This kriya is a brain doctor. It patches the two hemispheres together so you can both sense and project who you really are.
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.
It is said that when the pituitary gland is balanced through yoga and meditation, the body comes into harmony with the soul.
Intuition gives us the ability to know something directly without analytic reasoning. It bridges the gap between the conscious and unconscious parts of our mind, and also between instinct and reason.
It was initially said that anyone who does this exercise for 11 minutes every day will develop such a powerful intuition that it will clearly warn you of danger. It will also give you self-control when you are angry.
This is a 15-minute pranayama to connect the subconscious and the intuition. It calls for a 2-stroke inhale through the open mouth, and a 1-stroke exhale through the nose.
This exercise is an opportunity to learn to confront your pain, your calamity, and overcome it. Give power to yourself through this practice.
This practice harnesses the power of japa, or mantra repetition, to confirm and reaffirm your Self through your own sound current, your own voice.
This meditation strengthens your ability to hear the voice of your inner wisdom, so that you can learn to rely on your own guidance rather than seeking answers outside.
Develop trust in yourself and in the Universe to cover you. Trust and be guided by your inner wisdom. You are taken care of. Learn to let worry, fear, anxiety and hassling drop away.