our YOGA

i’m very sure everyone had been informed by the haram of the yoga. (yes, it’s an old story but no crime repeating it). varieties of responds about this matter. some shocked. some totally cool about it(just because they don’t do yoga). and some denied the haramic of yoga 100%.

keadaan ini samalah seperti anda yang sedang sakit dan doktor anda yang berkelulusan tinggi dan berpengalaman menjadi doktor lebih 20 tahun menasihatkan anda memakan pain killer. tetapi anda enggan semata-mata tak sanggup menghadapi kepahitan ubat itu.

yes, izyana. i got this from you. ohh mosleems! open your eyes and see the truth. see the ni’mat that Allah had given you. according to the scientific investigation and research, we can get the same benefit(or even supernatural) as those who practice yoga. ohh yes.

The Muslim prayer has five positions, and they all have a corresponding relationship with our spiritual and mental well being, according to modern scientific research.

The Takbir and Al Qiyyam (mountain pose in Yoga)

– found to improve posture, balance, and self-awareness. Normalizes blood pressure, breathing, thus providing many benefits to asthma heart patients.

Placement of hands on the chest during the Qiyyam position – activates the nerve pathway, which directs our awareness of self in the world and controls the health of the muscular system, skin, intestines, liver, pancreas, gallbladder and eyes.

When the hands are held open for du’a, they activate the heart ; center of the feelings of love, harmony, and peace, and to control love and compassion. It also governs the health of the heart, lungs, thymus, immune system, and circulatory system.


When Muslims recite the Qur’an,

old thoughts, feelings, fears and guilt are released or healed, and blood pressure and stress levels are reduced. Some specific sounds, in fact, correspond to major organs in the body. Vibrations made when pronouncing the long vowels, ‘A’, ‘E’ and ‘U,’ stimulated the heart, lungs, and the thyroid, pineal, pituitary, and adrenal glands.


The position of Ruku’ (forward bend)

stretches the muscles of the lower back, thighs, legs and calves, and allows blood to be pumped down into the upper torso. It tones the muscles of the stomach, abdomen, and kidneys. Forming a right angle allows the stomach muscles to develop, and prevents flabbiness in the mid-section.

It also promotes a greater flow of blood into the upper regions of body – particularly to the head, eyes, ears, nose, brain, and lungs – allowing mental toxins to be released.


The Sujud

– activates the person’s spiritual connection with the universe around them and their enthusiasm for spiritual pursuits. This nerve pathway is also correlated to the health of the brain, nervous system, and pineal gland. Controls basic human survival instincts and provides essential grounding. This helps to develop levelheaded and positive thinking along with a highly motivated view of life, and maintains the health of the lymph and skeletal systems, the prostate, bladder, and the adrenal glands.

The position of Al Qaadah (Thunderbolt Pose in yoga), which firms the toes, knees, thighs, and legs. good for those prone to excessive sleep, and those who like to keep long hours. Furthermore, this position assists in speedy digestion, aids the detoxification of the liver, and stimulates peristaltic action in the large intestine.

Last, but not least, the by turning the head towards first the right and then the left shoulder in the closing of the prayer – This nerve path is linked to the throat, neck, arms, hands, bronchials, and hearing – effecting individual creativity and communication.

THE CONCLUSION

Everyone can do the Sujud, but can they put their hands on the floor and their legs in the air during the same time?
Why would you do yoga? Isn’t prayer is easier than yoga?

Think about it.

it was an extract from one’s article.

again.think about it. now i realize i’m doing yoga five times a day. wallah!

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