Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word yuj, means to reconnect, to unite, to yoke. It does. It works. There is something about this practice that is not just another exercise, it is a complete body-mind-soul connection.
Through the years this has become more evident to me. people come to a yoga class and become rejuvenated. They are different from who they were when they came in. they are renewed. Of course, we are talking about hatha yoga. The Sanskrit words ha and tha, mean sun and moon. This represents that constant struggle we have from our internal and external worlds. Hatha yoga realigns these two.
It is undeniable that the body is more than just physical. It is energetic. According to yoga philosophy we have millions of filaments that run in our spiritual body. these filaments or nadis, connect all the different parts of the body, from the skin to the internal tissues in our skeleton. These sensitive filaments are block by the way we eat, the way we think, the things we say, and the way we act. Then the natural flow of energy is blocked, and we enter in dis-ease. Yoga works in subtle ways to reopen and unclog the nadis.
However, it is important that we support our hatha yoga practice with appropriate diet. The body thrives with most natural and energetic foods, with the least amount of toxins and fertilizers. The vibration of our food makes a huge difference in our consciousness. We should choose the highest quality food, since that is what our body will become. Everything is connected. Choosing our foods makes a difference in our.