Yoga—The best source of “MEDITATIVE MINDFULNESS”

  • The best source of meditative mindfulness *

Depression and negative thinking can have negative effects on human health and cause mental and physical disorders. It deprives a person of peace and contentment. In order to get rid of these problems, there must be harmony between body and mind. Meditation is very important in yoga.

Meditation is integral to unifying the body, mind and spirit. Meditation not only calms the mind but also eliminates all negative thoughts, unconsciousness, emotional outbursts, anger, deprivation, unhappiness and mental and physical discomfort from daily practice, and man begins to think and act positively. General Chat Chat Lounge
Meditation is better for patients with depression and depression than with different drugs and psychotherapy because these things Usually only gains timely benefit and usually becomes completely inactive after being addicted to drugs. But depression cannot be relieved. Meditation is not exercise, but focusing on your mind and body by being independent of your body’s external stimuli.
Sit back in a calm state, leaving your mind completely loose and free. Do not think anything and clear your mind from all thoughts and pay attention to your breath. Keep breathing as you breathe. There is no need to deepen or deepen the breath, but the need is to focus the mind at some point. However, the focus can also be focused on an external point or clock tick. But Ideal is to focus on oneself.

Focus on your breath.

After doing this once a week, start extending one minute. You will notice that soon after focusing on the breath, the memory and thoughts of forgetfulness will begin to invade. Let these thoughts come to mind. But don’t start thinking about them. Rather, whenever there is a thought, turn your attention back to the breath. Repeat this process for two to three weeks daily.

Published by Asim Hanif

Professor Asim Hanif Health tips. HEALTH Is WEALTH.

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