A Better Lifestyle With Yoga and Happiness
When we are seeking happiness in our lives, we often equate that to feelings of lightness and the relief of being unburdened of our problems. Exercise has been considered a good outlet for stress and tensions, allowing us to relax. And yet, once we venture out into our busy lives, the stress and tension build up all over again. So what we may need is the ability to release these physical stresses and to find some spiritual awareness that will support us throughout our day. Perhaps that is why more people are investing in the idea of yoga and happiness.
[tip-fact]The concept of yoga and happiness is based on the understanding that yoga intertwines body, mind and spirit. As you commit to a daily yoga practice, you will begin to notice slight natural shifts in your body and in how well you are able to take in and release your breath. The breath is considered our life force energy. When it becomes trapped in your body and your breath is shallow and constricted, you will find that you are constantly tired or distressed. When you explore the idea of yoga and happiness you will notice that, with each pose and each breath you take, you are actually releasing the day's[b-quote] tensions. When your muscles are being elongated and your torso is flowing into a deep twist, this creates a kind of "wringing out" of the body’s toxins. Each series of yoga poses is about creating fluid movements – a flow that allows your lungs to expand, which in turn
will bring in more breath.
It is important to recognize that with yoga and happiness, some effort is required in order to achieve its benefits. With yoga, it is finding the right time of day or evening where you can subdue the worries of the day and focus on simply breathing while gently practicing the poses. And in happiness, it is to initiate a similar focus to ask yourself what you consider your true source of enjoyment and pleasure to be. It doesn't all happen in one sitting, but it will happen, probably when you least expect it, and that’s because you have laid the foundation in order to receive all the benefits of your hard work.