Yoga for Weight Loss
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Sadhguru examines how the body naturally gets to its optimal weight with yoga. However, doing yoga to lose weight is only a small application of this phenomenal & # 39; inner technology & # 39; that can open doors to so much more.

Sadhguru: If you do yoga, the overweight will definitely disappear. For example, when they start kriya yoga, certain people start to lose weight, certain people start to gain weight. If your digestion was poor and your ability to convert the food into meat was not good, if you start practicing kriyas, the digestive fires will be activated and by improving digestion the conversion of food to meat will be more efficient and start arriving.

If your digestive burns were already good and you start making kriyas, the conversion rate will improve again. But instead of turning the food into meat, the food will make a subtler dimension of energy. No matter how much you eat, you will find yourself losing weight. If you practice the kriyas, you may even find that if you eat a larger amount of food, you still don’t gain weight, you will even lose weight. Or it could be the other way around: Your food quantum drops dramatically, but you still don’t lose weight. This is simply because the conversion ratio is changed.

Yoga to Lose Weight – The Diet Factor

Yoga rejuvenates the system and brings so much feeling into you that you will not overeat. As soon as a certain level of consciousness arises in your body, your body becomes so that it just eats what it takes. He doesn’t eat anything anymore. This is not because you are controlling or regulating your life anyway or because someone is telling you to go on a diet. When you do other exercises or diet processes, always try to keep yourself under control. With yoga exercises you don’t have to control yourself. You just do the exercises. This takes care of the system in such a way that you cannot eat more than necessary. This is the big difference with yoga.

Angamardana & Upa Yoga for weight loss and flexibility

Yoga is not a form of exercise. It has other dimensions. But there is something called Upa Yoga – that means subyoga or useful processes of doing things that have no spiritual dimension attached. If you do Upa Yoga or Angamardana yoga systems, fitness is guaranteed. Moreover, you do not need any equipment. All you need is a six by six space on the floor. You will be super fit and build your muscles and all that. The only thing is that you don’t get full of muscles. A lot of people have become like this. They think they are fit, but I think they are in a straitjacket! It is not only the strength or thickening of your muscles, but the flexibility of your body that is just as important for the proper functioning of the system.

In yoga, we don’t just look at muscle strength alone. Organ health is also very important. The yogic system has been developed in such a way that there is organ health. Even if you have a lot of muscle and your liver isn’t working well, what’s the point? It is very important that the body is flexible and usable.

Yoga, weight loss and strength training

The human muscular system is something phenomenal. What our muscles can do is fantastic. And this can be reinforced by strengthening them, but at the same time making them very flexible. If you do a lot of weights, your muscles will look big, but without flexibility. If you see people who have gained large muscles, they cannot do a namaskar well. They can’t even bend.

Angamardana is just as effective at building the body as any strength training, and it will not cause unnecessary stress on the system.

If you just want muscles that look good, there are easier ways to do it these days. You could get bicep implants. The silicon doesn’t just go in the chest, it goes in biceps, in calf muscles, in everything. It does not matter that it is useless. You don’t have to work hard, take cortisones and hormones, and keep pumping iron. There are easier ways, if only to look good.

Yes, bodybuilding gives you raw power. But you can build the same strength in a very different way and above all keep your body flexible, which is very important. Well-being has several aspects: health, energy, psychological and spiritual. If we invest 30 minutes to an hour in the morning, we want to see the benefit across the board for us, not just in tight muscles.

So, if you want to build muscle, shouldn’t you lift iron? That could be because physical activity and activity have been taken from us by modern technology. We don’t have to carry a bucket of water, or this or that. Everything is done by machines. Other than your iPhone, you don’t really have to carry anything, right? So, since you don’t use your limbs all day, lightweight training is okay.

But with Upa-Yoga, the use of your own body weight is used to do exercises. Angamardana is exactly this: using your own body weight to do all the exercises. Then you no longer have an excuse that there was no gym nearby. You can exercise anywhere because you still have your body. This is just as effective at building the body as any strength training, and it will not cause unnecessary strain on the system. You look like a sensible person and you also become strong – very strong.

Yoga – Opening existence

We don’t give yoga to lose weight. It is not something you do to lose weight or for your back pain or headache. Yes, those things will happen anyway – become healthy, peaceful, loving, gentle – but these are the side effects of yoga, not the focus of yoga. You don’t have to do yoga to lose weight. You just have to eat sensibly, play tennis or swim. That keeps you healthy. You don’t have to do yoga. The focus of yoga is to bring to life another dimension in you that is beyond the physical. Only when that is alive does existence slowly open up to you in a million different ways. Things you never thought existed become a living reality to you simply because a dimension outside of the physical has come to life.