Yogiraj SatGurunath Siddhanath encourages you to use this time during the COVID-19 pandemic to build a strong yoga practice, maintain physical and mental health, and find virtual or actual community support. You can check out his videos as a resource guide for practising Yoga at home to stay balanced in all areas of your life despite the uncertainty of times or visit his workshops and retreats.
Yogiraj SatGurunath Siddhanath Lists the Positive effects of Yoga.
In isolation and quarantine, it is very precious to keep connected to the community of likeminded people. To be confined to your home could be mentally challenging. Besides, we are constantly bombarded with bad news and uncertain future scenarios. This intake of information results in negative thoughts running through our minds; we become tense and suffer from insomnia, fatigue, and anxiety. Mental problems and depression levels spiked worldwide during Corona. Good mental health is essential to get through these challenging times, keep the right perspective, and not overreact or overthink and to give in to fear.
Yoga brings relaxation and calmness of mind, helps to get a fresh outlook on life and the future.
His whole life, Yogiraj SatGurunath Siddhanath, believed in the power of Yoga for your mental well-being and consciousness. Now, many health experts have confirmed that in a time of anxiety and stress caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Yoga is an excellent way to keep your mind, body, and spirit in check. When high stress related to the Coronavirus became a new normal for many, Yoga has proven itself to be a great and effective tool to manage stress, increase well-being, and strengthen the immune system.
Anxiety or stress is not only disturbing to our souls and robbing us of inner peace; they also often manifest in physical symptoms such as tensed muscles, increased blood pressure, lack of concentration, faster breathing. Yoga helps you achieve a calm, composed mind and bring relaxation to the whole body and decrease stress levels. Yoga’s stretching poses help reduce tension in muscles and joints, and some yoga poses regulate healthy blood pressure.
During times of high stress, Yoga helps us to self-regulate. Specific movements, right breathing, and practising mindfulness help transform messages from our brain to our body and our body to our brain from negative to positive. Not only do yoga practitioners report less depression and less anxiety, but they also experience an increase in gratitude, acceptance, self-awareness, centredness, and hope. This is why Yogiraj SatGurunath Siddhanath wants to empower people to start Yoga.
Yoga from the convenience of your home.
Another good thing about Yoga is that you can do it without leaving your home, which is a big plus when personal distancing is required, and public gatherings are restricted.
Also, to practice Yoga, you don’t need much room or special equipment.
Additionally, you can practice it on your own, or with guidance, e.g., following YouTube videos with recorded yoga sessions.
Different Yoga Techniques from Yogiraj SatGurunath Siddhanath.
Yogiraj Siddhanath is a spiritual mentor and Yoga master himself. Throughout the years, Yogiraj SatGurunath Siddhanath developed and promoted a variety of yoga streams and techniques such as Kriya Yoga, Hamsa Yoga, and Surya Yoga. Practising these yoga techniques became even more utterly important amid this pandemic for all mentioned above reasons.
Kundalini Kriya will empower you and take you to a state of higher self-realization. By practising Kriya yoga, every cell of your body will be filled with oxygen and immersed in pranic life. You will experience the expanded mind, reach spheres of consciousness, and bliss states that will take you away from all fears and anxiety.
Correctly executed postural techniques of Hamsa Asanas will match the Hamsa breath and bring satisfaction to your body and soul. They renew your body with vitality, bring relief to your mind, and reveal solutions to your day-to-day situations.
Surya Yoga will help you to achieve a state of true enlightenment and composed through the basic technique of the White Swan; when your breath becomes united with your mind.