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Vol. 3 No. 4 (2021): Volume 3, Issue 4, Year 2021
Articles

Yogic Discipline in an individual human life

Dharmalingam T.S
Department of Philosophy, Tamil University, Thanjavur- 613010, Tamil Nadu, India
Balachandran P
Department of Philosophy, Tamil University, Thanjavur- 613010, Tamil Nadu, India

Published 2021-10-11

Keywords

  • Yoga,
  • Wisdom,
  • Thirumoolar,
  • Discipline,
  • Human life,
  • Thoughts
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How to Cite

T.S, D., & P, B. (2021). Yogic Discipline in an individual human life. International Research Journal of Tamil, 3(4), 197-205. https://doi.org/10.34256/irjt21424

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Abstract

In the modern world, the yoga plays a vital role in human life. To realise the truth and meaning of life, one has to practice yogic discipline in everyday living. The human body is made up of five elements such as akash, air, fire, water and earth. An air plays a very important role to survive by providing life energy. Everyday practice of pranayama would help in regulating respiratory system (Breathing exercise) as well as circulatory system. The physical exercises regulate the circulation of blood, heat, air in the body. The practice of asana would help in bringing flexibility in our muscular system so as to enhance the meditation process. The practice of meditation gives peace of mind and improves integirity. The practice of yoga will improve self-confidence, self-control, speaking truth, tolerance and social virtues. Each and every individual should practice yoga, asanas, meditation and do self-analysis exercises such as analysis of thoughts, moralisation of desires, nutralisation of anger and eradication of worries. This would help to bring hormoney between body and mind, habit and wisdom, self and society. Purpose and method and will and nature.

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