Yoga And Its Profound Effect On Your Relationship

Are you looking for ways to boost your dating life and relationships? If so, you may want to try yoga.

Not only does yoga enhance sexual performance as studies suggest, it can also have a profoundly positive effect on the deeper and more complex aspects of seeking love or being in a relationship with someone.

Stronger Awareness = Better Partnerships

Yoga increases self-awareness and mindfulness. In this way, it contributes to the building of more harmonious connections with others (and not only romantic ones).

One of yoga’s primary teachings is taking a look inward and doing a bit of introspection. Finding peace and happiness within yourself is essential for attracting meaningful things into your life.

When you practice yoga, you’re less likely to see yourself as flawed or as a victim. In the event of a conflict or disagreement, you’re probably going to address that in a productive way instead of holding on to anger without finding a resolution.

Yoga and Patience

Patience is a lifelong spiritual practice and it can be learned through activities like yoga and meditation.

Why is it so important to be patient?

For a start, no two people are alike.

You move at your own pace and your partner moves at a completely different speed. Instead of attempting to change your partner and feeling angry because they are different to you, it is better to learn to embrace the differences be patient with each other.

If you master the art of patience, you can control angry outbursts and impulses you would later feel regretful about.

Yoga is one of the best ways to master patience. It takes time and commitment to master challenging poses (just like it takes time and commitment to build a deep, meaningful relationship).

Better Communication

Yoga helps to reconnect with your partner whether you’re practicing together or not.

Possessing a calm mind and knowing when to slow down and take a breath ensures the reduction of conflict. Even when you disagree with each other, you can discover a mature way to talk about the differences and find a way out of the situation.

Yoga improves communication skills in a couple of important ways.

First of all, it balances your energy. Nervous energy is transformed into something positive and productive, making you less likely to get angry.

Yoga also helps with stress reduction. We all know how chronic stress can contribute to fights and conflict over the tiniest of things. Finding an outlet, whether you enjoy it on your own or with the person you love, can strengthen your bond, make you less likely to argue and help you talk to each other in a calm way.

Living Here and Now

Do you make grand plans for the future?

Did you start thinking of wedding arrangements at the time you signed up for an online dating opportunity like Rushing with future plans instead of living here and now can destroy the bond you have with another human being. There’s no need to rush things, enjoying the moment is much more important.

This is precisely what you could master through a meaningful yoga practice.

Yoga teaches you to live now and forget your expectations. There’s no set routine for how things should evolve. Through yoga, you learn to come back to the present moment by being aware of your body’s movements, your breathing, your ability to hold a pose.

When you’re fully present and aware, you can feel deeper sensations. You can be more joyful, more excited and more in love. Staying present in a relationship is something that people have forgotten how to do. At the same time, it’s crucial for the feeling of togetherness and for a strong bond to form.

Yoga Allows You to Open Your Heart

Most of us have been hurt in the past. This is why we tend to be guarded and defensive when communicating with someone new.

If you don’t open your heart, you’re not going to be hurt. At the same time, the fear to let someone get close to you can make you miss amazing opportunities in life.

Through your yoga practice, you will regain the ability to open your heart and let love in.

Opening and releasing your body during a yoga session will also impact your heart and your mind. An open heart is needed by people who are single and by those who are already in a relationship.

Those who are single will gain the ability to “tune in” and become more perceptive of others. There are definitely opportunities out there that you’re missing because you’re not open to them.

Being already in a relationship and opening up your heart can also result in something spectacular blooming. You will see your partner in a brand new way, expanding your ability to give and receive affection without fears standing in the way.

The changes you’ll experience through your yoga practice will be subtle and gradual. In time, however, you’ll notice your entire outlook on life changing. Your receptivity will grow and you’ll also become at peace with your circumstances.

Ultimately, these are the things needed to pursue romantic relationships and see where they’re going to head in the future. You cannot control life and you cannot control the people who are by your side. The sooner you accept this fact and learn to enjoy everything coming your way, the sooner you’ll master meaningful, mutually-beneficial interactions.

You can also use meditation to attract love and to overcome any relationship anxiety you might be experiencing.


By Paul Harrison

Paul Harrison is a qualified meditation teacher and writer with more than 15 years experience in meditation and mindfulness. He studied meditation in Oxford, UK, and Hamilton Ontario Canada, and earned his degree at Staffordshire University. Paul has helped thousands of people to discover their true potential through mindfulness, yoga and meditation.

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