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Adho Mukha Svanasana – Downward Facing Dog

Pulling the attention in your core 💫

My third posture will be Ado Mukha Svanasana – Downward facing dog

Downward facing dog is a fundamental asana that practiced a lot. You can stretch your muscles inevitably, while you’re straightening your arms and back muscles.

I will not explain much about the anatomical corrections or alignments that might be equally spread your weight into your both feet and hands, straighten your back, beware of your pelvis’ position, and send your gaze to your belly button. But please do, because physical level is a manifested state as I understood so far.

Ado Mukha Svanasana is the perfect pose to articulate your attention, the gaze; drishti that helps you to send your focus to the particular place. It helps to be aware of breaths that move into the parts, especially on the your core of the body while you’re deepening into the asana. It’s not a just stretching or strengthening exercise rather it is a very effective pose to realize your breath, focusing to core, and contemplate to be in the present. As you intentionally be aware of your inhalation and exhalation you will slowly deepening in the asana.

Since asanas originally derived positions  to “be steady and comfortable, relaxing into the infinite” (Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra),  there is no hurry and nothing to be achieved rather than awareness, and attention.  May all connect with the influx of powerful liberating force, taste the receiving love, and feel the joy.

Design

  • Integrity and Isolation / Harmony and ContrastGood design mostly archives unity with its environment. Isolated enough to being a discrete entity but still integrated to its background. Otherwise, it might loose its functionality. Each design evokes and invokes the inescapable totality of a culture,

    On the other hand, contrast is a pivotal context in the design. Since the aesthetic forms of the environment are not the only one , aesthetic form of the object can be justified by other integrant factors.

  • Focusing
    There has to be the focus in order to see efficiently. This can be either determined by titles or colours, sizes or placement.
  • Navigation (Hierarchy)
    The has to follow the directions. Every composition contains a latent or obvious navigation tools. This makes the frame easily captured. The factor hides the many persuasive techniques in it.


    If one takes the definition of design with the words of George Nelson who defines design “is a manifestation of the capacity of the human spirit to transcend its limitations”, having any form is the result of a design process. But considering what he calls good design with its purpose to holding ornament existence, rather than to substitute for it, originality of the design comes to the front.

    Nonetheless the word design (de-sign) points out the semantic question.