Some tips about our body structure part 2👁️
• Standing naturally, with the weight of the body evenly distributed between both legs, both hands remaining on each side. As a result, stress, pain, and exhaustion are reduced.
• Taking a "resting" position while standing, as in the drill. In this, the hands are folded behind the back and the two feet are held about one to one and a half feet apart. As the name implies, standing in this position provides more "rest."
• This type of situation typically occurs when we are in front of superiors, gurus, or vibhuti, who we look up to as an example. The hands can now be naturally on both sides or folded in front. This "posture" conveys respect, meekness, and humility.
• Hands on the hips when standing is not typically regarded as a "posture." Because it displays a lack of regard for the other person and a haughty attitude toward oneself. This stance can be used to indicate a variety of unfavourable feelings, including avarice, conceit, rudeness, and a host of other undesirable emotions, therefore in actuality, decent manners do not frequently include this posture. Undoubtedly, a person must choose this stance depending on the situation and need.
• A person should not stand in front of a senior, "GIP," with a posture that suggests liveliness or sloth. A posture that conveys promptness, agility, punctuality, devotion, and respect, on the other hand, is preferred.
This won't have an impact on personality:
You shouldn't let anything else draw your focus away from the conversation you're having while standing. It ought to be directed at the other person's speech. It's not polite to talk to someone while you're looking away. The seriousness of the discussion and the points are destroyed. The impact is diminished. Also declining is the person's credibility. Having a good bodily "posture" requires habit. If practise is taken You must attempt. The goal of the army's ongoing physical training is to keep soldiers' bodies "fit." Additionally, it is designed to improve the soldiers' "posture."
From an early age, the body must become accustomed to standing and walking in the proper posture. Good and appropriate posture is a vehicle for the expression of confidence, respect, and grace. Keep in mind that good manners begin with good posture. Create good habits in your children from an early age. If their posture is poor, intentionally and diligently correct it. Find professional advice. Children may exhibit a variety of habits, such as humping, standing on one and a half legs, gnawing their nails, scratching here and there, moving their arms and legs pointlessly, sticking their fingers in their noses, and scratching their heads. Tell them not to do it. Describe why this is untrue. Show what a good posture looks like. Also mention how posture affects everything. so that kids can appropriately manage their bodies. This will enhance their appearance and personality.
Bad posture brought on by impatience:
What causes poor posture in people? The man's impatience and restlessness in the mind are two significant psychological factors! His posture swaggers as a result of his frustration and restlessness. Candidates that are attending the interview must keep this in mind. a conversation, an oral test, or a People experience pressure, agitation, a racing heartbeat, a pit in their stomach, and a parched throat on occasions like "presentations." The fear that our performance won't be good enough also grows; however, learn to regulate your thoughts. Keep in mind that I'll succeed.