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Lead a Yogic Life For Health and Heart! Sometimes, it seems that by merely living on our planet one can recognize that the realities of life can be difficult and stressful. Eespecially in a seemingly vindictive world marked with stigmatic insensitivity to others. If you are at all concerned you might very well know that the world has become an extremely dangerous place to live! This often ends with you being upset, sad and hurt at the activities going on around you, ultimately leading to stress, fatigue, and anxiety. Living with the daily realities of life, in a world with a growing insensitivity to others, can be stressful. If you are an active and interactive reader – newspaper, blog, or on any social media platform, you might very well know that the world has become an extremely dangerous place to live in! This often ends you being upset, sad and hurt at the activities going around you, ultimately leading to stress, fatigue, and anxiety. But, what if you find an alternative to deal with it? Maybe a substitute that would diminish your growing stress towards it all. More importantly, what if you could take control of the alternative, guide it to what you wanted and truly needed? You can achieve this if you embrace the world and the 'living from your heart’ mindset. The heart is an access point to a source of wisdom and intelligence. It helps us to live our lives with more balance, greater creativity, and enhanced intuitive capacities. Medically and scientifically, it is said that our heart is surrounded by a field of energy that extends out about five to eight feet. This heart field extends on the physical and quantum level. This understanding is fundamental to why it’s important to keep your energy field and body in harmony. The dis-harmony in your energy field will cause dis–ease in your body. Since your Yoga practice is a reflection of your life, if your energy field is out of balance, your body will be out of balance. It is highly recommended to consider the energy of your heart and brain while you practice Yoga. Practice some of the heart opening Yoga postures for keeping your heart fit, balanced and healthy. You can try practicing “Bhakti Yoga” which strives to reach a state of essence i.e. ‘Rasa’, wherein a feeling of pure bliss is achieved in the devotional surrender to the Divine. 1. Take the essence of the practice and begin to apply it to your own life. 2. Remind yourself that life is interconnected. 3. We are not separate. Life flows through our lives with ourself and others. 4. Yoga is union with self and with others. But it begins with you. Living from your heart and feeling peaceful does not mean living secluded away in a cave on a mountaintop or being optimistically naïve, ignoring the realities of humanity. Through the darkness, we can all do our part to strive to live a peaceful life at our peak potential. When you shift your energy from your head to your heart, your life – and the lives of those around you – will be enhanced. We all can step into our light. We need to carry ourself from darkness into light and as we shine, it will diminish darkness. Yoga rides you through this darkness by uplifting your spirit, boosting your energy, and eliminating the negativity around you. The good news is when you use Yoga to connect to your heart, that conscious choice creates health for yourself and the world. Thus it is said and believed that Yoga practitioners are the most open to learning how to live a heart-centered life. in a society that seemilgly is insensitive to the feelings needs of others and and bolstered by a steady stream of blame and invective from both the print and digital media.