We live in an age where everything moves fast. Everything we are doing on a daily basis is fast . “I have to get up quick, get dressed, run for the next bus or the metro, do the job quick, eat fast (and most of the time fast food) go back home fast, exercise quickly…” It is like everything is a case of urgency, especially if you live in a big city, as if everything in life is a task to be completed ! FAST FAST FAST . The word is very well sticked to the back of our heads that it eventually reflects on our relationships , our live styles. Have you ever stopped and thought if you are living a meaningful life , the one that you really want to live and moreover,are you even enjoying it ?
They say “HASTE MAKES WASTE”. In these modern times, are we living the life of a big waste to eventually wake up one day and realize our regret of having done things in a haste,the things we actually never wanted? Have you ever wondered how our ego can manipulate us into thinking we do certain things to be validated by the society and to look normal ? While doing this, where does our happiness go ?
After months of grey weather and rain, we finally have some sunshine and breeze in Paris and this is definitely something to salute! Paris looks much more beautiful with the sunshine and life is more beautiful when you wake up to the beautiful energizing sunshine…
The sun is the primary source of life and energy for this planet. It has represented Power, Strength, Energy, Force, Clarity, consciousness, self illumination and growth in many different cultures. Without the Sun, there will be no life on Earth. The sun exists in everything we eat, drink and breathe. It is no wonder that when one is in tune with the cycles of the sun, they have the energy, health, well-being, vitality, and longevity.
Sun Salutation (Surya Namaskar) in Yoga is practiced to tune our energy with the cycle of the sun to achieve all the health benefits.
One sequence of Sun Salutation consists of 12 yoga postures ideally done in the morning. If you are a beginner in Yoga, it is a great way to start through regular 10 minutes practice that you can increase in time.
You can repeat this sequence as many times as you want without forcing your body.