The term Yoga comes from a Sanskrit word ‘Yuj’, which translates into union, joining together and merging. It is the union of physical activities, mental thoughts, and breathing methods to toughen the physique and lessen stress.
Yoga is unequivocally the blend of various physical, mental, and spiritual disciplines that helps a body achieve mental tranquility as well as bodily supremacy. Starting from ignorance, Yoga touches our consciousness while letting us meet our real-self bringing about radical changes in our behaviours and perceptions. It has the power to be incredibly ferocious with our body while changing it completely and revealing our capabilities, which otherwise were hidden and lost into our self-perceived world of bewilderment and darkness.
Contemporary life-style is very demanding and taxing, and Yoga comes as fresh breath of air many feel that it is a miracle, once pursued, it will steer one’s life into the new direction. Experts feel that even, not more, half an hour of Yoga everyday can change life in the long course.
It helps in achieving the uninterrupted condition of mental serenity while at the same time also gaining a healthy body and soul. It is quite versatile and can hold many other set of guidelines to form a combination of diverse methods. Some feel that Yoga is performed as part of an exercise to achieve healthy body, but in reality it has potential to change a person drastically and considered to be limitless.
Even though, Yoga has been interpreted in many ways, it has been globally acknowledged and accepted as a universal trend. Experts say that in early days Yogic methods were done to achieve Nirvana, a said state where the person becomes one with all. It is a state of psyche where the realization is important and away from natural limitations, and also has cosmic alertness. It directs a mind to rise towards effects that are significant and important.