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Sthira-Sukham-Aasanam (PATANJALI)
Sthira= Steady
Sukham= comfortable
An asana is usually that which results in harmony or stability and leisure.
Harmony and leisure of what? Here Stability or harmony not only means balance of the postures but also stillness of personality and mind as whole.  Although we’re actually continuous in an asana, we should remain emotionally unstable because of various upsetting sensory inputs. Merely the balance of both mind and personality together will cause to the sensation of being good.

And it doesn’t signify that any place which is easy to acquire and relaxed to manage is asana. A posture style, especially in a placed scenario significant towards emotional and real balance and a sensation of being good, is referred as asana

Features of Asana
Calmness of mind
Feeling of happiness
So, effortlessness, lack of stress, lowest muscle action and lack of thoughts by thinking about on the unlimited are you will of Asanas.

A lot of people have a viewpoint that Yogasanas are intended for maintaining the body system fit and balanced. In other terms they restrict the Asanas to activities. It's like visiting a millionaire and requesting for just a rupee
While preserving we must go through with three levels that are explained below.
In the beginning, the posture will be shaky. A starter can't reach towards final posture quickly. After continuous work out he gets to and describes balance and this stage called as 'Sthira'. During this phase, even so he is unable to keep it for any suggested interval because of the hard work involved


STAGE -2 As he withdraw your time and effort by pleasurable according to recommendation of Patanjali 22 in the1st half of the Aphorism. II- 47 "Prayatna-Saithilya", he gets to the stage'Cira' in which he can manage it for that suggested interval. The mind management starts from here. In 'Sthira' the ideas gets highly effective on the procedure of being in the final position, but since the posture gets uncomplicated and organic the ideas according to its features starts going for walks around.
STAGE -3 Patanjali offers us a technique within the next half of same Sutra (11-47) "Ananta-Samapatti" or consideration on the unlimited. Here the phrase 'Ananta' may be viewed as the selected deity, or selected audio (Mantra) or simply expansiveness. When it is completed the brain rests down and since it continues to be alone it begins experencing the enjoyment this level is known as Sukha'. Patanjali describes the characteristics of Asana in the past Sutra (11-46) viz: "Sthira -Sukham asanam"-Posture(must be) stable and relaxed. The Sukha phase is similar to Dhyana. If the position is 'Sukha' for any tremendously period of your energy and effort subjectively varient the individual goes into 'Asana-Siddhi' the super conscious condition or 'Samadhi. Explanation of ASANAS On the foundation the function of doing Yogasanas Dynamic Asanas Yogasanas in the second form: Calming Asanas (static Asanas) Dynamic Asanas It has modification in the framework of the entire human body as target. As its name suggest, the features of this particular Yogasanas are actually speed and repeating. All of the Asanas include the connection of spine-forward, in reverse side and also respiratory perspective. While the activities (Non-Yogic) are efficient on muscle and blood circulation and also on respiratory program techniques, the Yogic workouts have an impact on anxious and glandular system also. Dynamic Yogasana activate the nervous system and glandular system leading to evocation of strength features.
Relaxing Asanas
The main aim of this asana is to generate the inner attention and open up the greater stages of attention. A continual in activity, which is, without fits slowness and servicing are the characterise of this program, this outcome in durability and the forbearance-Titiksa. It is generally a nerve culture because the nerves get calm down


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