“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.” – The Bhagavad Gita
Life is hectic today. Human beings have become almost robotic – mentally, physically, emotionally. We run after money more than we chase after keeping our relationships. We put our mind and body through rigorous hours, days and months of work, and take pleasure in being termed as “workaholics”. We promise ourselves at the beginning of every year (that resolution time of the year) that this year, we will be better – we will live healthier, we will eat fresh, we will not overstress ourselves, we will care about our people more than worrying about materialistic things. One month into the year, we can’t even remember half the things we promised ourselves. Why?
Believe it or not, but life now has become materialistic, goal-oriented, competitive. While this should be considered positive and fruitful, where are “we” in all this? Where do we make the time for ourselves? Why do we have the need to take a leave once in 6 months to find some time for ourselves, when we can do it every day for 15 minutes? Yes. We can do that. And, no matter how difficult it sounds, it is just a walk in the park if you know where to spend that 15 minutes correctly. One of the easiest ways to give yourself that little time to unwind is to implement yoga in daily life. And, no, you don’t need to enrol into a yoga training class for that.
If all the human advancements and technological innovations have brought us one good thing (although it also has its cons), it is the availability of information easily and anytime we want it. Platforms such as YouTube and Vimeo can help connect you to various free yoga lessons online. But, the question is how do you know what you really want or what is good for you? Let us help you with that.
The most important thing that we all have in our lives is the ‘gift of life’. The second most important thing that we all have in our lives is the ‘ability to feel’. So, be aware of these gifts and be happy that you are alive and that you are a human full of emotions and feelings and the ability to change your life whenever you want it to change. So, smile when you wake up tomorrow, feel lucky, appreciate the miracle of life, and do anything that it takes to live the remaining days of your life with happiness, contentment, and love for yourself and for everybody around you.
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