When body is in order, mind is in order.
pronouciation: [Sin sin wo totonoeru]
In Japanese, body and mind have the same sound [sin].
We used to describe 身心 to mean sin-sin,
but nowadays describe 心身,
which means mind mounts body.
While mind, citta or vikalpa judge things and create agony,
mind tries to control and cease itself.
Of course this attempt always fails in vain.
The state where we surrender and are free from the attempt of mind,
we return to heart or hrdaya or mantra, a pure form of vibration.
Be aware mind dominants and mounts our body.
Let's return to the heart through body.