Celebration of Happiness (27) – Yoga (India)


"Connect Your Whole Being – Mind, Body and Breath"


To unify the mind, body and soul is something not many people can achieve. And those who have, have witnessed the true existence of the divine force that runs this universe.


Yoga is an ancient practice of the Hindu culture, which is considered to be all about control, focus and unity of mind, body and soul. Yoga aims to connect us with our inner self and leads us on the path to finding the divine. Not just in India, the health and other benefits of yoga have been acknowledged by various forms of medicine around the world and people all over the world practice yoga for a healthy body, mind and soul.


The ancient scriptures describe yoga as a means of finding the divine. There are various ways in which one can find God and based on this theory, there are 5 types of Yoga. Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Hatha Yoga, gyan Yoga and  Raja Yoga. All of these are considered to calm down our hearts and minds and brings deeper consciousness to us.Yoga, is widely known to have great health benefits which have been accepted internationally. A practice of holding different poses while keeping your mind calm and focusing on your breath and pose are the most important aspects of yoga..


Don’t Forget to Breath

Gain control over your mind and your life by practicing this fun and soothing physical exercise. Yoga will not only calm your mind, but will also clean your system from within and flush out all the negativity that you might collect without even being aware of it.

This blog is inspired by: Secrets to Happiness from the Cultures of the World (Lonely Planet)

Piyuesh Modi

Co-Founder and Sketch Note Blogger at PagePotato.com
Piyuesh works as Digital Marketing Expert and director at PagePotato.com. He is also a social entrepreneur at LearnAnythingFree.com and active volunteer at oneworld-citizens.org. He takes coaching sessions on Entrepreneurship, Internet Marketing, Visual thinking and Jugaad Innovation. In his free time, he likes practicing Salsa, Acroyoga, PoleDancing, Sketch note taking and Painting. All his doodles and sketches can be found@https://medium.com/@piyueshmodi
Piyuesh Modi