Humanity has encountered the ravages of COVID-19 but the world has found a “gift” named the Equilibrium for Nature and you can also share this gift for the world too. We must take care ourselves and keep going strong and at the same time, you can take better care of the world in order for it to become stronger as well. Let’s join together and send small gifts for the balance of life and the balance of Nature to this world we live in and cherish so much.
The Equilibrium of Nature
We can help balance the world with nature. If we look around you will see a lot of thing, such as plastic used daily that still valuable and can be used instead of construction bricks. The used mask we can dispose it properly. Only this we can create the balance to nature and create value for ourselves.
“Eco Brick” Changing unwanted Plastic Waste to usable Construction Bricks
Your chance to save wasted plastic and make Eco Bricks.
Just separate plastic waste packaging such as labels, stickers, wrappers from snacks or candies and collect them in plastic bottles (PET) and help save the world. Let’s do it!
“How To Dispose Your Masks Properly” Protect yourself and others from viruses, should get rid of the used mask appropriately to prevent the spread of germs
How to dispose your mask properly:
The Equilibrium of Life
1.Begin with Downward Facing Dog
Start in the Downward Facing Dog Pose for a full body stretch. This feels particularly good if you've spent a lot of the day sitting at a desk or in a car. Pedal your legs to stretch the hamstrings and do any other movements that feel like they will get into your tight areas, for instance bending both knees and coming up on your toes or coming forward to a plank and then back to down dog. Take several breaths to indulge the movements that feel best and then settle into stillness for around five additional breaths.
2.Triangle Pose (Trikonasana)
You'll continue to stretch the tension out of your legs by coming into the Triangle Pose. Step your right foot to the inside of your right hand. Turn your left foot parallel with the back of your mat and straighten both legs. Your right hand can be on the floor on the outside of your foot, up on a block, or resting on your right shin, whichever is most comfortable. Bring your left hand to your left hip and use it to gently open the hip before raising it up toward the ceiling. Turn your torso toward the ceiling to open the chest. Hold this position for about five breaths, then step back to Downward Facing Dog and repeat the Triangle Pose with the left foot forward.
3. Wide-Legged Standing Forward Fold (Prasarita Padottanasana)
After doing the second side of triangle pose (above), straighten both legs and parallel your feet so that you are facing the long side of your mat. Inhale deeply and fold forward on your exhale, coming into prasarita padottanasana. Take any arm position that feels good. Possibilities include holding onto your big toes, ankles, or calves; interlacing your hands behind your back and straightening your arms, or just bringing the hands to the floor.
4.Garland Pose (Malasana)
Scoot your feet toward the midline of your body until they are about two feet apart. Turn your toes out and bend your knees to a squatting position for garland pose. If squatting is very difficult for you, there are a few options to make it more accessible. If your heels don't come to the floor, roll up a blanket and put in under your heels for support. You can also try sliding a block under your butt to sit on. If you want to get into the hip creases a little more, you can rock from side to side, bringing your weight into first one foot and then the other.
5. Seated Spinal Twist (Ardha Matsyendrasana)
Let your butt come to the floor and sit down. Bring your right foot to the outside of your left thigh for a seated spinal twist. Inhale to lengthen your spine. On your exhale, twist to the right. You can hug your right knee with your left elbow or bring your left elbow to the outside of your right knee for more traction. Stay for five breaths, growing tall on the inhales and twisting on the exhales. Then switch the configuration of your legs to twist to the other side.
The leg that is bent at the front of your mat in Ardha Matsyendrasna (above) is already in the correct position for the Pigeon Pose, so swing your other leg behind you to make this transition. If this doesn't work for your body, then find any another way that makes sense to you.
Again, there are a number of possible variations to tailor this pose to what your own body wants and can do. Take padding (like a folded blanket or a block) under your butt if it is a long way from the floor. Try a forward fold over the front leg. After you feel sufficiently stretched on the first leg, switch sides by coming through all fours or back to downward facing dog if you prefer.
After doing both sides in pigeon (above), Stay in a forward fold with your forearms on the floor. Snake whichever leg is forward back to meet the other leg. This is a fun way to come straight into sphinx, but if that doesn't work just make your way onto your belly another way. This pose in the perfect way to counteract the forward slumping of a long day spent sitting at the computer. Be sure to press firmly into your forearms, which will help keep your shoulders away from your ears.
8.Happy Baby Pose (Ananda Balasana)
Roll over onto your back to prepare for happy baby pose. Hug your knees into your chest and the grab hold of the outsides of your feet to draw your knees toward your armpits and the shins perpendicular to the floor. You can rock side to side a little bit if that feels good on your sacrum.
9.Goddess Pose (Supta Baddha Konasana)
Bring your feet back to the mat with the soles touching and let your knees open to either side. Props (blocks or blankets) can be used here under the knees for support if you like. If you find goddess pose to be very comfortable, you can end your practice here. Otherwise, you can stay for one to ten minutes before transitioning to savasana.
10.Corpse Pose (Savasana)
Straighten your legs for your final relaxation in corpse pose. Use any of these savasana props to help you get really comfortable. You may want to set an alarm for five minutes so you don't fall asleep. Then crawl into bed ready for a restful night.