Yoga, if performed with discipline, can be a solution to all problems.
The importance of yoga
The idea of the International Day of Yoga was first proposed by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi during his speech at the UNGA. Following his proposal, the UN unanimously declared 21st June as International Yoga Day. Today, almost 200 countries are endorsing yoga. Decoding the principles of yoga: Yoga is not a religious tradition or exercise; it is a scientific, universal and secular life system. For patients, yoga is a complete treatment (system) and for yogis, it is the source to achieve perfection in life. The five prime benefits of yoga are: a. Balances the whole system – from the chemicals, salts and hormones to the entire physical system. b. Regenerates the degenerated cells. c. Awakens the divine and spiritual side. d. Creates more awareness about the surroundings. e. Treats disease and deformation of the mind. A yogi never thinks of violence, lying, dishonesty and greed, and there is no profanity, dissatisfaction, inaction, self-aversion and atheism found in his life. From yoga, comes productivity, creativity and positivity. It is the complete source for external and internal development of an individual. From the yogic activities and asanas, pranayama and meditation, the soul is awakened. Health, beauty, power, peace, prosperity, happiness and success – these are the seven main wishes of people across the world. These seven prudential wishes can be accomplished from yoga. All those who do yoga in the morning achieve complete energy to discharge their duties efficiently. Just an hour dedicated to yoga will work wonders.