Worship Your True Self

Worship Your True Self

In today’s time, life has become a roller-coaster. People today are struggling to earn a living. Some are working 12 hours tirelessly while some are doing 2 jobs to sustain their families or to live a luxurious life after retirement. The world has become so futuristic that it has forgotten to think about today. Even when we decide to do something just for ourselves, it usually sinks down to the bottom of our priority list. For most of the busy professionals, it seems easier to invest money in property than to invest even 30 minutes of the day on ourselves. The celebrated yogi, philosopher and visionary Sadhguru says that everything we do is an expression of who we are from within. Without improving this, the nature and quality of our work will never enhance. The biggest question is, if we want to something, how will you enhance your work until you have enhanced yourself? It’s high time you stop bothering about your own system and its well-being. When this self-realization will resonate within you, it will draw you closer to your goal, amplify your overall growth and help you become a better individual.

To conquer the opportunities and improve your busy lifestyle incorporate these simple Yoga in your schedule.

1. Warm up with simple stretches and Surya Namaskar

Benefit: The ancient technique of Surya Namaskar not only makes the body flexible, but it also tones the muscles and acts as an excellent cardiovascular workout.

Time: 10 minutes

2. Do deep stretch and active yoga poses Integrate Runner Lunges, Quadricep Stretch and Pushups

Benefit: Doing this might be stressful in the beginning but it focusses on each part of the body. The pro-tip is to start slow and calm; keep increasing the number each day.

Time: 10 minutes

3. Relax with soothing  pranayamas

Benefit: Mastering the breath lets the self be in bliss. You can control the rhythms of pranic energy by trying different paces of breathing and it will help you balace your body, mind and soul.

Time: 10 minutes

 

Story By: Anshika Seth, Intern at FHM India Magazine 

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