This kriya helps us assess how well we coordinate our actions and our words, and begin to bring them into harmony. If they are out of alignment, there will be a duality in personality that we experience as conflict.
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.
Sometimes when we intend to do something, our ego gets the best of us and we are unable to see it through. This meditation is a tool to strengthen the clarity and positivity of our will so that the highest good of our intentions is not waylaid by circumstance. It takes away the ‘couldn’t’ and gives us our excellence.
The word perseverance is used to refer to the quality of someone who doesn’t give up no matter what. When you keep up despite discouragement, setbacks, blocks, or negativity around you, you have perseverance. This meditation is known to develop that quality of perseverance. In yogic terms, it is the idea to keep up no matter what.
This kriya helps us develop and crystallize our understanding of our Self, our mind, our body, and our soul.
If we can clarify our understanding of ourselves, we express truth with our actions and commitments. Get clear about who you, are so you can be that person to the world.
This kriya is a physical and energetic set designed to strengthen the nervous system. It’s a lively workout to leave you relaxed and renewed. It works through a combination of active, repetitive movements and deep breath. It also works on two common problems in Western culture: locked pelvis and locked shoulders.
This kriya is great for developing the ability to do what you intend to do, and for guiding projects to completion. It develops willpower.
This meditation helps you stay aligned with your intentions and purpose. It can assist you in meeting challenges with steadiness and strength.