How to select the right combination of yoga

By : Dr. Buddhadeb Ghosh | : 15 July, 2020
How to select the right combination of yoga

How to select the right combination of yoga

Yoga, Pranayama Meditation are integral parts of the scientific way of life. Yoga does not help improve muscles. It strengthens your internal organs, body, mind, brainpower, neural network and immunity. So, Coronavirus cannot make you prey. Select your Yoga needs as given below.

Everything depends upon your age, class (school, college, university), occupation and some other factors. But we shall discuss here the important issues for students above 10 years of age, that is, those who are entering high school and above. Before entering into the details, we must acquaint you with some important information. Keep in mind that it is the best period of life, that is, beginning with the high school. Life is determined between 10 to 25 years of age. It is true for any individual who has become successful throughout history.

We are not discussing here the geniuses, or politicians, or monarchs. We are discussing billions of young people from the middle class who are confused by purposeless, selfish and stupid surroundings everywhere in the world. Those who loiter time during this phase are doomed to lower level entrapment and lifelong failure. Organize your energy and time by any means, whatever fits you well, but remain absolutely concentrated on your aim and purpose. If you do this now, you will see at 30 years of age that you are at a higher level, while your friends and relatives are either confined to the kitchen, or frustrated and depressed, or being involved in unsocial activities. Those students of mine who have reached a higher plateau in this life, have utilized this phase very maturely, objectively rationally. To be more precise, I have suffered a lot from my village days to urban metropolis at the hands of mediocre people including relatives and wasted a large part of my positive energy. But I have never given up. My parents had always been by my side. I am posting one of the greatest quotes of all times in this context that will motivate you further. Even if nobody in your surroundings regularly practices Yoga, you have to continue on your own. You will definitely be successful.

“Where the environment is stupid or prejudiced or cruel, it is a sign of merit to be out of harmony with it. To be out of harmony with one's surroundings is of course a misfortune, but it is not always a misfortune to be avoided at all costs. ”

--Bertrand Russell.

Let us now begin the selection process.

First of all, ask yourself what types of Yoga is required for making your body flexible if it is not flexible by birth. Flexibility is the foundation stone of the temple called the “human body”.

Second, ask yourself what internal organs are weak for you, such as Liver, Spleen, Heart, Brain and Memory, Stomach, Lung, Kidney, Throat, Eye, Nose, Ear, Fertility Organs and overall strength. In addition, we include here Yoga for Asthma, Indigestion, Menstrual Troubles, Cold & Cough and Headache and some such common malaises suffered by the common masses. This will help you choose the right combination of Yoga.

However, before starting the Yoga preferably each morning or evening, you have to do some physical freehand exercises, which football and cricket and hockey players do just before any match. Do it just for 10 to 15 minutes. We shall talk on these exercises in later section. It helps you relax your muscles. Remember that you must have empty stomach before the Yoga process begins. Now I am going to suggest you some specific Yoga for each of the vital organs of our body which determines your physical and mental well-being.

Liver & Spleen: Pranayama, Uddiyan, Shayana Paschimottason, Halasana, Pavanmuktasana, Shirshana, Surya Namaskar, Sarvangasana and Ustrasana.

Heart: Pranayama, Viparitkarani, Pavanmuktasana, Walking Pranayama.

Brain and Memory: Shirshana, Sarvangasana and Ustrasana.

Stomach: Pranayama, Uddiyan, Ardha-Kurmasana, Sarvangasana, Ustrasana, Shayana Paschimottason, Shirshana.

Lung: Pranayama, Viparitkarani Mudra, Paschimottason, Yogamudra, Ustrasana, Shashagasana (both Asthma & Bronchitis).

Kidney & Gall Bladder: Pranayama, Uddiyan, Ardha-Kurmasana, Sarvangasana, Ustrasana, Shayana Paschimottason, Shirshana, Halasana, Shashangasana.

Throat: Pranayama, Yogamudra, Ardha-Chakrasana, Bhujangasana, Padahastasana, Paschimottason, Ustrasana, Makarasana, Trikonasana.

In addition, we are presenting here some Yoga for the following commonly prevalent diseases.

Arthritis: Pranayama, Viparitkarani Mudra, Janushirasana, Hastamudra, Ardha-Shalabhasana, Makarasana.

Acidity: Paschimottason, Pavanmuktasana, Yogamudra, Sarvangasana.

Anemia: Pranayama, Paschimottason, Supta Vajrasana, Viparitkarani Mudra.

Asthma (Bronchitis): Pranayama, Viparitkarani Mudra, Paschimottason, Yogamudra, Ustrasana, Shashangasana.

Blood Pressure: Pranayama, Viparitkarani, Pavanmuktasana.

Cold & Cough: Pranayama, Shirshasana, Viparitkarani Mudra (or, Sarvangasana), Uddiyan.

Colitis: Pranayama, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Janushirasana, Shashangsana.

Constipation: Pranayama, Yogamudra, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Shirshasana, Shashangsana.

Diabetes: Pranayama, Janushirasana, Yogamudra, Shashangsana, Ustrasana.

Gastric (Peptic) Ulcer: Pranayama, Shirshasana, Matsyasana, Yogamudra, Paschimottason.

Fistula: Mulabandha Mudra, Sarvangasana, Janushirasana, Shashangasana.

Hysteria & Fainting: Pranayama, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Shirshasana, Shashangsana, Ustrasana.

Impotency: Pranayama, Mulabandha & Mahabandha Mudra, Matsyasana, Sarvangasana.

Indigestion: Pranayama, Uddiyan, Ardha-Kurmasana, Sarvangasana, Ustrasana, Shayana Paschimottason, Shirshana.

Jaundice: Pranayama, Shayan-Paschimottason, Shirshana, Pavanmuktasana.

Menstrual Troubles: Pranayama, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Paschimottason, Shashangasana, Bhadrasana.

Obesity: Walking Pranayama, Yogamudra, Janushirasana, Paschimottason, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Shashangsana or Shirshasana.

Piles (Arsha): Walking Pranayama, Shayan-Paschimottason, Pavanmuktasana, Matsyasana, Sarvangasana, Shashangasana.

Pyorrhea (Bad Smell of Mouth): Pranayama, Matsyasana, Sarvangasana, Janushirasana, Paschimottason, Uddiyan, Halasana, Shirshasan.

Sleeplessness (Insomnia): Walking Pranayama, Pavanmuktasana, Viparitkarani Mudra (or, Sarvangasana), Ardha-Kurmasana, Yogamudra.

Tonsillitis: Yogamudra, Ardha-Chakrasana, Bhujangasana, Padahastasana, Ustrasana, Makarasana.

Note: We shall elaborate on these Yoga positions along with English titles and breathing control- inhale and exhale- which are the most important inseparable elements of Yoga and Pranayama. If you can continue the above combinations for a decade and continue to do so, depending upon your needs, I am definite, you will be able to defer your aging and liberate yourself from common diseases. That will increase your happiness, productivity and wellbeing. Your radiance will illuminate many in your surroundings.


About the author:

Dr. Buddhadeb Ghosh
Dr. Buddhadeb Ghosh
Buddhadeb completed his Ph. D. in Social Science, taught at the two greatest institutes...

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