Thursday, January 1, 2009

New Year Resolution

Make fitness as your new year resolution for 2009 and try the yoga described below

Thursday, December 11, 2008

The Spirit Of Change

The Spirit of Change
A Highly Conscious Approach To Business Management.
For more on this topic please link to Innerwealth Web Site
For many years I have worked with people who are keen to work effectively as possible. The most successful people I have encountered in this time are moved by an expansive vision. They are fascinated by life and driven to experience it fully. They respond well to change although they do not necessarily like it. They think clearly when information is uncertain and structures of belief are impaired. They see connections between a fast moving world and their vision, and they have open and receptive state of mind that is not paralyzed by information they had not expected. They have mastered the art of working with people and are able to communicate honestly, pursue compelling vision and engage with integrity.
A powerful resistance always thrives during times of transition and it is pervasive today. Leaders are struggling to make decisions that are needed, organizations are not developing incisive transition strategies. Employee burnout and ineffectiveness are epidemic at a time when creativity, quality and service are vitally important. Over 50% of all absenteeism in Corporate USA is a result of mental health problems.
Such a change will require the disposal of some long held beliefs. Beliefs that separate who we are at work from who we are at home. Beliefs that tend to uncertainty and stress rather than well-being and peace of mind. Solutions are needed that are not pressed from a foil strip or shaken from a bottle. We need solutions that resolve dichotomies at their very source. And this is what Innerwealth aims to achieve. In writing this article I have moved between my head and my heart. I have tried on the one hand to be logical and rational in presenting process for you to improve the quality of your home and work life but equally I have tried to speak from my heart. I guess if I truly achieved this I would be in silence, but I’m not. I truly think it is time for us all to put the heart and soul back into business and life.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Quiet Your Breath

In yoga, we are asked to pay careful attention to every aspect of our breath. Sometimes we have to match our breathing to our movements in and out of the postures. At other times, we use the breath to go deeper into a posture—for example, when we exhale into a twist.
Whether we are working on our breathing as we practice postures or on its own, we should understand that the inhale breath is very different from the exhale breath. The inhale is more energizing and is appropriate for movements that expand and extend. The exhale is more calming and is appropriate for movements that deepen and ground.
When you extend your exhalation, making it longer and slower, you create a calming effect by activating the "relaxation response"--the physiologic opposite of the stress-induced "fight or flight" reaction.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Benefits of Yoga

1) Brings down stress and enhances powers of relaxation
2) Boosts physical strength, stamina and flexibility
3) Bestows greater powers of concentration and self control
4) Inculcates impulse Control
5) Helps in rehabilitation of old and new injuries
6) Intensifies tolerance to pain and enhancing mental clarity
7) Boosts functioning of the immune system
8) Enhances posture and muscle tone
9) Improves blood circulation
10)Results in healthy, glowing skin
11)Cleanses and improves overall organ functioning
12)Bestows peace of mind and a more positive outlook to life
13)Infuses a sense of balance and internal harmony

Best of all, Yoga is highly therapeutic. Some of the ailments proven to be relieved, reversed and even healed through the practice of Yoga are acidity , allergies, alzheimer disease, anemia, anger, anxiety, arthritis, asthma, back pain, bronchitis, cancer, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic fatigue, colitis, common cold, constipation, depression, diabetes, epilepsy, eye problems, facial wrinkles, gastro-intestinal disorders, headaches, heartburn, hemorrhoids, hepatitis, high blood pressure, hypertension, immune-deficiency, impotence, menopause, menstrual cramps, migraines, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, nervous tension, obesity, osteoporosis, prostate, enlargement, sciatica, skin problems, sleep apnea, slipped disk, sterility, stiffness, stress, insomnia, intoxication, thyroid problems, kidney stones, stuttering and stammering, urinary tract disorders for women, vaginal infections and many more...

Can You Drink to Your Health?

It’s the most wonderful time of the year (or so the song goes), and between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, there’s plenty of celebrating on the schedule. Bottles will be opened, toasts will be given, glasses will be clinked, and if history repeats itself, liquor sales will increase nearly 50 percent during the month of December alone. If you feel you’re holding up your end of that statistic, you might be wondering what last night’s Champagne cocktail has done for you lately (besides giving you a slight headache). Luckily, there’s a raft of new research to take the blur out of the picture. Click on the links below to learn which drinks your body benefits from imbibing and how to indulge without the drawbacks. Now, that’s something you can raise a glass to.

Saturday, September 8, 2007

Yog Sandesh

Yog Sandesh, a research oriented monthly journal of Yog, Spiritualism, Ayurved, Culture and Tradition, published by Divya Yog Mandir (Trust)-Patanjali Yogpeeth in Hindi, English, Gujrati, Marathi, Punjabi, Bengali, Oriya, Assamese, Nepali, Kannada and Telugu is published & saled by Yog Sandesh Department. The circulation of the journal is about ten lac per month.

september issue

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