A state of inner peace eliminates worries, negativity, fears and stress. It removes anxiety, negative emotions, unhappiness, and dissatisfaction. Inner peace is the state of mental and emotional poise, strength, confidence and happiness. Psychology says everyone desires inner peace, even if they are not aware of it.
Inner peace is not something you can turn on because it requires careful planning, informed decision-making, and the will to do it. Inner peace is a lifelong journey, which requires a lifetime commitment. Yoga aims to create awareness and build strength in both the mind and body. It allows you to stop, live in the moment and be mindful of yourself.
Yoga emphasizes the mind, body and soul practice, which requires you to create a discipline between these components. For instance, during each yoga pose, all systems and parts of your body activate and interact with each other effectively. Yoga practice brings the calm that helps rid the exhaustion, frustration, and chaos, which commonly fills the brain.
Read on for five poses that will help you check in with your inner self, and be present in the current moment.