AS A WAY OF LIFE
Yoga has become a household name not only in India but across the globe. Why is it such an attractive pursuit?
Every form of yoga has its asanas, which include pranayam, dhyan, kriyayein, etc. We explain the science behind yoga as ‘jeevan ka jaan vigyan hai’ (the life of living world is science). We motivate people to learn and practice different postures of yoga for different reasons, apart from keeping fit and fine. These ancient exercises have immense potential to cure every disease, including chronic ones.
Yoga comprises all the essential elements of life such as knowledge, emotions, and action. It has the power to cure all lifestylebased diseases. If one practices anulom vilom pranayam for 15 minutes, it will cure high blood pressure, while kapalbhati pranayam has the power to cure thyroid. A 30-minute practice of kapalbhati will cure hepatitis and colitis diseases. Similarly, if one does anulom vilom and kapalbhati pranayam for 30 minutes each, it will cure chronic diseases.
Could you give some examples of yoga curing chronic diseases?
There are many such examples. We have witnessed people suffering from the third and fourth stage of bone cancer, brain cancer, and breast cancer cured just by exercising anulom vilom for an hour every day. People are aware that yoga makes the body healthy but we stress that yoga has the power to change the entire life of a person. We promote yoga as a lifestyle, as a treatment for incurable diseases, for peace of mind, and meditation. We connect yoga with the development of IQ among children, concentration among women, elders, etc. We emphasise the fact that if you want to have all round mental and physical development, yoga is the onestop solution. We encourage women with infertility issues to do yoga and results are 100 per cent. We have done a detailed experiment regarding this, and now it is part of the life of crores of people across the globe. I’m very confident that the whole world will adopt it shortly as it is the only way to world peace, health, harmony, and prosperity.
People always complain that they want to practice some asanas but due to the paucity of time and tight schedules they fail to do so. Life is very busy, and diseases such as high blood pressure, hypertension, cancer, etc. result from an unorganised lifestyle. What is your advice regarding this?
Time can never be a constraint. Even if you don’t have enough time some key yoga postures can be practised in just 10 minutes: anulom vilom and kapalbhati for 3 minutes each and three times bhramari pranayama (the humming bee breath). These can be performed on a flight, in a car, or office. And if you have some more time, just do surya namaskar five times and