. Breath out, relaxing all the muscles in your breathing apparatus.
5. Repeat the following in 10 - 20 minutes:

-- Breath in so deep that you feel you get enough oxygen.
-- Breath out, relaxing your chest and diaphragm completely.
-- Every time you breathe out, think the word "one" or another simple word inside yourself. You should think the word in a prolonged manner, and so that you hear it inside you, but you should try to avoid using your mouth or voice.

6. If foreign thoughts come in, just stop these thoughts in a relaxed manner, and keep on concentrating upon the breathing and the word you repeat.

As you proceed through this meditation, you should feel steadily more relaxed in your mind and body, feel that you breathe steadily more effectively, and that the blood circulation throughout your body gets more efficient. You may also feel an increasing mental pleasure throughout the meditation.

THE EFFECTS OF MEDITATION UPON DISEASES

As any kind of training, meditation may be exaggerated so that you get tired and worn out. Therefore you should not meditate so long or so concentrated that you feel tired or mentally emptied.

Meditation may sometimes give problems for people suffering from mental diseases, epilepsy, serious heart problems or neurological diseases. On the other hand, meditation may be of help in the treatment of these and other conditions.

People suffering from such conditions should check out what effects the different kinds of meditation have on their own kind of health problems, before beginning to practise meditation, and be cautious if they choose to begin to meditate. It may be wise to learn meditation from an experienced teacher, psychologist or health worker that use meditation as a treatment module for the actual disease.

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Mantra Meditation And The Function Of Mala Beads
Aug 1st, 2010 by Aldouspi

In a mantra meditation practice, exactly what are mala beads and how can they help in the practice of mantra meditation? 

Mala beads are bead necklaces made from a variety of different materials made specifically for mantra meditation.

The number of times a mantra is chanted is important in the practice of mantra meditation.  Very common is the number 108 which is often the number of times the number needs to be chanted or in groups of 108 times or sometimes is groups of other numbers.

This is because it is said to be auspicious to chant for a particular number of times.  It is also related to what function the mantra has.  Thus there is an importance on knowing how many times the mantra is chanted.

How can it be known the number of times you chant a mantra in your meditation session?  Of course it is difficult to keep track of the number of times you have chanted a mantra.  Especially if that number is high like the common 108 desired times to chant a mantra.

Also focusing on trying to keep count of the number of times the mantra has been chanted doesn’t really aid the meditative state or the end objective of the mantra meditation practice.  It then becomes easy to be anxious about numbers instead of the mantra practice itself.  You can quite easily end up a mantra counter rather than a mantra meditator!

This is where mala beads come in very handy.  Mala beads are actually bead necklaces.  These mala beads are usually made in the number needed for mantra meditation.  Meaning there is usually 108 beads.  When mala beads are used, they become the mantra calculator.  That way the mantra meditation practitioner can focus on the goals and objectives of the meditation and not the counting of the mantra instead.  Once you come to a special place on the necklace, you know you have finished 1 round of 108 mantras.

Once learned how to use the mala beads which is not difficult, it is then much easier to focus solely on the end objective of the mantra meditation practice.

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