Every human being on this planet is trapped in a bubble of negative thoughts. This bubble doesn’t let you escape the emotional status of anger, fear, resentment, frustration, anxiety, etc. Besides, it shreds you down as a person and makes you feel incompetent. Do you know the more time you will be stuck in this bubble of negative thoughts, the difficult it will be to recover from the same?

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There are a plethora of articles on the internet that suggests you meet a psychiatrist, engage yourself in different activities, etc. What if those negative thoughts bounce back after a certain period? Hence, look for a solution that has permanent effects on the body and is inexpensive. Yoga is your best alternative. Apart from conveying positivity, it will bring a myriad of benefits to the mind and body.

Well, yoga actually helps you in converting negative thoughts of your bubble to positive ones. It rewards the body by helping you regain self, makes you feel enthusiastic, happier, confident, compassion, etc. The 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh has a yoga sequence especially to gain positivity. It also trains your mind and body and aids you physically, mentally, psychologically and socially.

Here are a few yoga poses that will be helpful in converting negative thoughts into positive thoughts:

  • SuptaBaddhaKonasana (Reclining bound angle Pose): This pose is meant for deep relaxation of the mind as well as body. Performing SuptaBaddhaKonasana and holding it for at least a minute promotes blood circulation in the body. It releases tension from the muscles and rejuvenates the nervous system which induces good sleep. This pose also has therapeutic effects on the reproductive and digestive system. Moreover, it energizes the body to perform day to day activities.
  • Chakrasana (Wheel Pose): Though this pose focuses on the frontal part of your body, it leads your mind towards joy, fearlessness, and courageousness. Practicing Chakrasana envelopes your heart with positive energy and channelize the same to your body. Apart from reducing depression and energizing the body, this pose also strengthens your arms, legs, abdomen, buttocks, shoulders, hamstrings, lower back, etc. It cures asthma, infertility, and osteoporosis. Moreover, it also stimulates thyroid and pituitary gland.
  • Chakravakasana (Cat-Cow Pose): This pose performs osmosis in your bubble and replaces negative thoughts with the positive ones. Chakravakasna uses fluctuations to release tension from your mind and body. This pose massages the internal organs of the body for enhanced functioning. It activates the adrenal glands for enhanced fight or flight response of the nervous system. It also improves digestion and manages the blood sugar level in the body by stimulating the pancreas. Moreover, this pose is best suited for pregnant women as it helps in keeping calm during the delivery.
  • Parsvottanasana (Pyramid Pose): Negative thoughts break you down mentally and the first thing you need to do is free your mind from such thoughts. This pose helps in bringing a sense of freedom to your mind and sets you free from fear, negativity, and failures. In fact, such thoughts disturb the alignment of your body which can be corrected by Parsvottanasana. Apart from bringing tranquility and relaxation to your mind, this pose also stretches the shoulders, wrists, spine, hamstrings, and buttocks. It enhances the posture and develops balance in the body. Moreover, it activates the reproductive system and manages menstrual as well as menopause symptoms.
  • SalambhaSirsasana (Headstand Pose): Practicing this pose and holding it for at least a minute releases stress and calms your mind. Regular practice of SalambhaSirsasana can cure mild depression. It strengthens your arms, legs, and spine and cures back pain. It activates pineal gland which improves your sleep patterns. It improves issues of the digestive system by massaging the abdominal organs. It also works on the reproductive organs to enhance their functions and treats infertility. It alleviates pain during the menstrual cycle and looks after the symptoms of menopause. Moreover, it boosts the lung capacity and treats asthma; it also cures sinusitis.
  • Balasana (Child Pose): This pose is one of the best restorative poses as it speeds up the blood circulation that relaxes and calms your mind and body. The stretch in the pose relaxes the back muscles and eliminates pain in the back, neck as well as shoulders. Balasana also gives a good stretch to the tendons and muscles of the legs and knees which eventually alleviates joints pain. Maintaining the pose for at least a minute comforts the body from fatigue and therefore, must be practiced regularly. This pose corrects your breathing pattern and trains your mind and body to be calm during rough situations

Practicing these poses will exhibit results. Then, it will be easier to believe the fact that yoga can convert negative thoughts into positive thoughts. Moreover, it may convince you to join yoga teacher training programs for traditional and deep yogic learning. If you plan to enroll for a yoga certification program yoga teacher training in Kerala can be one of the best options you can choose from for overall learning of yoga combined with Ayurveda.

Author Bio:

Bipin - Is Yoga really helpful in converting Negative thoughts into positive thoughts?

Bipin Baloni is a yoga teacher from India and his core specialization is in Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga. He organizes 200 hour yoga teacher training in Rishikesh. Bipin Baloni conducts Yoga Teacher Training in India in different cities. He loves writing and reading books related to yoga, Meditation, Ayurveda and Health.

Website: https://www.rishikulyogshala.org/

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