Pop CultureYoga

Leaders should practice these Yoga asanas to stay calm and focused.

Protests in the Indian Parliament are almost an every-day affair now. It is almost a dream to expect our political leaders let go a session go smoothly without being aggressive and harshly vocal about their opinions. They lose their calm easily while having a general discussion. Our leaders must practice yoga on daily basis in order to stay calm and focused. As yoga takes a man closer to nature and disciplines his body and mind. Quality like patience is what we need in them. Following are some asanas which can help them to become a revolutionary politician.

1. Child’s Pose (Balasna)

Like a villager, squat on your heels. Roll your torso forward, bringing your forehead to rest on the bed in front of you letting your body express its grief of gristle and bone. This yoga asana can teach that one should always remain grounded, feel Compassion as it is a humane quality of understanding the suffering of others and wanting to do something to alleviate that suffering.

2. Tree Pose (Vriksasana)

This balancing pose requires focus, and putting your mind on one thing can be calming, Leung says. “It’s also extremely grounding, not just because you’re pressing your standing foot firmly on the mat, but also because it allows for steady breathing. You can breathe into this pose to help stabilize your body, and anytime you deepen your breath, you’re calming your nervous system,” Leung says. “It’s a mindful pose.” In order to understand every possible scenario, one must be flexible enough to take suggestions.

3.  Decent Pose (Sukhasana)

Fold your legs and sit with your back absolutely straight. Bring your thumb and index finger together and keep your palms on your knees facing upwards. This simple yoga exercise is all about breathing regularly and focusing on clearing your mind, leading to inner peace. We must hold strong in the shape and fortitude of our legs that means hold strong our ideologies, beliefs.



Facebook Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *