Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Yesterday's answer, today's query

ANSWER: The jatharagni is actually refers to metabolism. Possibly also catabolism, which is necessary to throw out stuff.... It is good because it removes dead cells, removes fat, flushes out toxins, facilitates lympathic drainage. When it goes into overdrive (hyperthyroidism, for instance) it can create disease -- hyperactivity, anxiety, inflammation...

QUERY:  Which is the safest poses from this list tadasana (palm tree), standing forward bend (uttanasana), paschimottanasana (seated forward bend) and mayurasana (peacok). Essentially, u need to know that they are contraindicated for which ailment and which is the only one not contraindicated in any ailment...

3 comments:

lakshmi said...

Tadasana - which grounds you

Anila said...

Tadasana

lizw said...

I also think it's tadasana. Mayurasana is counterindicated for wrist and arm injuries, Uttanasana is counterindicated for glaucoma, and I think paschimottanasana is counterindicated for some asthma and certain back problems.