"A woman came to me with a host of problems, including continuous pain around her navel. She suffered from frequent urination and had to pass stool around 5 to 6 times in a day. She was weak and used to feel lethargic right after passing stool. After rounds of allopathic therapies and other treatments, she came to me. There was no diagnosis. No tests could pin-point to her problem. I found that her navel was disturbed for the past ten years. During the diagnosis, I found that all her problems were linked to her disturbed navel. I started to align her (navel) through yoga asanas such as Salabhasana, Purna salabhasana, Bhujangasana and Pawanmuktasana with repetition. Within a few hours, she started feeling better. After a week, her intestinal movement strengthened. The continuity of pain around her abdomen became less. And after a month, I started to cure her mental anxiety because it also affected the navel. Finally, after six months of regular practice of asanas and meditation, she achieved fitness," shares Yogi Anoop.
In his practice, Yogi Anoop lays great emphasis on keeping the right attitude. The good and the bad are not always dependent on external factors but often rest within us, in our mind and attitude. "If we change our perception, thinking and attitude towards circumstances, most of our problems will appear bleak. Mental stress and emotional imbalances are often the root cause of some of the most common lifestyle diseases. Therefore, a calm and centred mind is of the utmost importance which can be achieved with regular practice of meditation," says Yogi Anoop.
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