Param Shakti Healing gives you a list of Yogasanas which are ideal for you, based on the Computerised Pulse Diagnosis Test. This list of yoga is system generated and is supposed to give relief to you from the current health issue.
Today the whole world is aware of Yoga. The word yoga typically means the different body postures or in some cases some bodily movement from one posture to the other as elucidated in the Patanjali Yoga Sutras. The science of Yoga forms a part of the ancient Indian health science of Ayurveda. The health benefits conferred by regular practice of Yoga far surpass those by any other form of exercises. The World Yoga Day is celebrated on 21st June.
Yoga is not only for cure but is a simple and effective tool to keep disease away. It is not just a form of exercise but a system for overall wellness. The different postures are called as “asanas” in Sanskrit and Hindi. Therefore, many a times the word Yoga and Yogasanas are interchangeably used.
The Computerised Pulse Diagnosis test done by Param Shakti Healing gives information on which Yoga are suitable for you based on your health issues. It also advises on which Yoga are not to be performed. We can provide the instructions of how to perform the shortlisted Yoga from the suitable list.
However, you need to take permission from your medical doctor allowing you to perform Yoga. Furthermore, the Yoga must strictly be performed under the direct guidance and supervision of an expert Yoga Instructor.
Note: Below is a sample image and instruction as generated by our Computerised Pulse Diagnosis system:
UTKATASANA (POWER CHAIR POSE)
1. Stand in Tadasana. As you inhale stretch your arms out to your sides and over your head so that your ears are touching the insides of your upper arms.
2. Exhale and bend your knees, squatting down until your thighs are parallel with the floor (as if sitting on a chair).
З. Keep your chest as vertical as possible and your lower spine in neutral. Sit back and down as much as possible keeping your heels on the floor.
Holding the pose
With each inhalation focus on stability and adjustment. With each exhalation strengthen and extend. Hold the pose for 10-30 seconds.
Completing the pose
On an exhalation, lower your arms and straighten your legs returning to Mountain Pose.
- Keep the chest open
- The back is as vertical as possible
- Shoulders are down from the ears
- Upper arms move back behind the ears
Long holding; breathing is long and smooth; focus of consciousness on holding still in the pose.
General precautions for asanas:
This pose can help to strengthen weak knees, but firstly do it gently, without strain.