Lotus Pose or Padmasana - Procedure and Benefits

Lotus Pose or Padmasana  - Procedure and Benefits

In this article, we are going to know about the benefits, process, and time of Lotus Pose (Yoga). If you are a student and you want to develop a concentration of your mind then this lotus pose is very helpful for you. Let's know the benefits, process, and time of Lotus Pose.

Process of Lotus Pose

First, sit with both the legs straight. Then bend the right foot from the knee and place it on the top of the left thigh. Then bend the left foot from the knee and place it on the top of the right thigh. Both feet of the legs must touch the ground (Yoga Mat). The right foot should stay on the top of the left thigh and the left foot should stay on the top of the right thigh. Then keep your head, neck, and spine straight. Then keep both hands according to the given picture. Then focus on the tip of the nose or keep your eyes closed. At this time you can think of your favorite God or places.

Time

This pose should be done on an empty stomach in the morning and evening. You can practice this pose for 30 seconds or more each time. In this pose, breathing will stay normal.

Benefits of Lotus Pose

This Yoga pose is especially wide than other Yoga poses. If you do this "Lotus Pose" every day for 15 minutes by closing both the eyes or focusing on the tip of the nose - It easily develops your concentration of mind, and it also helps to Increase digestion, relieve rheumatism and strengthens the nervous system. Practicing this as a regular routine can cure spinal curvature. 

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