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i have a guestion if i have p m s can i do yoga exercise? thank you
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If I understand correctly PMS stands for Pre Menstrual Syndrome or even Pre Menstrual Tension. Yogasanas are actually helpfull in reducing PMS. But I suppose your question actually is whether you can do yogasana while menstruating. The answer is that yes you can, but usually inversions are avoided during the period.
I respectfully disagree that Yoga is not a religion. I understand the hesitance of calling it such, but Yoga does have very specific spiritual beliefs, many listed in this very article. It is more than just a "set of practices" it is a spiritual practice rooted in very specific and very ancient beliefs that pre-date Hinduism. While some call the spiritual aspect of Yoga "Vedanta" in fact there are some significant differences between most Hindu/Vedanta sects and Yoga. At the same time, to say that Yoga does not have a specific spiritual set of beliefs is highly misleading. While you list Buddhism as a religion, I would like to point out that there are many Buddhist Christians and Buddhist Jews. Yoga has as much a right to be called a religion as Buddhism.Finally, you may be aware that Autobiography of a Yogi, listed as one of 100 best spiritual books of the century, is the memoir of the founder of the Self Realization Fellowship, a religious organization of Kriya Yoga.There is also another sect of Kriya Yoga in Chicago, very much a religion.There is also the highly controversial Siddha Yoga, which is spread throughout the United States and India, as well as many parts of the world. It is very much a religion, which shares similarity with Vedanta, but ultimately has its own set of belief.I am sorry, but I do not call myself Hindu nor Vedanta. I am Yoga, and it is very much a spiritual practice for me, which is just a nicer name for religion.
Towards the end of your article, in the sentence "In fact, Yoga is being practiced by a lot of people from different religions like Christians, Jewish, Buddhists, and Muslims." the word "Jewish" is used incorrectly. The correct word should be "Jews" . Thanks.
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Thanks a lot for the article. I was searching for some material for writing an article on yoga for children. This information is useful to me.
Whether it is a religion or not, the benefits of yoga are unquestionable. We all human beings have been created by the almighty in the same way physically. So, what''s wrong in practising something which does good to our mind and soul and hence to the society even though if it does belong to another religion. Every religion teaches us to take good from everywhere possible.
By the way, we use so many medicines in our day to day life. Who knows to which religion the inventor of the drug belongs to?
Let''s be united and work together for the upheaval of mankind.
thank you for giving such a good information regarding yoga.
After reading a few lines of the meaning of Yoga,I began to imagine myself tranforming into an organised person. I wish I knew this 15years ago.
Am a Nigerian citizen and here only very few of just 1% citizens know about it. I will really appreciate it if I can get more information or help from you to unravel myself through Yoga.
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Excellent place to know about Yoga!!!!
Yoga is connection with body,mind & soul.Yoga cannot be practiced without spirituality & Higher power.
You surrender to God & you feel internal connection & opening.
Thankyou for the indepth information on yoga. I do attend a power yoga class and yoga is absolutely wonderful
their is no relationship between yoga and spiritual.yoga are different culture.
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A beautiful descriptive definition of yoga. thanks a lot
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very beautiful and brief description of yoga; thank you very much for this; I enjoyed it a lot.
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Hi to levaleri: I just wanted to point out to me yoga is not a religion, even though I understand why it is religious for you and I agree that there are several religions that use yoga and there could be a religous base, I don''t think it''s religious to everyone. For me it''s a way of life. Also many originally considered buddism a philosophy. Of course throughout the years many branches of buddism arrised which are now religion. Regarding calling someone a Jew, I like Jewish better and thank the author for being respectul of that. Being jewish myself, if you called me a jew, I might take offense to that. When I read your post I took offense to it, I''m not sure if you meant it that way or not as I am only reading it and not speaking to you live. At any rate thank you to the author for the article it''s informative and a nice base for deepening the practice beyond asana. Thanks again!
Also my apologies to levaleri re:the comment regarding jews, that was directed to pundit 45 who wrote that comment. Thank you
i m agree with u ! because yoga is a technique which can be practiced in every walk of life (food, posture, breathing ,thinking and the whole personalty ).everyone can adopt it. it''s beyond the culture, religion, lenguage and any other diffrences. yoga is like the SunLight which is meant for everyone.
Yoga is my life
yoga is my life
Having yoga in my life is a great decision and I like to think of it as an alternative to the traditional medicine that we use today. Having been diagnosed for PTSD, I owe a lot to those who have helped me along the way with yoga. For those who believe if its a religion or a culture, don''t think of it as either, just enjoy the teachings and learn from it. If you want to, then do the research and don''t assume based on what you think you know. Take care everyone. Live well and prosper. Have a good one.