one ancient practice to resolve all health issues

one ancient practice to resolve all health issues
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As per ancient Hindu scriptures, Hanuman, the superhuman warrior, is seen as an embodiment of exceptional health and is often worshipped by bodybuilders, wrestlers, boxers, and athletes. It is widely believed in India that chanting Hanuman’s name on a consistent basis dissolves all forms of diseases and pain.

Being the son of the Wind God Vayu, Hanuman has a close association with Yoga and Ayurveda. In classical yoga, consciousness lies at the heart of the practice. According to Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, the so-called contents of our consciousness — thoughts, feelings, emotions, perceptions, memories, fantasies, and even dreams — are always in constant fluctuation. Yoga, as Patanjali famously defines it, is the “restriction of the fluctuations of consciousness.” The chief aim of this practice is to consciously step away from the contents of our mind and observe them more or less “objectively,” at least for a few moments.

In the modern world, it’s easy for the mind to be influenced by fear, anger, envy, lust, greed, anxiety, stress, loneliness, and despair. And these toxic mental states could lead to the manifestation of physical ailments such as skin rashes, allergies, insomnia, hypertension, and indigestion. Several physicians have confirmed that many of these disorders are actually psychosomatic i.e. either caused or aggravated by a form of mental instability. And so, regularly chanting God’s name grounds the restless, wavering mind and makes it stable and calm. It removes negativity, arrests unnecessary thoughts, and curbs the habit of rumination, thus resolving numerous health issues as well.



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