“For he who has no transwuility there is no concentration.” – Bhagavad-Gita
The Center is the Self, the essence of who you are. It is where your certainty in yourslef, in life, in God and in the universe is found.
Finding the center means to understand that distressing times and situations will pass, that you will learn from them, and that you might even become better because of them. Finding your center reminds you that you are stronger. When you find and when you regain your confidence, you can do amazing things.
The best part is, finding your center may only require you a few simple steps. You don’t have to be a yoga master or a Vedic monk to do it. Here are some ways to keeping your center at peace:
Meditation is the best way to unwind and set things into perspective. Now this is way beyond sitting and crossing your legs on a buri mat. Meditation is a prayer. It is a mode of prayer that includes the mind to move and realize the benefits of being self- aware. You can meditate anywhere even at school.
A physically fit person is less inclined to depression and moodiness. It will help your body system moves and work functionally. And It doesn’t mean that you should have that nice and sexy figure. At least a brisk-walking up to 30-min jogging will ease your tense and can keep you calm.
As they day, YOU are what YOU eat. It is a mere reflection of oneself. Choosing the right kind and amount of food creates a greeat feeling. I recommend eating fruits an vegetables or any fiber-enriched foods can lessen irregular bowel discharge. Always remember that Health is Wealth.
This is an approach to life that means maintaining wholeness, and overall wellness. This means that all aspects of a person are taken into considerations – physical ,mental, emotional, and spiritual. There are ways to get holistic healing with the help of aromatherapy, herbal medicines, gems, and some other alternative medicine. Though this is not a replacement of the professional medical care.
La méditation (Danse Odissi, musée Guimet) (Photo credit: dalbera)