According to Ayurveda, fiery Pitta energy dominates in our environment in the summertime. This can lead to an unwanted accumulation of Pitta—with its hot and sharp qualities—in your body. If you have a Pitta-dominant constitution, you’ll want to be especially mindful of avoiding overheating in the summer.
You don’t need to give up your favorite poses in order to stay balanced. How you approach your practice is just as important as which asanas you choose. You’ll still want to adequately warm up your muscles and build some purifying internal heat, but you don’t want to overheat or have the heat linger too long in your body.
Meditation is part of our active contribution to the evolution of the world besides it make a difference in own life.. Even if the World is in destruct mode, we are active, engaged human beings in modern world.
In meditation, we awaken deeper aspect of our nature. I t has nothing to do with past, but is the mysterious, already present, maybe neglected or underdeveloped obscured, in our externally hectic life. It may have always existed before time, an “extra ordinary layer beyond” may be moved ,changed ,transformed , enlightened by this experience – when whatever we do, we do with awareness of this deeper nature rather than out of habit, motivated by external forces – do nothing for brief period of time, take yourself out of the way, open space for life to reveal true nature.