We have already celebrated The International Yoga Day on 21.06.15 and one may look upon this to get amazed how resume is doing wonders like yoga in our life.

You ever thought how yoga would help out in searching the job. As regular yoga practice benefits children & teens on the other hand how a professional resume does same for job seekers. It is amusing but it is the reality.

“Yoga is the settling of the mind into silence. When the mind has settled, we are established in our essential nature, which is unbounded Consciousness. Our essential nature is usually overshadowed by the activity of the mind.”- Patanjali

8 asana we all can do and get rid of all anxiety which is caused by prescription of medicines:

Padmasana: Calms the mind, improving concentration and the same is required while drafting the content for the resume.
Sukhasana: Asana practice improves postures, endurance, strength and flexibility; resume improves chances of selection, pay and growth.
Tadasana: Balance the endocrine system while a professional resume balances your corporate & personal image
Vajrasana: Teens and Kids develop healthy sleep patterns with the practice and job seekers gets desired job with the help of a Resume.
Vrksasana:Children grow with the correct balance of joint stability and mobility and professionals grow with balance of better scope and salary by a right resume.

Trikonasana: Builds awareness of self and wider world similarly Resume also presents you the corporate world.
Savasana: Reduce risk of injury in sports and games. A perfectly built resume reduces the hardships to find a job.
Bhujangasana: Visualization & breath work reduce anxiety and so does updating your resume.
Your personal life, your professional life, and your creative life are all intertwined. So, if you are healthy then you will excel in all fields.

Moreover, Yoga means union – the union of body with consciousness and consciousness with the soul. Similarly, Resume means union – the union of apt content with professional layout, format with key words.

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