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5 Yoga Poses For Anxiety Relief

5 Yoga Poses For Anxiety Relief

6 yoga poses for anxiety and stress relief. The poses are restorative and great for beginners.

Symbols connect us to an idea, a concept, a person, an object and even more to our sacred belief and relationship to the universe. They were used in ancient times to connect with the unknown and unfathomable energy of the divine cosmos. Symbols contain their own powerful energy and are like guide stars that elevate our energy from the innermost to enlightenment.

Symbols are the sounds of the human mind, strung together and producing music that gives us the connection we seek with the universe. The earliest language has evolved from symbols. Symbols give you energy, positivity in your life, and can help manifest your desires to balance the energies in your space.

As we know, Vastu is the yoga of interiors and we can use symbols as remedies to balance out elements in a particular zone. The symbols act as a medium that connects to the Universe to create harmony in our environment, to revitalize our home, and to synchronize with the Cosmic Consciousness or Energy.

The sun is the life force and its symbol contracts strength, strength and energy. The sun rises in the east, that is its zone, and a brassy sun in the east zone of your home enhances political and social relations. The centuries-old antique Indian doors are magnificently decorated with sun symbols and keep the energy so beautiful that they serve indoors as an office-cave door and create a wonderful connection with the energy of the sun.

The lotus flower symbolizes the untouched form and dignity of man in the higher levels of existence. The lotus flower activates positive vibrations and energies for our daily lives, thus symbolizing the ascendancy over worldly problems. Wall sculptures of the Bodhi tree and the Kalpavriksha tree symbolize these energies and give your northeastern corner, which is the zone of spirituality, a beautiful aura.

The center of the house is called the heart of the house, and in the old Indian Havelis there was an open courtyard lined with pointed arches and pillars where everyone gathered. This room should always be clean and with as few furniture as possible.

The elephant is considered a sacred celestial animal, the most wondrous being ever created, and is highly adapted for its wisdom, strength, masculinity and power. In Hinduism, Ganesha's energy is that of the elephant, he is the ruler of the first chakra, in which the Kundalini energy is set. Magnificent Ganesha wall carvings in multicolored reds and oranges attached to the foyer promise happiness and happiness and promote children's professional development when placed in the study zone.

With techniques given to us in the sacred texts of Vastu Shastra, we can bring a beautiful balance into our lives and strengthen our connection to the universe.