Kitchari is an easy, versatile, and healthy dish to make and a great way to give your body’s digestive tract a well-needed break. This is easy to make and really delicious!
We process food, thoughts, and all forms of energy. When that flow is continuous and clear, we are steady and flexible. The trouble is that we accumulate more than we process. This set systematically moves the energy of the body and mind to keep you light and vitalized.
This pranayama is intended to clean the respiratory system and increase lung capacity. Greater lung capacity optimizes the intake of oxygen, which helps clean the blood, and strengthens our immune response to infection.
This practice is said to cool the body, add moisture to the system, and in the wisdom of Ayurveda, soothe a pitta imbalance.
The Kriya for Balancing the Chakras strengthens the lungs and helps you to breathe deeply. It is said to keep you young and healthy.
This kriya promotes calmness and disease-resistance by improving elimination, strengthening the nervous system, improving endurance, and strengthening the heart.
This kriya helps you relax. When you are relaxed, you can access the neutral mind, and assess your situation without fear or other reactive emotions. It is cleansing and uplifting.
Apana is the eliminative energy. Too little or too much can create problems in accomplishing and bringing things to completion. This kriya is one of the Three Kriyas to Become a Man, originally taught in 1985. Although it was initially taught to men, it can be practiced by anyone of any gender.
When the lymph glands and lungs aren’t working properly, the body can become ill. This kriya encourages the health and cleansing of the lymphatic system.
If you want to gain control of your digestive system, practice Vatskar Dhouti Kriya once or twice a day for forty days.