Yes, Yoga and Music take out from the depression:
On a day-to-day basis have become paramount. yoga and music have long been known to be useful in calming frayed nerves, managing stress and infusing positivity. It’s a happy coincidence then that International Day of Yoga and World Music Day share the same date.
The biggest problem in our life is, you are trying to live here without having a grasp of the two basic vehicles without which you cannot go through this life — the physical body and the mind. Yoga has innumerable methods of working towards a still mind. When you get up in the morning and do your asanas, you have to stretch to do it, but fundamentally, it is an exploration of your body and your mind. If you move your fingers in a certain way, your mind will function accordingly.
close your eyes and try to forcefully remove something from your mind — negative emotions, morbid thoughts, anger, bitterness —you will never be successful. This is the most basic and the most important realization that everyone needs to know.
Some amount of physical preparation is needed because body and mind are not two separate things. What happens to your little finger happens to the brain. What happens to the brain happens to the little finger. It works both ways.
Music is a type of yoga; both have the power to heal:
Initially, I was intrigued about how music can do such wonders.
You can try this: If you listen to Raag Bhairav in the morning, you will find that it instantly fills you with a sense of serenity; a calmness that’s typical of morning hours.
I too have experienced this power of music. I didn’t get much recognition. Slowly, I slipped into depression. To take a break, I started listening to different genres of music.
It has slowly become a part of pop culture and this day is celebrated in more than 32 countries as one of the most important summer events.
Since then the idea has spread across the globe with each event holding to the same simple set of principles: that the day is held on the mid-summer solstice and that all concerts and events are free and accessible to the public. Typically this means that the music is brought out onto the streets, though venues are also encouraged to get in on the act!
Music Day is a connected set of free public events which takes place each year on the 21st of June, our midsummer. Each year there are events in over 120 countries and 700 cities around the world, not including France where there were too many events to count.