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Solution of Covid-19 in Yoga and Asanas

Updated: Aug 18, 2021


Today the whole world is fighting a virus called Covid-19. It is a biological virus that has caused havoc all over the world. It is a biological invasion. This attack is not of weapons but of bacteria. Due to which the death toll in the whole world has reached millions. Knowingly or unknowingly, India also fell into this. Religious bitterness in India is also the main reason for the spread of Covid-19. People forget in religious hysteria that the consequences of biological infection can be so terrible that the very existence of mankind can be endangered.

 

There are two types of diseases - infectious diseases and non-infectious diseases.

Infectious diseases are spread by bacteria, parasites. Infectious diseases are smallpox, cholera, TB, viral fever etc.

Non-infectious diseases do not spread. It arises due to poor lifestyle of people, lack of nutritious food, smoking, alcohol consumption etc. such as heart attack, diabetes, kidney or liver etc.

Furthermore, there is a danger at this time that is hovering over the existence of mankind.

That danger is - biological infection.

In earlier times, wars were fought with weapons, but today the situation is completely different. Now wars can also be fought biologically. People are more likely to die in this type of war because infected bacteria live in air, water and food, which spreads rapidly in people, people are not aware of the symptoms of infection and treatment. The possibilities are also very low. Death occurs in large numbers.


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Today the whole world is fighting a virus called Covid-19.


What is this Covid-19 virus?

It is a biological virus that has caused havoc all over the world. It is a biological invasion. This attack is not of weapons but of bacteria. Due to which the death toll in the whole world has reached millions. Knowingly or unknowingly, India also fell into this.


What is biological invasion?

Infected germs are spread in a country due to an accident or attack. Germs can be in the air, in water or in food, killing a large number of people. Germs spread rapidly from person to person.

Identifying early infection is not easy. Until the causes of the outbreak are identified, there are few options to avoid side effects. Therefore, at such times, the guide line decided by the government should be followed.


In such a situation it is possible - the infected person does not even know that he is infected. Its symptoms depend on the type of infection. The positive aspect for India under these critical conditions is that we are already aware of the infected symptoms of Covid-19. The second aspect is that we have positive effects of malaria medicines. Nevertheless, it is spreading rapidly in India.


The reasons for this are many.

The situation in India is different from the rest of the world. The population is more here. The culture here is different. There are many festivals that people gather to celebrate. Which is helpful in spreading infection.

Most of the people of India are illiterate as well as careless, who do not know the magnitude of such infection, this attitude of people helps in spreading the infection.

Religious fundamentalism is also the main reason for the spread of Covid-19 in India. People forget in religious hysteria that the consequences of biological infection can be so terrible that the very existence of mankind can be endangered. But people feel that this will not happen to us and we make mistakes. Apart from this, there are many other reasons - such as not keeping cleanliness, carelessness in food, social circle of people, decrease in immunity and our wrong habits etc.


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For the first time, we will discuss how to avoid or prevent the immediate effects of such a biological accident or attack.

  • If you feel that you are under its influence, contact your doctor immediately.

  • Bacteria, germs or viruses and parasites cause infections. Therefore, take measures to prevent the spread of infection.

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap. Wash your hands, wrists, nails etc.

  • Wash hands thoroughly after coughing, sneezing, or clearing your nose. Avoid contact with people.

  • Avoid touching the eyes.

  • Cover your mouth and nose with a mask or handkerchief.

  • Wear clean clothes, tie the infected clothes tightly in a plastic bag so that no other person is at risk of infection.

  • Stop meeting people at all.

  • Collaborate with doctors and administration.



What should we do for ourselves and society or country so that we can be completely safe from future biological accidents or attacks.

Indian culture is very ancient. This type of transition is also discussed in our Vedas, Puranas or texts. Rishis and Sages had such powers through yoga and rugs that they were able to keep themselves healthy and healthy even in just a garment or naked state on the snowy hills of the Himalayas.

Through rugs and yoga, our body's immunity increases due to which a person does not get sick, even if affected, he recovers after treatment. Which reduces the chances of spreading the biological infection.


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What is posture?

Lord Shiva is the originator of rugs in our Yoga Shastra. It is written in 'Hathayogapradipika'. Asanas are practiced for health benefits and healing. Asanas are performed not only for physical healing, but also for mental and spiritual personality development. The practice of asanas should relax and start slowly. Asanas prepare our body for higher disease immunity and spiritual experience.

Asana is the state of the body when our body and mind can remain calm, steady and happy.


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That is, Satyam Sukham Asanam. सत्यम् सुखम् आसनम्।

satyam sukham aasanam.


Asanas are practiced sitting in the same position for a long time without any discomfort. Furthermore, the second purpose of asanas is to conduct significant energy in different cycles. Sitting in the same position brings emptiness in thoughts and this is the goal of yoga.

We should also practice pranayama during asana. Prana is the energy of the entire universe. Whose breath is closely related to air. Breathing air and life are not the same.


Prana is more subtle than air.

Pranayama means the extension of life. The main purpose of Pranayama is to increase vital energy in the body and control the life force. Pranayama includes Anulom-Antonyam, Nadi Shohdhan, Sheetali, Sheetakari, Bhramari, Bhastrika, Kumbhak, Kapalbhati, Ujjayi, Suryabheda, Murthy etc.



Anulom-Antonyms Pranayama

  • Rest in a calm posture for a few minutes.

  • After a while, close the right nostril comfortably with your right hand, and breathe slowly through the left nostril. While breathing, make sure that the breath goes to the lungs. Next, after closing the left nostril, exhale slowly through the right nostril.

  • Repeat the same process again with the left nostril.

  • Do this process seven to eight times a day.

Benefits

The transmission of vital energy begins to be uniform throughout the body. The circulation of blood throughout the body also begins to be uniform. Lungs are strong. Mental stress is removed. The body's resistance increases.



Sheetali Pranayama

  • First of all, sit on flat land and sit in a state of happiness.

  • Now take out your tongue and twist it.

  • Now, by drawing long and deep breaths through this tongue, fill the air in your stomach.

  • Now insert your bulging tongue in and close your mouth.

  • Now bend your neck forward and close the front of the jaw with the chest.

  • After this, inhale slowly through the nose.

  • Repeat this action 20-25 times.


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Benefit:

  • When this pranayama is practiced, it removes hot air from the body and cold air enters the body causing heat to come out of our body and the whole body becomes cold.

  • Practicing this pranayama helps in keeping the digestive system fine. All stomach related diseases get rid of because most of our diseases are caused by the stomach itself.

  • Most heart diseases are destroyed by the practice of Sheetali Pranayama. Such as heart attack, blockage etc.

  • If your blood pressure is increased then you can reduce high blood pressure by practicing Sheetali Pranayama.

  • Sometimes a person feels more thirsty, which is not right for health. If we practice Sheetali Pranayama regularly, then the problem of water shortage in the body is resolved in a few days. .

  • The practice of this pranayama brings back the natural glow on the face. This pranayama purifies the blood. If our blood is clean then the natural glow on the face automatically increases.

  • The practice of this pranayama reduces mental and emotional excitement and spasticity of mind. And the flow of life in the body is also regular.

  • Sheetali Pranayama regulates hunger and thirst, creates a feeling of satiety.

  • Any person who practices this pranayama regularly can get rid of the problem of eyes soon. The practice of this pranayama also removes the worn glasses. Along with practice, you can also take some native medicine.

  • Good sleep makes the body full of energy, strength and strength and does not cause fatigue. If you have sleep problems, you can get rid of the problem of sleeplessness by practicing this pranayama.

  • People with low blood pressure should not practice this pranayama as it reduces the increased B.P.


Bhramari pranayama

As is clear from the name itself, Bhramar means the sound of a bee. While doing this pranayama, the sound has to be made like the sound of a bee.

Sit in padmasana first

• Close your eyes.

• Close the mouth and take a deep breath.

• Close both ears with the thumb.

• Remove bee buzzing while exhaling.

• Repeat this process 10 to 12 times.


Benefit:

  • Mind is centered with Bhramari Pranayama.

  • When we are confused, all components of the brain are affected by vibration, which provides benefits in diseases such as stress and insomnia.


Bhastrika Pranayama

Bhastrika in Sanskrit means Dhoni. The blower, ie the blacksmith, gives strong wind to burn the furnace. It is called a blower.

  • Sit in the highest padmasana.

  • While doing pranayama, keep your throat, spine and head absolutely straight, take full care of this.

  • You should not open your mouth at all while doing this exercise. Breathe deeply with both nostrils.

  • In the process of breathing, your lungs should swell completely, ie the lungs should be filled with air.

  • After this, now you release the filled breath from both nostrils in one stroke.

  • The speed of exhalation should be so fast that the lungs shrink with shock.

  • Bhastrika Pranayama is a cycle from breathing to exhalation.

  • Initially do this process about 10 to 12 times and slowly complete the cycle.

  • After getting used to it, you can increase the speed of completing these cycles depending on your ability.

Benefits

  • Blood purification is speeded up by performing Bhastrika Pranayama.

  • Vata, pitta and Kapha all doshas begin to be cured.

  • Dead pulse passing through the front of the brain, phlegm etc. is fine.

  • There is a benefit in gastritis.

  • This pranayama provides strength to the lungs.

  • The practice of this pranayama calms the mind and leads to a conscious state that leads to a feeling of bliss.



Kapalbhati Pranayama

  • Lay the mat on a flat and cool place.

  • Sit in Padmasana. Keep the spine and neck straight.

  • Close your eyes. Hold the knees with both hands, so that the body remains stable while doing pranayama.

  • Exhale slowly. Then breathe in.

  • Hold your breath for a few seconds. Now exhale through the nose while applying full power. While exhaling, shrink the stomach, that is, while exhaling, push the stomach inward.

  • Exhale by exerting power, but do not exert power while breathing.

  • Benefits: The air that stops in the lungs in the process of simple breathing, gets out from the skull.

  • The lungs begin to absorb more oxygen and the entire lung benefits.

  • All the chakras are affected by doing Kapalabhanthi, due to which all the diseases related to the chakra are cured on their own. Man lives a long and healthy life.

  • Any type of blockage, stretch or tumor in the brain also starts to heal.

  • The process of blood purification is rapid. Immunity increases.


Ujjayi pranayama

  • Sit in a state of Padmasana, Sukhasana by laying a mat or Asana on flat and clean ground.

  • Now keep your body and spine straight.

  • After this, both nostrils are inhaled until the lungs are filled with air.

  • Then hold the inner Kumbhak i.e. Vayu for some time in the body.

  • Now close the right orifice of the nose, take out the breath from the left orifice.

  • When pulling in and out of the air, you will make a sound by compressing the throat, like a light grating or a sound near the sea.

  • Do this pranayama only for 2 to 3 minutes in the beginning, after practice it can be done for 10 minutes.

  • Keep breathing time to double the breath, that is, do the exhalation process slowly.

  • To get more benefits, it should be done on an empty stomach in the morning.

Benefits

  • By doing Ujjayi Pranayama, the heart becomes strong.

  • The tone is melodious, it is a very beneficial pranayam for the singer.

  • The lungs receive more oxygen.

  • It is helpful in taking it to a state of meditation.

  • This pranayama is helpful in uplifting life.

  • This pranayama is extremely beneficial in thyroid.

Note: Pranayama should only be practiced with experts in yoga.


Posture

Asanas are mainly considered twenty-eight. Mainly Pawanmukta Asana, Paschimottanasana Asana, Uttanapada Asana, Matsya Asana, Bhujangasana, Sarvangasana, Throne, Adhyatmasandrasana, Gomukha Asana, Breathing Posture, Vajrasana, Padmasana or Sukhasana etc. By doing the above postures, the body becomes healthy and longevity. Ramayana, during the Mahabharata period, a person was hundreds of years old. All this is possible through yoga and asanas.


Bajrang Bali Hanuman is considered as Ashta Siddha and the giver of nine funds. He can increase his body as much as he wants. In the sky, the wind can move from one place to another at a faster speed.


Today it definitely falls into the category of miracles, but it was possible at that time. Through yoga and asanas, the body had so much potential that impossible tasks were possible. Today we can hardly achieve all this through yoga and asanas, but by increasing the disease immune power of our body, we can definitely protect it from any type of biological or other infection.

Today it is very important that times are changing and life is full of complications. Therefore it becomes necessary that we prepare our future generations to face these kinds of problems. Western countries today are waiting for our traditions and achievements, which they once used to make fun of, they have accepted it today.

Now we will discuss Yoga.



What is yoga?

The science of spirituality is called yoga.

Spirituality means developing one's life. Developing the ultimate life is called spirituality. Now the question arises, is life only to survive?




What is life?

Life is the speed between birth and death. But the definition of ultimate life is different from life. To enter into the divine, or to say that the ultimate motion in the divine means ultimate rest. In fact, ultimate life is spiritual life. Which can only be achieved through spiritual practice. We are one body, there is mind inside body, there is soul inside mind. How to cover the distance from body to soul. The process to cover this distance is yoga. There are many ways of yoga. We can reach them by traveling in different cycles. There are total seven chakras mentioned in yoga-

  • Muladhara Chakra

  • Health cycle

  • Manichakra

  • Anahata Chakra

  • Purification cycle

  • Command cycle

  • Sahasrara Chakra.


While traveling through these cycles, we reach the soul. This is yoga. The travel method of different cycles varies.

There are seven chakras, which give the rules of different planes.

  • The base of the Muladhara Chakra is present below, which is at the lower part of the spinal cord, where the spinal cord ends. He is the controller of the body. It represents the development process of the body. If the Muladhara Chakra is weak then the body remains weak. There may be tonsil disease. The growth of the body stops. If the Muladhara Chakra is awakened or cured, many diseases related to it are cured on their own.

  • The second cycle is Swadhisthan. It is related to Anand.

  • The third chakra is related to breathing and protection.

  • The fourth chakra is the Anahata Chakra which is related to love.

  • The fifth cycle is of thoughts, of friendship.

  • The sixth chakra is related to meditation and the seventh chakra is related to samadhi.



If none of the chakras in the body is awake or unable to perform its function, then many diseases related to chakras arise in the body. These chakras can be awakened only by yoga. That is why it has been said that through yoga, meditation, pranayama, asana, all the organs of our body become awake, they do their work properly. Because of which our body remains healthy. When the body is healthy, the mind and brain will all be healthy. Our science of spirituality is very ancient, in which the secrets of prevention of many diseases are hidden.

We should adopt a policy of simple living, high thinking. Alas, after forgetting the life of indulgence etc., we can come back to satvik life again. Our culture and our traditions enable us to face these complex situations.

Today mankind needs churn. Covid-19 is doing a lot of damage. The economy is moving towards recession. People's employment has stopped. A large number of people are dying. But there is another aspect of this, which we cannot ignore even if we want to.


This biological infection has imprisoned the entire world. All activities of mankind have ended. Nature seems to have started its own treatment. There has been a huge reduction in all types of pollution. The air is purified than before. Noise pollution has come down. The rivers themselves are turning into a pure stream. In addition, there is a lot that cannot be ignored. It is said that when you wake up, then morning 'Wake up then dawn'. Now man should wake up. We have spent so much time battling this biological infection, so some things have become clear on their own.


Ashtavakra says- "O father, not a disease of great will." The biggest problem is desire. O father, not a disease like desire, no samadhi like fate. When we start taking juice, that is, we start taking interest from here, the desire starts.

We saw someone's car go, woke up our desires, then wished more problems started. Wished, then we start trying to fulfill the desires, which leads to mental stress, thus starting problems with desires. There is no end to desires or desires.




In the Gita, Lord Krishna says-

‘ध्यायते विषयान् पुंस: संगस्ते सूप जायते। संगात् संजायते काम: कामात् क्रोधोभिजायते।।’

‘Dhyāyatē viṣayān punsa: Saṅgastē sūpa jāyatē. Saṅgāt san̄jāyatē kāma: Kāmāt krōdhōbhijāyatē.


This is to say that the person who thinks about the subjects gets attached to those subjects. Attachment creates desire, that is, desires. Desire creates anger. When there is anger, there is hypnosis. Hypnosis corrupts memory. Wisdom is destroyed when memory becomes corrupt. Man is destroyed when the intellect is destroyed.



 
 
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