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Published on: 23 Oct 2016 by samo
Stress is an omnipresent bane of our existence, which plagues people of all backgrounds. We are surrounded by digital distractions, work-related stress inducers, haphazard urban environments, and social entanglement.Some people, however, manage to escape the void of negative emotions and face very new day with smiles as wide as an eternal blue sky. Numerous studies have confirmed that those who practice yoga on a regular basis achieve greater, more consistent happiness in life, so what is their secret?
"Do not worry, be happy" is a nice mantra, but it is easier said than done. In order to live by it, you cannot just repeat it forever. Take the example of yogis, who are the master builders of inner shrines. Years of practice have given them the perseverance to take on this quest block by block. On the contrary, many people live in the illusion that they have no time to decompress, but in truth, the culprit is often their lack of will. Instead of spending time with their eyes glued to the screen, they could leave at least half an hour for the soothing practice of yoga. After all, merry yogis have demonstrated the immense power of life decisions and habits forging their own well being.
So, is the key to happiness their ability to utter life-changing mantras, ignore material goals,flawlessly perform forms of perfect breathing techniques? Well, all of that and something more. Much like all physical exercise, yoga increases the level of feel-good hormones, including dopamine, endorphin, and serotonin. This natural tide elevates the mood, blocks pain, and supplies you with energy. Styles that involve more movement,s such as Vinyasa flows, are particularly good at summoning these benefits. They also demand peerless concentration and focus, teaching you how to embrace meditation through movement.
Furthermore, yoga is an excellent pain alleviator. This menace, when present on a chronic basis, can dull the senses and inhibit cognitive functions. Negative consequences come in the form of depression, insomnia, anxiety, inactivity and other problems. These tend to spill over to all areas of your life, as well as your relationships with family, friends, coworkers, partners, etc. So, it is small wonder that a sedentary lifestyle is a perilous journey of health issues and mental conditions. On the other hand, yoga relieves you of tedious muscle tension, and corrects poor alignment.
Tuning in, dropping out
Today, people surrender themselves to the petty pleasure of instant gratification. Seeking happiness through acquiring material wealth, Facebook likes, and dishonest compliments is a short-lived and shallow endeavor. Do not be surprised to see a yogi in fitness wear, with a smartphone in hand, or going to the gym. Still, these people know when the time to disconnect is. That is what separates them from others who are in constant touch with draining stimulants: text messages, notifications, gossip, etc. So, take a step back and rething you priorities: make some room for relief and rejuvenation in your schedule and make a positive difference.
A perfect storm
Life is a journey, and the destination is always obfuscated by clouds of uncertainty. However, it is within our power to stay on a steady course, and use virtue and tenacity to wind our sails. Ignore the world of perpetual consumerism, information hoarding and stressing, drop out of the never-ending race to the bottom. Commit to making lifestyle changes and adjustments and breaking bad habits. Recharge your batteries, regulate internal mental and chemical processes, and see the world in a new light. Find inner peace and immerse in the endless inner ocean.