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Walking: Walking is the most and vital need of all human. Walking is not an exercise also a very simplest form that can be used simply by any person. Walking is a circulatory activity by which the people can participate for a good level of health. Routinely walk is maintained your heart rate and burn calories of your body, resulting as supporting cardiovascular health and suitable body makeup percentage. But walking does not impart enough of a stimulus to either build or tone muscle because it does not ever overburden your muscle fiber. It is a house training, low-impact form of that’s very easy, free and appropriate, for humans of all ages and most depend abilities.    

Why there is walk necessity to all persons?

Nowadays, many causes and life factors are affected our health and we have no any extra time for exercise or Yog. This is a most critical problem generally faced by all persons.
So, the walking is a part of Yog. You can do walk daily as you want and as per your body strength or stamina. You can do feel free act as you want such as walking with normal speed walking with high speed or as you want.

Why walking is good for your body?
In line to walking is good for your body, the following effects are defined as why walking is good for your body:

1. Walk keeps weight in prove and osteoporosis: Generally office workers are faced weight problem because all time they are living in sitting position. If you are trying to lose your weight, the important need as burn about 600 calories in a day more than you are eating. This is called Amory. Putting one foot in front of the other is one of the simplest exercises to do that. In terms of walk for losing weight, If your body weight is 60 kg and you are walking at 2mph for 30 minutes than you can burns 75 calories or increase speed as 3mph than you will burn 99 calories. Is speed is increase as 4 mph than burn 150 calories of your body. Walking is also a good exercise for increases muscle mass and tones. On the other hand walking counts as a weight bearing exercise says Amory. Especially for women walking motivates and strengthens bones and increased their density and also helps to maintain the healthy joints so may band off conditions such as arthritis.     

2. Walk strengthens your heart: Regularly walk is very powerful terms to minimize your risk of heart disease and stroke. By way of walking maintained the lower level of LDL (bad) cholesterol while increasing level of HDL (good) cholesterol and supports blood pressure in check. At the time of walking your heart rate is increased and gets your blood. About 30 minutes walk can help avoid and control the high blood pressure that can cause of a heart attack.    

3. Walk makes you happy: The walking ability is boosting your mind. The regulate walking is effective as antidepressants in cases of mild to control depression. And resulting as get active releases and feel good endorphins into the blood circulation, minimize stresses and tensions.

4. Walk minimizes infection risk: Regular walk and as habit of daily walk, is minimized the infection risk and disease risk as diabetes, asthma and some cancers. As per British journal, more steps or walking can help ward of diabetes and According to Charity walking for heath, regular walking can be reduce by up 60% disease risk. The regular walk minimizes the 20% risk of developing cancer of the colon, breast womb than those least active.

5. Regular walk tones your legs, bum – and tum: Walk is very helpful in stamina and shape of your legs, giving a good shape to calves, quads, hamstrings and lifting your buttock muscles especially if you add hills. Or if you actually consider to your posture s you walk, can tone your abs and whittle your waist.   

6. Walk is not forget your arms: At the time of walking speed comes from your arms, that’s call hall. Arms hold them a suitable level, turned at the elbow and swipe that be backwards and ahead as you walk. Swing then speedily and will automatically speed up.

7. Walk is boosts your vitamin D levels: Outside in daylight walking boost your body’s storage of vitamin D. A peptic that’s taking’s from food. But that we can get from sunlight.

8. Walk can help prevent dementia: Generally Dementia infection is found one in 14 people after 65 year old. By way of regular waking you can reduce the dementia infection risk as 40%.

9. Regular walk can give you energy: A brisk walk is best energetic exercise around the body energy. Walking boosts blood circulation and increases oxygen supply to every cell of body and helps to feel more alert and alive.

Also regular walking like as aquarobics activities is good for you because this is very effective in stamina, heart and lungs and increasing overall fitness of your body.   

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Yoga Science or Art ?

Yoga Science or Art ?

Yoga as Science
Assumed that, I am a practitioner, keen to gadget Guruji's three steps for exploring asana (pose, reflect, repose), and I want to know if what I am doing is 'scientific.' All science can be said to follow three steps:
1.    Perform an experiment to test and hypothesis.

2.    Fold the data, in accordance to the principles underlying the domain of study.

3.    Compare this data with others who have completed the same experiment. This gives unified validation or rejection by a community of qualified individuals, which in turn allows us to confirm, refine, or replace our initial preposition.

I can be sure I have followed these steps if (1) my 'experiments' are validated by a community of qualified individuals, and (2) I perform my experiments according to the most basic rule of the method. If I associate both requirements, then I spawn scientifically valid information about my own body and its interaction with my mind (really about all five kosas and their interactions), and I experience over time the changes that are anticipated by the method.

What are the principles of Iyengar Yoga? There are two elements to this question: there is the technique, or the method of practice, and there is the underlying theory. The method of practice of Iyengar Yoga consist at least the following elements: linking, series, timing, alignment, and the iterative nature of refining a pose, as mentioned above. All of these elements are well developed and defined within the method, as is the philosophical foundation of the method within Patanjali's Yoga Sutras.

As a practitioner, which is mostly subjective, may or may not satisfy the needs of an experimental study of the benefits of yoga. And, although realistic studies generate valid and reproducible information about the benefits of yoga for various conditions (for example, anxiety and depression, lower back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome), they do not disclose the interactive role that kosas play in the outcome of such studies (for example, the role that manomaya kosas–layer of the perceptual mind–plays in lower back pain) nor, at an even massed level, the role that particular samskaras (subliminal impulses) play. Such studies can be designed, given a proper understanding of kosassamskaras, and klesas. The notion of kosas leads to a subtle aspect of sequencing: proper arranging of actions within poses, and from pose to pose, gradually takes the mindfulness deeper into the layers of the being called kosas. And this leads to a discussion of the art of yoga. Yoga is also about precision – something that we generally associate with science

Yoga as Art
B.K.S. Iyengar has said, "The aim and culmination of yoga is the sight of the soul, but it has a lot of side effects which are health, happiness, peace and poise." At the highest accomplishment on the yogic path, we find side effects in each kosa. Patanjali might agree with Ron Atkin, for he defines in sutra II.19, the levels of the primary constituents of nature, the gunas. The artistic nature and depth of yoga then is wondered in the depth of the layer from which we practice, or in the extensity of the space we are drumming into when we practice. A pose that is done well physically, from annamaya kosa, is certainly beautiful to look at and to appreciate. But how much more rousing it is to see an asana that has been practiced for decades, one that clearly aligns and consciously touches the organic body, quiets the senses, and gives peacefulness to the mind of the practitioner? Often we have seen Guruji's youthful practice compared with his practice in his seventies–the same pose in his later years embodies the same artistry that is present in his earlier years. But at the same time, it radiates a depth that speaks of a more slighted layer of the being. And there is a part of the viewer that responds to that depth as it is expected outward for us to see, no matter how deep or embryonic our own practice may be. There is a widespread element in art that is also within yoga, and that we can touch no matter who we are. Of course, the deeper our practice, the more we can see and appreciate in another's practice–the more ambit in their practice we can touch in individually. But in either case, we can be inspired to reach for the same place in ourselves that we can feel projected in another's presentation.

In a way, we can see that art and science express, at their core, fundamental human capacities. Art represents our adaptive capacity, our ability to capitulation to change and the unknown, and our devotional nature, whereas science represents our agency, our capacity to investigate, to discover, to create change and to quantify or to give conceptual structure, to illuminate the unknown. Each informs the other and cannot function by itself, in the same way that one cannot progress in yoga without an equal amount of practice and detachment. Practice makes use of our native ability to investigate the unknown (science), whereas vairagya asks us to surrender to the massiveness of the unknown (art). It is only through the balanced relationship of these two aspects of our being that we can come to appreciate the relevance of each of the eyes with which we can gaze at the sunset. And it is only through an embracing of each of our dimensions that we can unfold our being to the vision of the soul, and to the unspeakable joy and gratitude that follows such a vision.
·         After above argument we cannot closeout that is yoga a science or an art because it has features of both the elements. Since yoga is a science that deals with body, breath, mind, soul, and ultimately, the universe itself and other hand when doing yoga postures, there is an artistic element and increased consciousness as the body glides into the many beautiful postures. This is art.
·         The question and debate has gone on for years with participants each time with limitless debate. Hence yoga is considered as a combination of both a science and an art because the practitioner must first learn the theory which is the art and then put it into practice in a scientific way.

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Yog associated as life part

Yog: My dear friends! Today’s we have many facts to do the break our easy going life. We have many causes around to our life by which we are felt very much tired & frustration. By these reasons we can’t live feel free and at this movement of life we can’t do right any things can’t controlled and handled any problems. Due to unbalancing of life our life is gone in sadness atmosphere. And we are lost our health wealth and felt much painful life. For making good health wealth and for a good thinking yog is a very powerful technique for controlling of all causes they are directly effective on your fast growing life. Yog is completely provided cool mind and good health at a much tensed life event. Yog is provided a smooth running musical and feels free life.

Yog is our identity of historical culture. The first book of world Epic as Righbed has many articles about yog and practice of yog. God Shankar ji yoga was define and started by many Vedik Rishimuni. After that Krishna, Mahavir and Buddha was expressed yoga in our language. After the Krishna, Mahavir and Buddha Patanjali was managed yoga in a proper form.

Yog is a direct science except any religion, devotion and superstition. Yog is an art for live a good and happiest life. Yog is a combination of two wards such as Yog (Joint) and Samadhi (Concentration).

As per Vedas, if we are not jointed with self than impossibly to reach the Samadhi. It means if we want to be the boom in our happiest life than important factor as good health, mind and soul. And we can do possible to anything and makes all easy life ways if we are joined yoga as a part of life. Yog is beyond any faith, advices and as a condition of doubt. Yog declare that you are capable to know about everything. Then use to your capability doesn’t waste it.        

Gandhi ji, had already behaved as Anashakti yog. The identification of Yog was found at the time of Sidhu Ghati Sabhayata in shape of Mudra and Shilp before 3000 Es. Yoga Certified Book “Yog Sutra” is the first completely.

According to Osho, Yog is a practical science beyond any faith, advices and as a condition of doubt. Yog is an art of living. Yog is a complete medicine practice. Indeed religious is surrounded human and yog is a way by which exempted to all religious restrictions. In the current polluted atmosphere yog is important medicine whose not have any side effect. Yog have many practices such as Swashan controlled for high blood pressure, for life yoga as Sanjivani Hekpalbhati, for cool mind Bhramri Yog. Vaksrashan is protected from many deceases. In latest computerized generation many people are much time faced the screen of computer in sitting position by which felt much pain in back and neck daily. Shalbhashan is provided much relief in this pain. For Pawanmuktashan are controlled stomach problems. Meru Dadashan is very effective on Gout. Yog have many types of exercise by which more decease controlled in easy way and protect from many deceases. In 24 hour you can expend some minutes for yoga and you case protect yourself from any deceases. And yoga is provided position energy to us and provided Combat power to us.

This is not an exaggerated yog is an important need of all human. This is very gainful to our body, mind and spiritual health. By yoga we can be feel relaxation as internal satisfaction (aatmik santusti) cool min and tension free. And we can gain positive energy for each day. Today’s our yog cultural is followed by all world. This cause our yog culture has been globalized and a proposal put forwarded for international yoga day by our Prime Minister Shri Naredra Modi across United State (Association of country) and said proposal accepted and approved by 177 countries. According to this proposal nowadays International Yoga day is celebrated on 21 June of every year in whole world.
My dear friends, nowadays the catering system has been very highly. So, I would like to say that for our good health and for a happiest life please accept yog in your life as a part of living life. And globalized our Indian yog culture in whole world.

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Facts from history of YOG

Yoga is a spiritual practice that was developed in India over 5,000 years ago. The term Yoga (pronounced as "yōg") originates from the term “yuj" in Sanskrit, an Ancient language of India, meaning "to yolk or to unite. The ancient texts of Vedas are the oldest scriptures in the world. The Sanskrit word Veda means "knowledge" and rig means "praise". Rig veda has also defined yog. Yog is a physical, mental, and spiritual practice or discipline which is originated in India itself. Yoga as an analysis of perception and cognition; illustration of this principle is found in Hindu texts such as the Bhagavad Gita and Yogasutras, as well as a number of Buddhist Mahayana works.

Yog is science rather than any philosophy, religion or superstition. The word yog adopted from sanskrit language has many meanings out of them most popular are to join and samadhi means concentration or meditation. We have been generally taught about meditation by giving example of lord Shiva. He was always found in meditating position.

The ultimate goal of yoga is Moksha (liberation). Yoga help in getting liberation as yoga is a technique of controlling the body and the mind. Yoga as a technique for entering into other bodies, generating multiple bodies, and the attainment of other supernatural accomplishments; these are described in Tantric literature of Hinduism and Buddhism.
Apart from the spiritual goals, the physical postures of yoga are used to alleviate health problems, reduce stress and make the spine supple in contemporary times. Yoga is also used as a complete exercise program and physical therapy routine.
While the practice of yoga continues to rise in contemporary American culture, sufficient and adequate knowledge of the practice’s origins does not. According to Andrea R. Jain, Yoga is undoubtedly a Hindu movement for spiritual meditation, yet is now being marketed as a supplement to a cardio routine. This scope "dilutes its Hindu identity”. Contemporaries of the Hindu faith argue that the more popular yoga gets, the less concerned people become about its origins in history. These same contemporaries do state that while anyone can practice yoga, only those who give Hinduism due credit for the practice will achieve the full benefit of the custom.
Yoga came to the attention of an educated western public in the mid-19th century along with other topics of Indian philosophy. In the context of this building interest. The first Hindu teacher to actively advocate and disseminate aspects of yoga to a western audience, Swami Vivekananda, toured Europe and the United States in the 1890s. The reception which Swami Vivekananda received built on the active interest of intellectuals, in particular the New England Transcendentalists, among them R. W. Emerson (1803-1882), who drew on German Romanticism and the interest of philosophers and scholars like G. F. W. Hegel (1770-1831), the brothers August Wilhelm Schlegel (1767-1845) and Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel (1772-1829), Max Mueller (1823-1900), Arthur Schopenhauer (1788-1860) and others who had (to varying degrees) interests in things Indian.
The modern scientific study of yoga began with the works of N. C. Paul and Major D. Basu in the late 19th century, and then continued in the 20th century with Sri Yogendra (1897-1989) and Swami Kuvalayananda. Western medical researchers came to Swami Kuvalayananda’s Kaivalyadhama Health and Yoga Research Center, starting in 1928, to study Yoga as a science.

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What is Ulcer? 
                            Starting position of ulcer, when the surface of skin or mucous membrane is infected by some causes and the top layer of skin or mucous membranes is broken and open the infected places. The said position is starting of an ulcer. Ulcer can be on surfaces of the body. Ulcer can be on skin of any places of body, can be in mucous membranes like surface of stomach, can be in souls or inside the mouth etc,. Also noted that ulcer can be from Cancer, ulcer can be from diseases of blood vesses. If the required blood is not goes to a body part, then is can get an ulcer. Generally Ulcer is found in strong family members. This type of family tendency always fixes the organ for physical level to shows the internal imbalance that started in mind.

General types of ulcers:
a.    Ulcer (dermatology): a discontinuity of the skin or a break in the skin.
b.    Mouth ulcer: an open sore inside the mouth.
c.    Aphthous ulcer: a specific type of oral ulcer also known as a canker sore.
d.    Ulcerative dermatitis: a skin disorder by the bacterial growth often initiated by self-trauma.
e.    Anal fissure: an ulcer or tear near the anus or within the rectum.
f.     Diabetic foot ulcer: a major complication of the diabetic foot.
g.    Corneal ulcer: an inflammatory or infective condition of the cornea.
h.    Ulcerative sarcoidosis: a cutaneous condition affecting people with sarcoidosis.
i.      Ulcerative lichen planus: a rare variant of lichen planus.
j.     Ulcerative colitis: a form of inflammatory bowel disease.
k.    Ulcerative disposition: a disorder or discomfort that causes severe abdominal distress, often associated with chronic gastritis.
l.      Peptic ulcer: a discontinuity of the gastrointestinal mucosa (stomach ulcer).
m.  Venous ulcer: a wound thought to occur due to improper functioning of valves in the veins.
n.    Stress ulcer: located anywhere within the stomach and proximal duodenum.
o.    Pressure ulcers: also known as bedsores.
p.    Genital ulcer: an ulcer infected on the genital area.

Yogic Therapy of ulcer:  The Complete rest and change of environment are the important needs for an ulcer patient in the yogic therapy. The patient must be as totally free of tension, no work; no responsibilities feel good and freedom from any responsibility.  The patient should be sleeping without any disturbance.

Yog Practice: In first two weeks patient should be practiced of Pavanmuktasan and next two weeks patient must to do the practice of Suryanamaskar. Shashankasan and Shavasan are also very much beneficial for an ulcer patient. 

(a) How to do the Suryanamaskar:  Surya namaskar is consisting with 12 asanas. 

1. With the feet together stand upright and hands in the position of Namaskar in front of the chest. Relax the whole body and speak the ‘OM’ in a long motion. 

2. Hasta uttanasan:  Stretch the both arms above the head. Keep arms separated, shoulder width apart. Bend the head, arms and upper trunk backward except any forces and do the easy way and take carefully without injury chances. 

3. Pada Hastasan: First exhalation and bend forward arms on the side of foot and touching the arms on ground and place them on the left and right side of the feet, and touching the knees by hand, which should remain straight.  Please note that do not apply force if the Knees should not bend. 
4. Ashwa Sanchalasan: After inhale stretch the left leg back, as far as possible. Right leg should be folded at chest side the sole of the foot should be fixed in place. Arms should be straight. The total weight of the body should be supported by the left sole, left knee and the right toes. In the final position bend the head on back side waist in shape of bow; and gaze should be fixed upon side. 
5. Parvatasan: The right leg should be Straight position and place it near left sole and hips raised on upward to the maximum and the head should be brought in between the arms. In short explanation, position of legs and arms should be straight. In this position press the heels to the floor. 

6. Ashtanga namaskar: In Ashtanga Namaskar, Inhaling and drop the body parallel to the ground. Firstly stay the knees on the ground, then chest and thereafter the forehead. Stomach should be slightly raised from the ground. 

7. Bhjangasan: As per name of ashan as Bhujangasan means position as snake, buttocks and hips should be lower to the floor and straight both elbows. Make a arch on back side and force the chest in the Cobra snake style. Bend the head on back side and direct the gaze upward to the eyebrow centre. The arms should be support to the trunk and hips remain on the floor. 

8. Repeat the position of 5,4,3,2,1

In the whole cycle we found 24 poses. Now repeat all 24 poses in a cycle for surya namaskar ahsan.

How to do Shavasan?

Shavasan: Lie down on the back with support of arms alongwith 15 cms distance from the body, palms should be on upon side. Move the feet slightly separately to a comfortable position and close both eyes. Relax the whole body stopping with all physical movements. And take the natural breath and allow it to become rhythmic and relaxed. Measure the breath and count the breath (1) In, (1) Out; (2) In, (2) out; and continue the count for few minutes. If the mind is fickle in outside it back to the count. Pranayama – Bhramari and Nadishodhan pranayama bestow peace. Practice these daily. 

After some time you will notice that what you have gain and how much take the relief in ulcer.

I have realized that, the yoga is very powerful ways by which we can safe from costly meditation. 
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