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what is inner engineering?

Sadhguru, a yogi, mystic, and one of the foremost authorities on yoga, believes that if we intellectually explore the ABC’s of life using methods that are the distilled essence of yogic sciences, we can provide ourselves with the tools and solutions to empower ourselves to create our lives the way we want through Inner Engineering. With the help of practical wisom, we can learn to manage our bodies, minds, emotions, and the fundamental life energy within.

Here are four ways we can improve our lives through meditation, pranayama, and the study of yoga:

We can sharpen our minds.

When our minds are sharp, we have better concentration, and our mental clarity improves, both of which make it easier for us to power through difficult tasks or make tough decisions.

We feel more energized

Meditation, pranayama, and other inner engineering exercises enable our minds and bodies to slow down and refresh, raising our energy level and enhancing our productivity.

Our overall health improves

Yoga and other mindfulness practices increase the strength in our bodies, help us release tension. This actually can have a positive effect on our overall health and sense of well-being.

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We can enjoy inner peace

Inner peace starts in the mind, but it spreads like gentle ocean waves throughout the entire body. With inner peace, we can also enjoy emotion balance, and even grow our self-confidence.

Inner Engineering is all about using practical techniques to tap into the mysteries of the mind and spirit, and take charge of our lives in a positive way–and feel good while doing it.

  To learn more visit: InnerEngineering.com If you are looking for a way to start or deepen your daily meditation – take look at this program by MindValley: bit.ly/YOGIMeditation and the Mindfulness Based Stressed Reduction online course by Sounds True: – The YOGI TIMES team
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