Benefits of Dhayana Yoga
Scientists and Yogis alike have been researching the effects and benefits on Meditation and Dhyana Yoga on human mind for ages now. Most of the times, we hear or read online, something getting validated, that has always been around in yogic Shashtras for centuries. Here are some benefits of Dhayana Yoga to get you started on this Awesome journey:
1. Dhayana Yoga Helps Keep your Brain Healthy
Last year, a research at University of California Los Angeles, showed that people who practice Meditation regularly often have healthier and more functioning brains that those with same demographics who don’t practice Dhyana Yoga. The Meditators were shown to have more of the grey matter in their brains compared to their counterparts.
2. Meditation is Proved to Benefit in Fighting Against Depression
One of the other benefits of Dhyana Yoga is its ability to counter stress or emotional depression. Many people have reported to be feeling light and generally more happy while they practice Dhyana which helps them fight depression and counter stress. One may argue that with such a fast lifestyle, they simply don’t get time for Yoga daily, but I would like to point out that even if you can meditate 10 minutes daily before starting your day, the exercise would help you have a stress-free routine throughout the day, in effect giving you more time in the evening to relax.
3. Dhayana Yoga helps to Keep Focus
Another benefit of practicing Dhyanana Yoga is that it helps us in keeping focus on our goals. Dhyana Yoga teaches the yogis to be present in the moment, keep themselves more aware of the surroundings and helps to focus on the aim. This is essentially beneficial to people whose jobs depend on their ability to continuously focus on some things for long hours without hurting their efficiency. Daily practice of meditating about 10 minutes, can go a long way to improve productivity.