Yoga reduces the addictiveness in your life
Yoga is capable
of lessening the effects of the addictive ingredient such as tar from
tobacco (just to name one, and enables the mind and body to come out of
the shackles of dependency of such stimulating ingredients, effectively
helping the person to quit smoking altogether.
In the process, the person slowly start to re-discover that smoking doesnt make him to feel good and recognises that tobacco is not a stimulant at all. The moment the tobacco is identified as non-stimulant, the person will be in position to feel bad at the time of smoking and eventually helps him to quit the habit totally.
This book is not about the ill effects of smoking and doesnt suggest way and means to quit smoking. Quitting smoking is not easy and it is based on ones will power. Scientists have proven that there is a true physical addiction that is in place, alongside an emotional addiction that can be just as strong- perhaps even stronger.
The point that is emphasised here is simply to help you understand that yoga can help you in making conscious living choices that promote healthy and happy living. This can include:
Abstinence from Alcohol
Healthy Eating Habits
Getting sound Sleep
Managing Work Related Stress (and any Stress for that matter)
Promoting more Congenial and Favourable Relationships
been known for its ability to eliminate contradicting thoughts and hostile
feelings from you. Yoga can help you to come out of your inner resentment
and eliminate diabolic emotions from you and can show the doorway or rather
the driveway to self-acceptance and self-actualisation.
www.beingyoga.com provides few live cases that serve as testimonials from
real people. Those people are the ordinary people that you meet and talk
in your regular walk of life not mystical Yogis or people hailing
from a spiritual school - who have experienced positive results from their