Benefits of Salat & Yoga
Oct 04, 2020
Meditation around Mint Tea
Before or After a Mint Tea
Five times a day, you have the opportunity to do a meditation around a Mint tea . A daily ritual - The Salat (form of meditative prayer) - which has become essential for more than fourteen hundred years ...
Beyond the current political debate in our country, science and religion have always been considered as separate entities. And yet science regularly demonstrates the benefits of religious prescriptions ...
In reality, religion is the key to the soul and each person can only be healthy if their soul is healthy and they experience inner peace.
An event derived from recent scientific discoveries opens up new ways to explore the activity of Salat and its influence on our nervous system.
The Salat is a spiritual and physical act in which almost all the muscles of the human body become more active than any type of sports exercise without any muscle fatigue and induces serenity body and soul.
In fact, scientific evidence supports the idea that all moderate intensity activities - such as Yoga for example, performed as a daily ritual, are beneficial for your body long-term health.
Concentration - Key to Well-being
"Blessed are the believers who maintain" khushû "in their Salat"
Muhammad (Peace and blessings of God be upon him) - Koran (23: 1-2)
“ Khushû ’ ”is a form of concentration during Salat . Concentration of the mind at the level of the heart in order to manifest the best in the whole body and soul ...
In practical exercise “ Khushû '” is at the same time an exercise of physical flexibility, a meditation of psychological full consciousness and a spiritual reverence in front of Our Absolute Master.
In other words, “ Khushû '” expresses the action of “living the present moment” through an alignment of the soul, the body and the spirit.
In many ways, the “ Khushû '” during the Salat can be seen as one of the main goals of Yoga and any other form of mindfulness meditation
Benefits of Salat and Yoga
Lesson # 1 - P osition "Qiyam" or "Namaste"
In the “Qiyam” or “Namaste” position, there is an even distribution of body weight on both feet. This relieves the nervous system and rebalances the body.
This position straightens the back and improves overall body posture.
Lesson # 2 - P "Rukū" or "Ardha Uttanasana" position
The "Rukū" or "Ardha Uttanasana" position allows you to fully stretch the muscles of the lower back, abdominals, thighs and calves.
This pose is ideal for toning the muscles of the stomach (muscularis), and around the kidneys, and abdominals.
Lesson # 3 - "Sujud" or "Balasana" Position
The “Sujud” or “Balasana” position stimulates the frontal cortex of the brain. It reduces high blood pressure, increases joint elasticity and relieves stress, anxiety, dizziness and fatigue.
This position builds stomach muscles and prevents sagging midline.
The most important position in salat, it helps to cleanse mental toxins.
Excellent pose for pregnant women, since it perfectly maintains the position of the fetus
Lesson # 4 -"Julus" or "Vajrasana" Position
The “Julus” or “Vajrasana” position increases the flexibility of the body and helps detoxify the liver. It stimulates the peristaltic action of the large intestine, thus naturally regulating your intestinal transit.
This position aids digestion by mechanically pushing the stomach contents down.
This pose particularly strengthens the pelvic muscles - improving erection quality and preventing incontinence problems for men.
In addition, this position helps heal varicose veins and joint pain.
Meditation Sessions around Mint Tea
While reciting or listening to Quranic invocations, the sound vibrations of the vowels “â, ī and ū” stimulate the heart, thyroid, pineal gland, pituitary, adrenal glands and lungs.
At Maison NANA1807, we offer meditation sessions around Mint tea - with two simple and effective formats:
- Serenity 7.0
- Let go every day
Taste the Difference & Share the Experience!