Don’t think that only sitting with the eyes closed is practice. If you do think this way, then quickly change your thinking. Steady practice is keeping mindful in every posture, whether sitting, walking, standing or even dancing. When coming out of sitting, don’t think that you’re coming out of meditation, but that you are only changing postures. If you reflect in this way, you will have peace. Wherever you are, you will have this attitude of practice with you constantly. You will have a steady awareness within yourself.
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✔️According to the National Institute of Health, 8 out of every 10 people complain of back pain at one time or another leading them to seek out pain relief.✔️Do you have an aching back? Most people turn to the medical profession who will prescribe medications. Some choose all natural relief methods, but above all there is one way to get long term relief from persistent back pain.
The answer? Improve your posture first and foremost. Good posture holds the key to relief of not just back pain but sometimes other common body complaints too.
✔️Good Posture Helps to Improve:
* Tingling and numbness in hands
* Tingling and numbness in feet
* help ease breathing ✔️The human body was designed to move – not to sit in a chair for several hours at a time. Over time, bad habits lead to fatigue, depression, pain and headaches. poor posture doesn’t benefit your health.#getfit#family#home#exercise#detox#fitness#weightloss#health#diet#healthy#goals#back#love#healing#beauty#instagood#work#lifestyle#relax#posture#zen#summer#eatclean#diy#yoga#workout#organic#coach#picoftheday#backpain
It’s not just the problem of rounded shoulders and chins jutting forward that you’d expect from staring at screens in every waking moment — posture affects your whole body. “When the whole top of the body is forward, the butt has to stick out, then the calves get tight, and you’re out of whack,” says Charleene O’Connor, a postural alignment and muscle biomechanics specialist.
Controlling the position of one’s body and keeping a straight back are not contemplation, but can in fact become an obstacle to contemplation… when leaving the body ‘uncontrolled’ is spoken of, what is meant is simply allowing the body to remain in an authentic, uncorrected condition, in which it is not necessary to modify or improve anything. This is because, since all our attempts at correcting the body come from the reasoning mind, they are all false and artificial.