Especially in the Age of Aquarius, we need to be balanced in body, mind, and spirit so that we have the capacity to uplift others. Become self-sufficient and elevate yourself. Share that uplifted consciousness with others.
This pranayam 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.
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.
If sleep is a regular problem for you, try practicing this kriya for 90 days. It can help to eliminate disturbances in your sleep throughout the night, and give you more energy and alertness throughout the day. It can be done either before bed at night or in the morning.
This kriya helps you relax. When you are relaxed, you can access the neutral mind, and assess your situation without fear or other reactive emotions. It is cleansing and uplifting.
This chant is an ashtang (8-beat) mantra, said to balance prana and apana to energize the central channel of the spine, known as the sushumna. This practice increases the healing power in the hands, and is thought to open us up to that flow of grace.
This kriya is said to clear your communication so another person will be more able to hear what you say when you speak. It uses the mantra “Sat Nam,” the eternal sound. Chanting this mantra is said to give you Heaven and Earth in balance.
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.