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.
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.
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.
This meditation focuses on the glandular system, the guardian of health. While it is not a replacement for other forms of medicine and care, it can open the natural healing capacity of your body and help the system to fight disease.
Made from a blend of clove, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger root and black pepper, this strongly spiced tea is the perfect morning pick-me-up or post-kriya treat. Drink a cup a day for health and well-being.
Disease develops when the body gets less oxygen, eliminates less waste, and the brain, organs, and glands decrease their functioning. This kriya helps to prevent that breakdown, and maintains your vital capacity as you age.
To stimulate good digestion and improve concentration, the Navel Point must be stimulated and the energy distributed through the two main naadis that pass on either side of the Navel Point. All the facets of this kriya do this.
This self-care breath increases inner energy and strength, boosts the immune system, and cleanses the body.
This kriya is said to stimulate your immune system and your heart muscle.