The words “YOGASANA” (or asana in brief) refers to a posture in one feel while keeping the body active internally. The Rishis (Vedic sages) had keenly observed the seating and standing posture of the different animals, which in spite of limited faculties, have wonderful physical capabilities that man is deprived of. They have studied effect of different posture in the laboratory of their own body and develop specific asanas which had rejuvenating effect on the entire body, mind and soul system.
We highlight main asanas of Pragya yoga. Adapt practice of these everyday would help controlled movements for strengthening the nerves muscle and different organs and regularizing the blood supply in all parts of the body. Not only that, the chanting of the segment of supreme Vedic Mantra the Gayathri Mantra, in specific sequel as directed here with deep breathing would induce soothing effects in the mind as well. It includes is posture it can be corelated with Gayathri Mantra which gives flow of energy with happy mind and healthy body.
Yoga is very ancient practice that originated in India, the term refers to union or communion. For this, yoga is viewed as a physical, mental and spiritual discipline that confers a sound, body and a sound mind.
Why Pragya Yoga
Pragya yoga is developed by Pt. Shriram Sharma Acharya (chief patron, all world GayathriPariwar Trust, Shanti Kunj, Haridwar). Pragya yoga is very effective communication of asanas, breathing exercise, a movement of the body. With the combination of these asanas one may have proper balance of physical and mental body. With each step of asanas once syllable of Gayathri manta included. Along with physical exercise one mental concentration and spiritual purity is exercised. It is a series of sixteen step as: -
- Triyakbhujangasana (left)
- Triyakbhujangasana (right)
- Shakti sanchalana
In total there are sixteen (16) steps of asanas are there and four
(4) asanas are repeated in series. Pragya yoga helps organa and muscle to carry out their function properly coordinated, rhythmical movement in Pragya yoga are designed for organic and functional development.
Pragya yoga practice is sufficient to significantly decrease the stress level of the student. Pragya yoga promote the calmness of mind and in subsidises the stress level and anxiety level. Pragya yoga is well known and vital technique within the yogic repertoire its versatility and application make it one of the useful methods to induce healthy vigorous and active life increase expansion of the awareness. We highlight the main asanas of Pragya yoga. Adapt practice of this everyday would have controlled movement of strengthening the nerves, muscle and different organs and regularizing the blood supply in all part of the body.