Addiction is a terrible behavior when you are always attached to certain of things like alcohol or cigarettes. Somehow you are looking for a solution to cut it off. Because obviously it’s not good for your body and mind.
There are some different ways in mindfulness practice dealing with addiction. Yoga is one of the most powerful practices which allows you free yourself a suffering from addiction.
From Disconnection To Connection
Yoga is more than just poses; it is a combination of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines. The philosophy of yoga is union, universe, oneness, wholeness, and coherence. Thus, by definition the path from disconnection to connection is the path of yoga.
Yoga is a remedy for addiction. By practicing asana, it helps to move energy, make your body flexible, cultivate Prana, create vitality, and boost your brain function.
With yoga, you create a space in which you can let things go and connect more deeply with yourself.
Yoga is more than just poses; it is a combination of physical, mental, and spiritual practices or disciplines. And Yoga is a remedy for addiction.
How Yoga Works To Heal Addiction
Yoga is one of many different ways to detox the body.
Yoga makes our body very flexible as we move every part of our body. Particular twists can be very powerful detoxing postures. When we twist, toxins from the internal organs and muscle tissue allow fresh oxygen and blood to travel to these organs.
In addition, shoulder stand, headstand, handstand and legs up the wall pose are fantastic detoxing postures. As we drain the toxins from the feet and legs, where we can often store stagnant energy and heaviness, we allow the toxins to move towards the parts of our body used for elimination.
Addiction is the grossest of experiences. It’s a physical anxiety, a deep and overwhelming craving. When we practice yoga, we’re moving towards the subtle, the experience of quieter things. That is spirituality.
Most importantly, yoga is the study of moving towards spirit, towards essence. It’s sensitivity training.
Reconnecting With Mind, Body, And Spirit
From the pranayama standpoint, the control of the breath allows us to move beyond some of our confusion to develop an even deeper sense of presence and remove some of our negative thoughts.
Yoga allows us to learn meditation so that we have the ability to master the mind.
Addiction hits us at the level of mind, body, and spirit. Yoga is about calming the mind, healing the body, and reconnecting us with spirit. It’s the perfect practice as an antidote to addiction.