Sukhasana is nothing more or less than the usual cross-legged. Nevertheless, it is one of the four classical meditation postures of hatha yoga. This asana has some specific physical and psychological benefits. Thanks to the deliberate attempts to immobility mind and body in a harmonious, stable condition, although it does effect all meditation postures, such as padmasana and siddhasana. The tailor is an excellent yoga posture for those that worry and the crowds will shut around him. According to many yoga schools sukhasana has a therapeutic effect on nervous disorders resulting from impaired neuromuscular control.
Origins of sukhasana
Health effects of sukhasana
The Sanskrit word sukha meaning 'easy'. All Eastern meditation postures, such as padmasana siddhasana and have certain common characteristics. Features that make these attitudes are great to meditate in. In the past, students were only accepted in orthodox Indian yoga schools that could linger for at least four hours motionless in one of the classical meditation postures. Thanks in part to this kind of 'admission' ?? Preparations of the aspiring student ?? volunteered only the very dedicated chelas.
Sukhasana by B.K.S. Iyengar
The goal of yoga meditation postures Stated simply means that with the right implementation body as 'absent' is experienced. During meditation steps than no distortions physical nature on.
Go dandasana on a yoga mat or blanket.
Bend the left leg and place the sole of your foot with both hands under or against the right thigh in the right buttock. Then slide the right foot under the left thigh. The knees are laterally outwards and are, if properly implemented, at the same height from the floor. Moreover, there are many possible variations. This is just one of them.
Keep your back and head straight.
Place the palms on the knees and bring your hands in jnana mudra, with wrists resting on the knees.
Close your eyes and focus attention inward.
At least ten minutes to fifteen minutes in sukhasana. Or enter the length of time slowly.
Next come back in dandasana. Relax possibly even more in savasana.
The proper implementation of sukhasana is more difficult than many people think, even if it is meditation posture in the traditional yoga called 'easy'. First make sukhasana hips suppler. So it is a preparation for the more complicated postures, such as padmasana. Keep in suhkasana relax the elbows and the back straight. Avoid in other words that you fail over. The feet may feel pain. A yoga mat or blanket then offers solace. Through routine exercise, however, will accustom the feet to the body pressure, even when sitting on a hard surface. This is also true for the back. Willpower, discipline and focus on the proper implementation of sukhasana ensure that the spirit remains vigilant and alert. After a while exercising is the 'simple' easy pose a great attitude that will not disturb the meditation.
The triangular base on which the upper body and head rests, is characteristic of all Eastern meditation postures. The front and rear view of this kind poses otherwise offers the same triangular shape. This has three important advantages:
Due to the straight posture, the lungs can develop and are not hindered in their work. This is important, inter alia, for the implementation of the full-yoga breathing.
Thanks to the position of the pelvis and the legs remain in the back straight and a "firm position" in which the nerves in the spinal cord are exposed.
In the orthodox yoga is the upright posture of the spine is important to drain the kundalini unhindered.
Except that the hips are more agile ?? For example, the ideal preparation for siddhasana ?? Experience the beginning yogi specific physical and psychological benefits as he goes into the cross-legged. Thanks to the crossed legs come the abdominal organs to rest. Also one can breathe more deeply, and the typical confines of the Eastern meditation postures, including therefore sukhasana ensures physical and mental harmony. In accordance with the yoga manuals sukhasana provides a therapeutic and supportive, but not necessarily a curative effect on the following symptoms, ailments and diseases:
Sukhasana creates a relaxed feeling in the abdomen.