What are the Benefits of Hot Yoga Workouts for the Spiritual seeker of Enlightenment? Hot Yoga is a Hatha Yoga style adapted from Bikram Yoga, practicing certain poses in a hot room or studio.
The room is heated to a specified temperature and kept at a certain level of humidity.
The heat allows one to enter into postures easier as muscles and tendons are warmed up.
The heat encourages excess sweating, removing toxins and impurities from the body.
burned rapidly and weight loss can be achieved.
The challenge of the heat helps to strengthen inner willpower and determination. Your cardiovascular system gets a complete workout as your heart rate is increased during movements and poses.
Concentration and relaxation is improved as the body becomes limber, flexible, and strong.
Like the other offshoots of Hatha Yoga, Hot Yoga for the spiritual seeker on the path of awakening can be used to help purify and strengthen the body for the other paths of yoga.
After a physical yoga session, when you are limber and loose, practice meditation and seek to realize your pure conscious True Self beyond ego perception.
Raja Yoga, Mantra Yoga, Kriya Yoga, and Kundalini Yoga all seek to regain control of mind and raise spiritual awareness.
Strengthening and purifying the body is great, but do not stop there, for in the end you are not the body. Your conscious awareness does not die with the body.
You are an eternal invincible soul, do not waste this lifetime; raise your level of consciousness.
The evolution of consciousness is the evolution into your True-Self.Seek the Truth.
Now is the time to gain True Wisdom (Jnana Yoga).
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