A Hope for Survival in the New Millennium Oyo- A Scientific Concept from Indo-Chinese Traditional Therapies
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Through OYO, it does not take much time for the performer to go in to transcendental meditation. As brought out by Shri Avinash, both physical and meditational exercises are equally vital to develop immunity in our system. Physical and meditational training go hand in hand. People who face acute internal disorders invariably shy away from breathing and meditational exercises. OYO can be performed independently without any training aids even in limited space and adverse weather conditions.
I believe OYO can be very beneficial for the officers and jawans in the Defence, Paramilitary, and Police Organizations; and other such Government, semi Government departments besides private institutions like business houses, schools and colleges.
Many sportsmen attain a high level of proficiency in their particular discipline but do not end up well, because they lack mental equilibrium with that particular sport or event. Vitality plays a pre-eminent role in the coordination of general physical and mental states not only for sports persons but for all individuals, who aspire to keep away from chronic diseases.
To attain longevity, one also needs requisite strength and stamina. Many of us, through meditational exercises, can impart vitality to our bodies. But, for optimum results, it is imperative to understand the importance of physical exercises combined with proper respiration and meditation.
There is a very intimate relation of Chinese martial arts and meditational exercises with Yogic exercises. In 696 AD, a Buddhist monk named Bodhi Dharma (Chinese name Ta Mo) from South India travelled to China and influenced the Chinese people about the Yogic exercises.
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