Mental health has become one of the biggest issues on the planet today with the COVID-19 pandemic. We all have this responsibility to make sure that the opportunity to do Yoga is available to every citizen. Those who have found peace within must share it with everybody.
Beating the virus requires collective action. It’s imperative that everyone follows the rules like staying clean, washing the hands frequently, maintaining social distance etc. Initially, they might appear challenging, but they aren’t hard to practice.
As the world celebrates the fourth International Day of Yoga, it’s time again for this ancient art of inner blossoming to be in the spotlight. Thanks to the global patronage over the last four years, the acceptance and popularity of yoga has broken many barriers. The wide array of applications, expectations and perceptions demonstrates its versatility as the super-cure for the ills of the modern world.
There is a new icebreaker in the international diplomatic circuit. The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call at the UN General Assembly for declaring an International Yoga Day has gained support from several quarters – many representatives from Congress and President Obama as well have shown keen interest in yoga.