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Response of Yoga

The movements of yoga will carve out a long, lean, strong, and confident body. The person will feel more energetic.
All those deep breaths reset your mind back to its natural state: calm, focused and sharp, which is the natural stage of mediation. A person can feel inner peace, love and happiness.
All the focusing inward illuminates our positive behaviours and tendencies. We get to create or re-create ourselves each day. Regular practice gives you a clear mind and the inspiration and courage to be constantly expanding and improving your life by living moment to moment. By BhagwatGita, mind can be our best friend or our worst enemy, it depends on us.
While practicing yoga, pranayama, asanas etc, it refreshes all 72864 Nadis inside the body and helps to open blocks in 88000 Chakras. When your brain is “on yoga” your neurological system is brought back into balance and is conditioned to steer you naturally toward a healthy and holy lifestyle. Our bodies are constantly rewired to make whatever we practice get easier. When we practice a healthy and balanced way of living we get the balance among body, mind and soul.
When there is tension in the body and the mind, your intuition gets buried, the mind becomes dull, the aura becomes dark and the body switches to survival mode. Practicing the yoga, that helps to release tension and to calm your mind, making room for your intuition to float to the surface and guide you. It also helps us to improve our will power and to understand our mind.
Creative energy nectar starts to flow when your body and mind begin to release mental blocks. Creativity doesn’t like to come out when there are stress and confusion, whether from physical tension or mental cloudiness. When the stress melts away, the mind becomes stronger and the person gets more clarity in his or her life. Then, finally, the creativity can come out to play.