Yoga in context of Bio-psychology

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07 Jul, 18 12:30
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Udaipur: On the eve of International Yoga Day, Society for Microvita Research and Integrated Medicine (SMRIM), Udaipur has organized a talk for MBBS students of Pacific Medical College & Hospitals, BheelonkaBedla, Udaipur. Dr. Vartika Jain, Secretary, SMRIM highlighted the aims of society and told about the reason for the talk which was to differentiate between Yogasan and Yoga and to know the real meaning of Yoga. Main speaker of the talk, Dr. S.K. Verma, President, SMRIM told that in today's era, 'Yoga' is understood mainly by 'Yogasan' that is different Yogic postures. Meaning of Yoga is explained by various saints in different ways such as 'Yogaschittvrattinirodah' by MaharshiPatanjali meaning controlling every tendency of the body but in that state, a person would be just like an unconscious man which is not correct. Another definition was as relieving from every stress but according to Shrii P.R. Sarkar, 'Yoga' word is prepared by either 'Yuj' or 'Yunj' verbs and according to Yunj, meaning of Yoga is unification just like mixing of sugar and water as in Yoga, 2+2=2 not like addition where 2+2= 4 and therefore, correct definition of 'Yoga' could be told as '' Sanyogoyogoityuktojeevatmaaparmaatmaan". In fact, merging of unit mind with cosmic mind is real 'Yoga'.
He further told that Yam, Niyam, Aasan and Pranayam are among eight limbs of Yoga as described by MaharshiPaatanjali but today the main focus is on 'Aasan' and rest other steps are not followed and therefore, benefits of even doing aasan are not visible properly as there are certain pre-requisites of Aasan such as taking of sentient food, doing aasan in Chandra Swar and not in open places; moreover, different aasans are required according to the unit body constitutions and it should be learnt only by an expert.
He also emphasized the importance of Bio-psychology, a science behind Yoga and with the base of morality, Yoga relieves a person from physical. mental and spiritual troubles. In the end, I.S. Rathore gave thanks to the students for participating and asking questions regarding the topic.
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