OM GAN GANPATAYE NAMAH.
Yoga is an ancient Indian body of knowledge that dates back more than 5000 years ago. The word "Yoga" came from the Sanskrit word "yuj" which means "to unite or integrate." Today ,interest in heath consciousness is attracting people from all over the world to earn better health in body and contentment in mind. now a days people are looking towords natural ways of approch in health & happiness.This search has brought YOGA in our daliy life.Yoga keeps our inner body and inner mind clean & clear to lead a life of benevolence. The practice of Yoga Exercises or Asanas can improve your health, increase your resistance, and develope your mental awareness. Doing the Yoga Poses requires you to study each pose and execute it slowly as you control your body and your mind.

Thursday, April 5, 2007

How to fight with the stress?

1)Start your day stress- free

1) Wake up in the morning before 6:00 a.m.
2) Empty bowel and urine
3) Wash your face, giving special attention to the eyes.
4) Brush your teeth, scrape your tongue and rinse your mouth. This is also a good time to drink a cup of water.
5) Perform abhyanga (ayurvedic oil massage).
6) Because it's best to wait an additional 10-15 minutes for the oil to soak.
7) Bathe or shower. Use warm rather than hot water.
8) Do Surya Namaskara or Yoga Asanas.
9) Practice deep breathing or Pranayama.
10) Have breakfast -- apple or pear and warm cereal is ideal.
11) Then leave for your office/work

2. Create an Armor against Stress
Abhyanga is an excellent way to build resilience to stress. If you don't have time for the full body massage, at least massage your hands, feet, and neck region .These are major stress areas.

3. Meditate to Release Stress
While all parts of the daily routine are important, the Pranayama & meditation are the most effective way to reduce stress.

4. Calm Anxiety with Therapeutic Aromas
Therapeutic aromas work very well in relieving stress and have a proven calming effect. Flowers in the home also create a natural soothing aroma.

5. Listen to Serene Music
Music has a vital effect on your nervous system, mind and emotions. You should listen to melodies of Gandharva Veda music, which align biological rhythms with nature's rhythms. When you listen to music for its therapeutic effect, keep the volume low. Increasing the volume causes noise pollution and actually increases stress.

6.Do not stress yourself by thinking what is going to happen

7. Drink Stress-Busting Beverages
1) Almond Energy -soak 10 almonds at night in water.in morning put almonds & milk in blender make almond milkshake & drink it.

2) Worry Free Tea also reduces helps support the body's natural ability to combat stress. Sip a cup of this potent herbal brew at three different times during the day.
Boil equal quantity of
Ashwagandha,
cinnamom,
black pepper,
fennel seed(ani seed),
brahmi,
clove,
Jestamadh (licorise) in one cup of water.

3) Avoid coffee.

4)Cumin-Mineral Water
1 quart water
1/4 tsp. whole cumin
1/3 tsp. whole fennel
2 pinches of licorice
Boil the water first. Place it in a thermos and add the spices. Sip the water throughout the day to improve digestion and increase your energy.

5 comments:

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

Thanks a lot. I am quite sure this will help a lot

Sia's Corner said...

what exactly is Gandharva Veda music?

Dr.Aparna S. Pattewar said...

Gandharva music is the expression of the eternal music of Nature. It is the music that is in alliance with Natural Law. If you can hear the music of Nature as the sun rises, as it shines in the fullness of the midday, as the soft shadows of late afternoon spread across the land, if you can hear the sun set, the deep silence of midnight, the stillness of early morning and the first awakening of the dawn, these are the melodies and rhythms of gandharva music. They match perfectly with the cycles of Nature and the changing rhythms of Nature that govern the evolution of all levels of creation, from the minute to the ever-expanding universe.
& also see the below link for music
http://www.maharishi.org/gandharva/music_selections.html

Sia's Corner said...

thanks aparna. i will check that link:)

mau said...

no words to express..really helpful for todays stressful life.thnx a lot ..i hv dwnloaded gandharva music.thnx once again.
Regards.
mau

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