Yoga For The Brain

The things we think and the things we do have a dynamic impact on our brain, our attitudes, and ultimately our reality.

As most can agree, the brain functions as a primary receiver, organizer, and distributor of information for the body.
It has a right hemisphere and a left hemisphere. One side of the brain can usually dominate a person more then the other. The right side of the brain is associated with cognitive skills pertaining to creativity, emotion and intuition. Right-brain dominant people are usually the artists, the innovators, the free spirited people in the world. If you’re mostly analytical and methodical in your thinking, you’re said to be left-brained.

The most common way to keep the brain healthy is by eating “greens” which usually carry large amounts of chlorophyll, a direct natural medicine that is essential for a healthy brain.

Another way to improve brain development is through yoga. Yoga, as popular as it’s become in recent years, connects the body with the mind. Meaning, it brings you to an awareness that your mind can make your body do anything you desire. In some cases, people have said they’ve been able to fly or levitate for short periods of time (seconds). Thus, when “mind, body, spirit” is often mentioned within its context, connecting the spirit simply means transcending the mind to its highest form, which is described as your “God-Self” or divine, inner you.

Ever heard of the saying “mind over matter”? Mentally if you tell yourself you can, you will see the results in the physical world become. This is also considered “Law of Attraction”. An almost common sense practice that has been used since ancient times. Proverbs 23:7: “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.” Having the mind be the centerpiece between the body and spirit, agreeably can say that the mind is the most valuable part of the body, controlling both physical and spiritual selves.

Here’s a food for thought; we have 3 brains! Did you know?The first one is the HEAD, then the HEART, followed by the GUT brain. In the physical body, these 3 brains are interconnected through an extensive network of chemicals and cells that intelligently works all together in a unit, alerting particuluar roles. The spiritual connection of all brains goes back to the power of intuition. Trust your mind, trust your heart, trust your gut are all phrases we hear. Each hold intuitive decicisions and reasoning to activate.

Word affirmations can also be a great way to strengthen the brain. Speaking out loud, or simply within your thoughts meditating powerful words, is a humbling reflection of self empowerment and self love.

Crowned Emperor of Ethiopia, crowned King of All Kings of the world, Haile Selassie I states, “Discipline of the mind is a basic ingredient of genuine morality and therefore of spiritual strength.” If humanity puts their mind into reviving the natural way of living, restoring unconditional love, and empowering mother nature; a healing on earth would be not just inevitable, but also magical. As Emperor Haile Selassie also mentions, “It is only when the human mind is guided by religion and morality that man can acquire the necessary vision to put all his ingenuous inventions and contrivances to really useful and beneficial purposes.”

By: Fabienne Claude

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