Surya Namaskar | Mantra & Chakra

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If you have less time, and you are finding a way to live fit and healthy, So, Sun Salutations is a good solution to it. Sun Salutations is first in every yoga asanas This only exersise benefits alot. Namaste friends! I am Ritesh And how to do Sun Salutations What is the alignment of Sun Salutations What is the benefit of Sun Salutations Today, we will try to get all the information Sun Salutations means to salute sun or pray him. If you start your day with Sun Salutation your mind and body stays healthy By doing this, direct rays of the sun cures many disease. By doing the Sun Salutation body gets proper amount of vitamin D So, that you can overcome problems like mental stress and obesity Everyday 5 to 10 mins after doing Sun Salutation You will not even need to do any asana So let us know by doing Sun Salutation daily which diseases you can prevent and stay healthy Sun Salutation is a combination of 12 powerful yoga asanas, Which is also a good cardio-vascular exercise and is beneficial for health Because of Sun Salutation, skin diseases are eliminated the possibility of their occurrence is eliminated With this practice, constipation and stomach diseases are eliminated and the functioning of the digestive system increases. Through this practice, all the small and big veins of our body become active Hence, laziness, sleeplessness etc. disorders go away The twelve positions of Sun Salutation make our body healthy by removing the deformities of entire organs This entire process is highly beneficial Its practitioner gets relief from pain of hands and feet The muscles of the neck, lungs and ribs become strong the body becomes light-weight by reducing excess body fat ‘Sun Salutation’ is also said to be useful for women men, children, young and old people. It is advisable to do Sun Salutation morning empty stomach. Means Those who do Sun Salutation daily their age, intelligence, strength, semen and fast increases. Let us start these simple and effective asanas of Sun Salutation for our good health Sun Salutation is practiced in twelve conditions, which are as follows- 1) Prayer posture. Stand straight with both hands folded Close the eyes, neck tight and eyesight Concentrate on the ‘command cycle’ and invoke ‘Sun God’ through the mantra ” Om Mitraya Namaha” (2) Hastautanasana. While inhaling, stretch both arms up towards the ears and tilt the arms and neck backwards Calling the ‘Sun God’ by focusing the attention the ‘Vishuddhi Chakra’ on the back of the neck ‘Om Ravay Namah.’ (3) Hasthpadasana Asana. In the third position, bend forward while slowly exhaling the breath. hands with your neck, touch the earth right and left of the feet by going down adjacent to the ears Knees stay straight head touching your knee behind the navel focus on the ‘Manipuraka Chakra’ pause in this moment for sometime . Call of ‘Sun God’ ‘Om Surya Namah.’ (4) Equestrian Pose In this position, while inhaling move the left leg backwards Stretch the chest forward Tilt the neck more backwards Leg stretched straight backward and leg paw erect pause in this moment for sometime Take the meditation to ‘Swadhisthan’ or ‘Vishuddhi Chakra’. Keep the face normal The call of ‘Lord of the Sun’ is ”Om Bhanave Namah” (5) Mountain pose or adho mukh shavasan So, exhale and move your left leg backward The heels of the two legs are joined together Stretch the body backwards and try to match the ankles to the earth Raise the buttocks as high as possible Tilt the neck down and apply the chin to the moth Practice focusing on the ‘Sahasrar Chakra’ Call of the Sun God ”Om Khagay Namah”. (6) 8 limed pose While inhaling, prostrate the body parallel to the earth and first put the knee, chest and forehead on the earth Lift the buttocks slightly. Exhale Put the focus on the ”Anahata Chakra” Normalize the speed of breathing Call of Lord of the Sun ”Om Pushen Namah.” 7) Cobra pose Inhale and pull the chest forward and straighten the hands. Move the neck backwards Knees touch the earth and feet remain claws Pull the base and sustain the meditation there. The call of the ‘Lord of God’ is ” Om Hiranyagarbhaya Namah.” (8) Mountain pose expelling the breath slowly. Move the right leg backward as well The heels of the two legs are joined together. Stretch the body backwards and try to match the ankles to the earth. Raise the buttocks as high as possible Tilt the neck down and apply the chin to the moth Practice focusing on the ‘Sahasrar Chakra’. Call of ‘Sun God’ ‘Om Marichaye Namah.’ 9] Equestrian pose In this position, while inhaling. move the left leg backwards Stretch the chest forward. Tilt the neck more backwards Leg stretched straight backward and leg paw erect Wait a while in this situation Take the meditation to ‘Swadhisthan’ or ‘Vishuddhi Chakra’ Keep the face normal Call of ‘Sun God’ ”Om Aditya Namah.’ 10) Standing Forward Bend In the third position, slowly exhaling the breath While bend forward With hands and neck, touch the earth right and left of the feet by going down adjacent to the ears Knees stay straight touching the forehead knees while focusing behind the navel on the ‘Manipuraka Chakra’ Pause for a few moments Do not seek the seekers who have faults of the waist and spine The call of the ‘Lord of God’ is ”Om Savitre Namah.” (11) Raised Arm Pose While inhaling, spread both hands with your ears upwards and tilt the arms and neck backwards Focus your attention on the ‘Vishuddhi Chakra’ on the back of the neck The call of the ‘Lord of Gods’ is ” Om Namakaya Namah.” 11 and the last asana Prayer pose Stand upright with both hands join Call of the ‘Lord of the Sun’ ”Om Bhaskarai Namah.” Do by mantraIn addition to good health Surya Namaskar also gives us an opportunity to show gratitude, to the Sun for preserving life on earth. After doing Surya Namaskar, take complete rest in yoga sleep. You will find that it has become your mantra to be fit, happy and calm A mantra whose effect will be with you throughout the day. Surya Namaskar – A complete compound exercise. Thank You for watching my video. keep smiling. Take care of yourself Namaste

 

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