Hindu Super Brain Yoga – Importance and Health Benefits

04 Mar 2022 648 Views

Dr. Prakasarao Velagapudi explains the origins of Super Brain Yoga, the puranic stories related to this yoga, how is practiced, the health and physical benefits and voluminous research conducted across USA and India. Super brain yoga is performed by holding the left ear with right hand fingers and the right by left hand fingers and simultaneously sitting and standing in front of Lord Ganesha and seeks his blessings. In many schools in India, the teacher used to require the students to do it as a disciplinary tool as a punishment if they fail to do their homework, come late to the school, or engage in naughty behavior. 
    Two stories are narrated in our Puranas with the practice of with Super brain Yoga. Many Hindus do this Super brain yoga in front of Lord Ganesha, who is known for intelligence and knowledge. Proper holding of the earlobes, the major acupuncture point,  stimulates the mouth, eyes, temples, testes, ovaries, forehead, and brain.  The research conducted to find out the benefits revealed that the students who practiced this technique have fewer symptoms of autism, dyslexia, ADD (attention deficit disorder), ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), Down syndrome and show fewer emotional disturbance. Other benefits include improved sex drive, lower psychological stress, promotes mental clarity and focus, increases creativity and intelligence, and an increase in calmness and inner peace which can further aid in appetite control and overall health management. In India, a study consists of 1,945 school students from Mysore district, reveal that 86 % of the students reported that by practicing SBY has helped them to face examinations more confidently. Students also reported that their memory has improved by 75.9 % and concentration by 70.5 %. 
    Many Universities in USA are conducting research on high school students have found out that they experienced less frustration, improved class participation, lowered anxiety and fear, improved standardized test scores, and increased peer association. They also showed more compassion, kindness, and generosity.



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