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Shavasana

Lie on your back and let your body relax campletely. Let your feet be 30 to 40 em apart, your arms on your sides with palms upwards, eyes gently closed with attention on breathing. Keep your body in a straight position; the legs, hands and neck should have no curves or bends, so that the blood flows through all parts of the body freely and without any obstruction. Breathe deeply and effortlessly in a natural way.

Other asanas usually dislocate our breath, increase our speed of breathing. When Shavasana is done after any other asana, it makes our breathing normal, provides necessary rest to our limbs and gives us strength to be ready for the next asana. When breathing is normalised, take a long and deep breath. Now concentrate on each and every part of your body, putting it in a completely relaxed state. There should be absolutely no tension in your body or mind. Only then you can consider this asana properly done. It'there are thoughts in the mind, they shoulq be removed. Repeat the word 'Om' mentally to get concentration of mind. Make your mind completely vacant and stay in this position for some time.

Shava means 'dead body'. In this asana, a person resembles a dead body.

Procedure

  1. Lie flat on the back.

  2. Place hands a little away from the sides with palm facing up .

  3. Stretch legs out.

  4. Keep heels together and toes apart.

  5. Close the eyes and breathe slowly.

  6. Relax each part of the body.

  7. Inhale and exhale slowly.

  8. Direct your attention to breathing only.

  9. Remain in this asana for 10 to 15 minutes.

 

 

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