The Mudra therapy is a very unique concept and it deals with the stimulations of the nerves in the hand and the brain. The nerves play a very major role in the concept of Mudra therapy. The nerves in the hand get stimulated on holding a particular hasta mudra; they travel via the spinal cord and reach the brain. The brain gets stimulated and sends impulses to the respective parts of the body, depending on the fingers involved in holding the hasta mudra, as each finger in the hand corresponds to a particular part in the body. Hence the knowledge of the nervous system of the hand is required to understand the therapeutic effect of the hasta mudras effectively.
I can fast.”(50). These three skills had the most impact on Siddhartha 's journey towards enlightenment as they play a key role in Siddhartha
This can create confusion sometimes, so be sure not to use only non-verbal communication. Use words too, so that your listener will be sure to understand you. Some hand gestures that are popular are waving to someone as a greeting or holding your index finger and thumb into a circle to mean "okay". However, there are some countries where these can have bad meanings! It's important to be careful when using certain common gestures.
2 Hip Muscles and Movements The hip joint is a multi-axial ball-and-socket joint, and therefore, movements along perpendicular planes occur over a wide arch of motion, namely flexion and extension, adduction and abduction, medial and lateral rotation, and circumduction . Muscles surrounding the hip are divided into groups; each is mainly, but not only, responsible for a certain movement of the hip. The main hip flexor is the psoas muscle, helped by the iliacus, but also other muscles assist in hip flexion. Extension is mainly performed by the gluteus maximus. Adduction is mainly carried out by the adductor group of muscles, such as the adductor brevis, longus, and magnus.
Jnana Yoga. Further, the Yoga Upanishads as also other texts talk about the Mantra Yoga, Nada Yoga and Laya Yoga among other forms as also the Kundalini Yoga. Various forms of yoga in brief: - Hatha Yoga Hatha Yoga is the Order of the Day Hatha Yoga can be safely be said to be the order of the day because the practices of Yoga which are popular today, namely asanas and pranayama, are sourced in Hatha Yoga. Thus, we may not be wrong in asserting that Yoga today as it is practiced is Hatha Yoga. These practices are popular because being pre-dominantly physical in nature their effects can be seen in short term and can be measured.
The forearm is a complex anatomical structure between the elbow and the wrist that serves an important function of the upper extremity. The forearm consists of two parallel bones, the radius and the ulna. It forms a functional unit that can be considered both as an axis and a non synovial joint (). This “joint” can be best understood in term of two “condyles”, the distal radio-ulnar joint (DRUJ) and the proximal radioulnar joint (PRUJ) (). The capsule of the elbow joint and the annular ligament stabilize the bones proximally.
Smooth muscle The function of the Smooth muscle are the muscle we do not consciously control eg those that are found in the walls of blood and lymphatic vessels, in respiratory, digestive and genito-urinary systems. These muscles work automatically weather we want them to or not. The structure of the smooth muscle is they have spindle shaped cells with no distant cell membrane and only one nucleus, bundles of the fibre we see with the naked eye. Skeletal muscle the function is these are the muscle which we consciously control eg or arms, legs. If we want to walk we do so.
The upper arm extends from the shoulder to the elbow and provided pulling and lifting strength. The elbow is a hinged joint which allows the arm to open up to 180 degrees at full extension. The forearm is between the wrist and the elbow. The muscles in the forearm rotate, flex and extend the wrist. The wrist consists of eight carpal bones with multiple muscles and tendons.
URBAN ECONOMY IN THE ARTHASASTRA OF KAUTILYA Sukriti Khanna Email: email@example.com Research Scholar, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India Abstract: The Arthasastra is a treatise on statecraft and economics ascribed to Kautilya. The Arthasastra contains 15 adhikarans or books with 150 chapters and 6000 salokas. TheArthasastra deals with the different aspects of politics, economics and society. As a society broadens its political control, it enlarges its economic base as well. The most important agent in effecting the change from a decentralized village economy to a highly organized urban economy is the king.