This meditation is intended to improve your capacity to project your identity and reach excellence in life. It was originally said to conquer depression and discouragement, and to build tremendous strength in the nervous system.
This kriya helps to bring you to neutrality and is said to prevent depression. It works on the nervous system, negative thinking, emotional moods, and metabolism.
Practicing this meditation affirms our purity, grace, and mastery, and thereby our worthiness to receive. This is an affirmation to hold in consciousness as a guideline for our lives.
The meditation brings relaxation, strength, and mental clarity. The mantra works to dissolve anger, negativity, and to position ourselves for victory and the right to excel.
This meditation expands the aura using a mantra to activate the power of the Heart Center. This enables the compassion of the Universe to uplift you and creates a Divine Shield to accompany and protect you through the ups and downs of life.
This meditation uses a type of breathing called “sunbreath” to stimulate and adjust the sympathetic nervous system and the right brain hemisphere, which stores many of the negative emotions that lead us to depression and to a lower-functioning immune system.
Long deep breathing is one of the most important foundational tools within the technology of Kundalini Yoga. This seemingly simple exercise promotes benefits across the physical, mental, and spiritual planes. Long deep breathing is often the first exercise taught to new students of Kundalini Yoga since it is such a fundamental component of yogic science.
This meditation will alter your energy by changing your nostril breathing. You can’t get out of your body, but you can change its energy.
“Cold Depression is when the external demand is greater than the internal capacity to deliver and we have spent our reserves. We are depressed but we are so numb and insensitive to our own self, we do not feel it. The depression is therefore “cold.” This leads us to inner anger and isolation from our soul.” – Dr. Shanti Shanti Kaur