This is a simple but powerful meditation that is said to help coordinate the brain hemispheres, giving you powerful insight. It is an excellent tool to turn to when you do not know what to do.
This meditation brings mental balance. Through this practice, the mind awakens to the infinite capacity of the soul for sacrifice, service, and creation. It is said that a person who meditates on this sound current for 2.5 hours a day for a year, will know the unknowable and see the unseeable.
This kriya is great for developing the ability to do what you intend to do, and for guiding projects to completion. It develops willpower.
Breath of Fire is a signature breath technique in Kundalini Yoga. It can be practiced on its own for anywhere from 3-31 minutes, depending on the needs and composition of the practitioner.
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 kriya uses mudra to bring the brain into balance, balancing the glandular secretions throughout both hemispheres of the brain and throughout the body.