In yoga, the idea of balance is very important.
Two people are very important energy channels or nadisza in the human body from the 72,000 nadis that exist in every human being. Both important nadin flow symmetrically. One is known as Ida, the other is Pingala. Ida represents your creative, feminine qualities, and pingala represents energetic, male qualities. Balance balancing the balance between the ida and the pingala, balancing the body with the balancing positions, and thus balancing not only physically but energetically. Between Ida and pingala lies the sushumna nadi, which is parallel to and slightly in front of the spinal cord.
Ida Nadia begins and ends on the left side of sushumna nadi. Ida represents the moon energy within us, that is the energy inside us that is connected to the moon. This is a cool energy and naturally nourishes it. Colored white is sometimes used in yogic teachings to represent the vibrant vibrational properties of the present. Ida is also active on the right side of the brain. Pingala represents solar energy, that is, solar energy. The sushumna nadi begins and ends on the right side. Of course, it is warm and stimulating. Pingala is responsible for all the important somatic processes of our body. The delicate vibrational properties of pingala are sometimes depicted in red color of Jewish teaching. Pingala is active on the left side of the brain.
The interaction between ida and pingala is between the intuition and rationality, consciousness and vitality, and between the right and left hemispheres of the brain in us. In everyday life, one of the nadis is always dominant. Although this dominance changes during the day, one of the nadi is usually more dominant. This creates personality, behavior, and health factors that are idle or pingent. One of the goals of yoga practice is to strike a balance between ida and pingala.
The idea of yoga balance is described as yoga hatha. "If" refers to the day or the diary of the pingal, and the term "tha" refers to idah's moon or moon. Thus, the balance between the energies of the sun and the moon in our hatha yoga is the goal of our practice.
In many yogic teachings, the balance between the sun and the moon or the pingala and ida allows the kundalini to awaken and thus the awakening of higher consciousness , which is felt by sahasrara, the seventh chakra. In fact, some yoga teachings say that as long as ida or pingala prevails, sushumna nadi sleeps or sleeps and the kundalini's power can not wake up so that it can not perceive the consciousness of sahasrara.
If we look at these in scientific definitions, we can observe that the left and right hemispheres of the brain are responsible for the different functions. The left hemisphere of the brain regulates the right functions of the body and is also responsible for scientific thoughts. The right side of the brain is responsible for creativity and the functions of the right side of the body. In yoga, we seek balance between the left and the right, so the balance between the left and right sides of the brain and the left and right of the body will contribute.
The balance between ida and pingala occurs in the ajna chakra, which is a lotus flower with two petals in the middle of the forehead. One pet is represented by ida's energy channel and the other channel, the pingala's energy channel.
In addition, Yoga theory claims that there is a relationship between the mind and the body, so that when there is a balance between the mind and the pingala between the left and the right hemispheres, equilibrium is in the body. It is therefore important to balance the body's balance in the mind. This is achieved through meditation (dhyana) or breathing control techniques (pranayama)
. At the same time, the reverse is also true – if there is a balance in the body, equilibrium is also created in the mind. Therefore, the work of the physical asans of the balance also contributes to the balance in the mind – especially when we focus on breathing when concentrating on breathing, then focusing on the prana or the life force inside.
An important balancing of yoga exercises include standing balances, such as:
Garudasana (Eagle pose)
Vrikshasana (tree mean)
Natarajasana (dancing pose)
Utaskasana (Fierce pose)
Arm balancing poses include:
Bakasana (Crane pose)
Mayurasana (Peacock pose)
Tolasana (weighing scale)
Pinchamayurasana (peacock feather)
Bhuajapidasana (Hand Pressure Pose)
You must focus on your basic muscles in each leveling post as it helps stabilize you and the ace chakra, as your chakra is the center of the body and work by balancing the position of the body not only balancing in the body, but in the mind and in the nudis too. Balanced life is always a happier life.