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!
Happiness comes from relaxation. When you realize you are part of the Infinite Universe, then you can relax and much of your tension will go.
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.
Imagine that you are a great sage, sitting on top of a mountain. Build your courage and sincerity. Experience your positivity, your higher self, like an angel with wings flirting with the Divine. Enjoy yourself.
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 is a very creative meditation that can be practiced by anyone of any gender. A 40-day practice of this kriya is said to give the power to break unwanted habits.
Tratakam is a Sanskrit word which means “to look” or “to gaze.” This meditation technique involves staring at a single point of focus. This is typically the flame of a candle, but other objects that may be used include a place on the wall, an object of worship, a deity, flower, mountain, or rising sun or moon.
This meditation creates a sense of meditative peace. Practice it and notice how your entire surroundings feel the vibratory effect.