In yoga, the idea of balance is very important.
Among the 72,000 nadis that exist in everyone, there are two very important energy channels or nadis in the human body. These two important nadiss are symmetrically flowing. One is called ida and the other is called pingala. Ida represents your inner creative and feminine qualities, and pingala represents your inner dynamic male qualities. By balancing the body with a balanced posture, you can balance between ida and pingala, so you can not only balance your body, but also balance at our own energetic level. There is sushumna nadi between ida and pingala, which is parallel to the spinal cord and slightly in front of the spinal cord.
Ida nadi starts and ends on the left side of sushumna nadi. Ida represents the lunar energy inside us, which is the energy we have inside the moon. It is a cool energy, it is born to raise. White is sometimes used in yoga teaching to indicate a few vibrational properties of ida. Ada is also active on the right side of the brain. Pingala represents our internal solar energy, the energy associated with the sun. It starts and ends on the right side of sushumna nadi. It is naturally warm and stimulating. Pingala is responsible for all important somatic processes in our body. The segmental vibration characteristics of pingala are sometimes expressed in red in the yoga teaching. Pingala is active on the left side of the brain.
The interaction between ida and pingala involves intuition and rationality, consciousness and vitality, and the game between the right hemisphere and the left hemisphere of the brain that we occupy internally. In daily life, one of Nadis is always dominant. Although this advantage has changed during the day, a Nadi is usually more advantageous. This leads to personality, behavior and health factors that can be described as ida or pingala. One goal of yoga practice is to strike a balance between ida and pingala.
When yoga is described as Hatha, you can see the idea of yoga balance. 'Ha' refers to the sun or peaceful solar principle and ' tha' involves the moon or moon principle of Ida. In Hatha Yoga, the balance between our internal solar and lunar energy is our goal.
In many yoga doctrines, balancing the sun and the moon, or Ping Anna and Ida, allowed Kundalini to awaken and thus awaken the higher consciousness felt in the seventh chakra sahasrara. In fact, some yoga teaches that as long as ida or pingala predominates, sushumna nadi is still dormant or sleep, and the power of Kundalini cannot be awakened, so you cannot perceive the consciousness of sahasrara.
If we look at these definitions from a scientific point of view, we will find that the left and right hemispheres of the brain are each responsible for different functions. The left hemisphere of the brain controls the right side of the body and is the person in charge of scientific thinking. The right side of the brain is responsible for creativity and the function of the right side of the body. In yoga, we are looking for a balance between the left and right, so the balance between the left and right sides of the brain and the left and right sides of the body contributes.
The balance between ida and pingala occurs on the ajna chakra, which is represented by a lotus flower with two petals in the center of the forehead. One of the pets is represented by the energy channel of ida and the other pet is represented by the energy channel of pingala.
In addition, yoga theory points out that there is a connection between the mind and the body, so when the mind is balanced – between ida and pingala – between the left and right hemispheres – then the body is also balanced. Here, it is important to maintain a balance in the mind to develop a balance of the body. This can be achieved by using dhyana or respiratory control techniques [pranayama].
The opposite is true, however – when the body is also balanced, the balance of the mind is created. Therefore, balancing physical strength on the body also helps to create a balance in the mind – especially when we focus on breathing, just as we focus on breathing, we also focus on breathing or our inner vitality.
Important balance postures in yoga practice include standing balance, such as:
Vrikshasana [tree pose]
Natarajasana [Dancer' s]
Utkatasana [fierce posture]
Arm balance postures include:
Bakasana [crane posture]
Mayurasana [peacock pose]
Tolasana [weighing scale]
Pinchamayurasana [feather peacock pose]
Bhuajapidasana [hand pressure posture]
In all balance postures, you should focus on your core muscles because they help stabilize you and your ajna chakras, because your ajna chakra is the command center of the body and mind.
Here, by balancing your posture, you can not only balance your body, but also integrate into your heart and your Nadi. A balanced life always makes life happier.Food, Health & You is an incredible package that offers so much more than just a simple docuseries. It has a major point of difference which is that it is a Complete Implementation System that gives people all the tools they need to effortlessly transform their life and secure their future health. 5 Hypnosis Sessions Created By Award-winning Clinical Hypnotherapist Dr. Steve G. Jones. As Seen On Tv: Celeb Therapist & Best Author Marisa Peer's Proven Weight Loss System. Perfect Complimentary Offer To Weight Loss/health Related Lists.