Time Management

Time Management in today’s world…Yoga is the answer

Time Management in today’s world…Yoga is the answer

Get more is the success mantra of today’s generation. Time can be measure hence can be managed. Thus time management in today’s world using useful yoga techniques are a must try to reap in maximum benefits-

Reduce Stress & Anxiety – Plan your day ahead

This requires a good memory. Yoga offers Pranayamas and reflection techniques that will help you to breathe easy and remember more. (For beginners try pen and paper method to plan your day ahead.) Managing your time helps your parasympathetic nervous system. These directly reduce your anxiety and stress level.  You will feel less hurried and in control of daily activities.

Get More Done – Practice Yoga every day

Yoga offers a holistic health solution. It is a preventive science and reduces instances of falling sick. The more health you have in terms of mind, body and spirit the better you can contribute. Yoga is a sure shot way to get more done in little time. Health is a by-product of yoga, and most importantly you progress spiritually. Different kriyas if done daily with little mindfulness helps to build better immunity. Apart from saving time saves a lot of medical bills. Do Jal Neti and Kapalbhati kriya regularly. Asanas keep the body fit and flexible. Meditation renews the spirit.

Time management – Dharma, Arth, Kama, Moksha

Yoga gives simple guidelines on how to manage your day.  You can manage time better when you take the guesswork out. Living purposefully helps. Using Dharma, Arth, Kama, Moksha module you can divide all your activities more efficiently and manage your workload better. So get the right task done at the right time.

Dharma (duty towards self, spouse, family, work, society and nation) Keep the order in mind and you cannot go wrong    Arth (things need to done daily example going to work for self-sustenance)    Kama (for self-pleasure, allot time to satisfy own needs.) Moksha (selfless work for the benefit of others)

Being productive is one of the main objectives of successful time management. But when you are aware of what you need to do exactly, and what time, you are able to manage time better.

Less Rework – Yoga Mindfulness

Bhagavad Gita rightly shows us the path. Krishna tells Arjuna “Yoga is dexterity in action.” Or excellence in work is yoga. To achieve this yoga helps to enhance awareness and when anything and everything is done with awareness, the chances of mistakes are less. This helps to save time.

Emotions (Bhavanas)-Time Management

Yoga offers techniques like Pratipaksh Bhava, Anitya Bhavana etc. that helps in managing our emotions. How often we lose control of our emotions, get angry, upset and out of control. Reflect a bit and observe we often ruin relations with knowing it’s our own fault. If emotions are in check a lot of time will be save, and this also improves relationships.

Mauna- Time Management

Speak only when required. The fewer words to get the task done the better it is. Practising Mauna or silence also helps saves time and energy. Observe yourself daily and speak only if necessary.

So without wasting time, learn to manage your time with one of the oldest organised yoga centres in the world. Start enjoying life as it is and do stop stressing about your to-do list. We assure you there is enough time in the day to finish all you want too.

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