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Emotions are spiritual make-up. They convey the state of your spirit with body language and tone of voice. It affects your posture.

Do you know how big the cosmetics industry is? Presumably, the money is spent to make people look more attractive.

Shyness, anger, fear, negative emotions, cause you to close down your 'heart space.'

When you have good posture, it makes you more attractive. It isn't merely that it makes the breasts more prominent, because women less endowed, and even men exhibit this closing down reaction when people notice them because of their good posture. You are more graceful when your posture is good, and that registers subconsciously as a sign of health and virility. Which translates into attractiveness.

It sort of baffles me that women who spend all that money on make-up, are embarrassed, even offended when they are noticed because of their good posture. And immediately slump to hide their spiritual beauty.

Not only does good posture make you look more healthy and attractive, but it actually helps keep you more happy, healthy, and attractive. It works a lot better than make-up. And it's free.

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Understanding anatomy and biomechanics has greatly enhanced my practice of yoga. The psoas muscle turns out to be a common site of problems that we see in practice. Weakness, shortness, and imbalance between the R & L psoas muscles leads to low back pain, and can contribute to hip and knee problems. The key to keeping them, and you, happy is to internalize the information so you become aware of what and where your psoas musces are, what they feel like, and how they are integral to low back posture. Yoga is awareness! When you realize how big they are, and how much control they have over posture and movement, it becomes obvious how important they are. These videos should get you on the same page with your psoas muscles. 

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Written by Steven Weiniger Written by Steven Weiniger on Wednesday, 24 June 2015. Posted in Research

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sitting-at-work-computer-neck-pain-200pxIt seems like every month more research shows the health impact of sedentary lifestyles, and seeing these new studies so prevalently tells me that there is a growing awareness about the importance of posture on overall health and longevity.  Last month, I wrote an article, "Stand Up for Wellness," which was published in Chiro Eco, focusing on posture and motion as important factors for health.  

This month, in yet another new study, theBritish Journal of Sports Medicine1 reported growing evidence now linking a sedentary lifestyle with an increased risk of premature death from cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and even some cancers.

Their conclusions provided prevention tips, including:... more

DrKEV Jul 7 '15 · Tags: posture, sitting, standing, stretch

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