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 this meditation allows you to control the senses and thoughts, and to balance prana and apana so that your health is improved, the lung capacity is increased, and the nervous system has more vitality.
To face the challenge of tomorrow, we must live in the present moment and accept what that moment brings. This 3-part kriya recalibrates our responsiveness to what is, as it is.
In this self-blessing meditation you are asked to truly experience what it is to be a human being, and turn yourself toward a state of living consciously, humbly, servicefully, kindly, and compassionately. Your power to heal lies in your ability to forgive your own anger.
This kriya, when practiced regularly, promotes deep, relaxed sleep and helps the nerves to regenerate. The best time to practice is every night before bed, but it can be practiced any time of the day.
This kriya addresses issues specifically related to strengthening one’s capacity to endure. It builds stamina, courage and strength, physically, mentally and spiritually so that you can meet the challenges of the new Age with grace and vitality.
To gain strength for tolerance and humility, the navel center needs to be developed. This kriya works on the abdomen, stimulating the navel energy to rise to the higher centers and then integrating it with the whole aura.