Stress has become an indispensable part of today’s life. It often becomes devastating and interferes with the state of equilibrium of our nervous system, thereby affecting our lifestyle, thought process, decision-making strategies, etc. In such situations, we tend to rely on various emotions like anger, sadness which in the long term turns out to be the major reasons for depression, being financially damaged, suicidal tendencies and the list goes on.
However, if I tell you that there is a simple way to achieve the lost equilibrium, restoring the balance and acquire optimum relaxation. Humans tend to function in a particular way of inhaling the oxygen and breathing out Carbon dioxide. Meanwhile, we do this it also releases the doer of the mental pressure he is feeling.
Yes, we are talking about an ancient tool used for calming and soothing the dark thoughts of your mind. Breathing is one of the many ways to cushion your brain and help it perform better in return enabling you to focus and concentrate better.
“Dhyan” a common term used in many Asian countries which means “to think”. Dhyan Yoga, a yoga meditation that helps you unload unnecessary thoughts and focus on things that are important and needs to be done. It helps you to locate what is true and what isn’t.
The defense mechanism of a healthy brain during a somber event is to stimulate you into thinking about something good which after all is related to the past or imaginary. As we pass through the different stages of our life we also create an imaginative circle around us to protect us in dreadful events.
This circle also has its disadvantages since it’s from the past or imaginative it creates expectations which if we are unable to meet circles us back to point zero. Using Dhyan Yoga you can break the imaginative circle around and strengthen ourselves to be on top of them. Since this technique separates the illusions from reality and lets us see things as they are.
Imagine yourself being handed a string full of knots that are tangled into each and other. Now open the knots faster, you won’t be, now close your eyes breathe, open your eyes and try opening them again. I am sure you will not be able to do so. And if we keep doing this sooner or later we will be able to open the knots. Similarly, we have been coiled with our overthinking, stress, rat race we have forgotten to take a moment to organize the rummage.
Deep concentration leads to self-knowledge which will rebuttal all your needs. Let’s search inside ourselves today to have a happy tomorrow.