2018, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part V
Therapeutic promises of yoga
AUTHOR(S): Satyapal Singh and Kanhaiya Agrawal
Yoga is an art of life management and a universal means for self-realization. It is an ultimate attempt for the fusion of embodied consciousness with supreme consciousness that subsequently proceeds from the practice of social adjustment (Yam), moral observance (Niyam), postures (Asana), breathing mechanics (Pranayama), senses withdrawal (Prathyara), concentration (Dharana), meditation (Dhyan) and super consciousness (Samadhi). Regular practice of yoga is supposed to empower corporate health, happiness and harmony and hence wealth too. Yoga can be used for different purposes such as physical fitness, flexibility, stress management, psychosomatic well-being, emotional rectification, cultivation of good habits and for prevention & management of a wide range of disorders.
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How to cite this article:
Satyapal Singh and Kanhaiya Agrawal. Therapeutic promises of yoga. International Journal of Yogic, Human Movement and Sports Sciences. 2018; 3(1): 1215-1217.