Thursday, November 4, 2010

Feeling Grounded and Rooted

One of the most beneficial effects of a regular yoga practice is the feeling of groundedness or “rootedness.” You might come to your practice feeling preoccupied or scattered, but when you leave, you feel much more calm.

Yoga slows us down and helps us connect with ourselves. Stretching and breathing in a deliberate way helps to clear away the chatter of the mind. So we move our bodies slowly, we breathe deeply, and as a consequence we reconnect with our selves. We feel more solid, more whole.

For me, it’s one of the best things about practicing yoga. It’s also the fourth of the Ten Principles of Yoga.

2 comments:

Wins said...

Really after practicing yoga regularly we feel so much more calm. The secrets of yoga are inwardness, concentration, and purification of mind and body with cleansing thoughts and food. You did good job in this blog.


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