A 10 YO receives Global Child Prodigy Award for his exceptional skills in Yoga and cures himself of ADHD.
A few of us think Yoga is only an exercise, all things considered, Yoga is much more than that, it helps us to discover a sense of oneness within ourselves. The word Yoga itself means “Union”, which means it blends our soul with our mind. Yoga is the oldest and purest form of Practice, which existed almost 5000 years back in India. Some of the advantages of Yoga can be flexibility, muscle strength, increase blood flow, and boost immunity, attain peace, calmness, heal ailments and so on.
Confronted Endless Impediments Yet He was Victorious
As the saying goes “It always seems impossible until it’s done” by Nelson Mandela. Ishwar Sharma, a 10-year-old boy originally from Mysore, has excelled in his skills in Yoga. He struggled with ADHD (Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder) from birth. He was never able to control himself or sit straight. ADHD is one of the most widely recognized neurodevelopment issues. It is generally first analyzed in childhood and frequently keeps going into adulthood. Youngsters with ADHD may experience difficulty focusing, controlling imprudent practices as they may act without contemplating what the outcome will be, or excessively hyper. A few of the symptoms of ADHD are daydreaming, talk too much, have difficulty getting along with others, fidget, and also have a hard time resisting temptation. For a child diagnosed with ADHD and to adapt Yoga at that small age and to master it to the next level is something unique and admirable. Though he struggled a lot, he did not give up yet continued to excel in his skills. Yoga healed Ishwar’s disorder and made him calmer; he found inner peace within his soul and mind. He always tries learning new postures to expert in the art of Yoga. Aside from Yoga, he likewise can recite many 'shlokas' from the 'Vedas' and 'Bhagavad Gita.'
Global Child Prodigy Award
This is the world’s first and only award ceremony solely dedicated to recognizing unique and talented children. Ishwar Sharma was awarded in the year 2020. He was likewise recorded under the Top 100 Prodigies List of 2020.
He also got many awards, starting at the age of 4, he has participated in more than 100 events both national and international. As far as he might be concerned, his excursion resembles an opposition, not with others, but rather with himself.
He won the UK National Yoga Championship at the age of 8. He was also entitled as the ‘British Indian of the year’ on 16 July 2018 for his accomplishment in the field of Yoga. Ishwar is going to represent Great Britain in the World Yoga Championship, which will be held in Edmonton, Canada, he will be competing with participants across 55 Countries.
While speaking to BBC, Ishwar spoke about the event “I am honoured to have been selected for these Global Child Prodigy Awards from 15,000 applicants from 45 countries. For which I strongly believe that Yoga is very important for physical and mental health,” says Ishwar.
Aspires to Promote a Yogic Lifestyle
Ishwar Sharma expects to advance a yogic way of life which will support yogic practices and strategies to improve emotional well-being among individuals. In end, he has inspired millions of people to adopt Yoga.
International Yoga Day
It is celebrated on 21st June, since 2015. The date was recommended by our present Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, in one of his UN gatherings. He recommended this date as it is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. The first International Day of Yoga made the record for the biggest yoga class and for the biggest identities to rehearse Yoga simultaneously.
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