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True yoga is about submitting your will to the will of the Creator that is the same criteria as other major religions of the world like Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and other religions. In the last half of the 21st century yoga is more popular as physical and mental therapy then spiritual journey.

Today, yoga commonly embraces the practices of asana, pranayama, mudra and bandha. So far, yoga therapy has succeeded in diseases like asthma, diabetes and blood pressure where modern science has not. Besides this epilepsy, hysteria, rheumatism and many other ailments of a chronic and constitutional nature can be reversed through yoga.

Yoga therapy is open to all mankind without any distinction of caste, creed, colour, race, sex or age. Perhaps the only essential qualification is a belief in the potentialities of one's own consciousness and an aspiration to reach its summit by following the laws of consciousness itself.

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In most cases the answer to that question is yes. In fact yoga is excellent way to support the body in its healing process. However, you can inform your doctor or health care provider before you begin your practice, and be sure to let your teacher know what is going on so they can address your specific needs.

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In the last half of the 21st century yoga is more popular as physical and mental therapy then spiritual journey.

Today, yoga commonly embraces the practices of asana, pranayama, mudra and bandha in yoga therapy.So far, yoga therapy has succeeded in diseases like asthma, diabetes and blood pressure where modern science has not. Besides this epilepsy, hysteria, rheumatism and many other ailments of a chronic and constitutional nature can be reversed through yoga.

Yoga therapy is open to all mankind without any distinction of caste, creed, colour, race, sex or age. Perhaps the only essential qualification is a belief in the potentialities of one's own consciousness and an aspiration to reach its summit by following the laws of consciousness itself.

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That depends on how strong your digestion is and the qualities of the food. Take heavy foods in small amounts. Take light foods in great amounts.

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It is better to take few sips frequently in between chewing of food. Taking water during the meal will helps in digestion.

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If you eat too much, you suppress digestive power, create toxins cause by poor digestion called ama in Ayurveda, and it may lead to other diseases.

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Eat only when you feel hunger and in some people I have seen that they don't feel hunger but have other symptoms like giddiness at the time of meal. So I believe after 3 to 4 hours of consumption of meal one could go for another meal.