This easy exercise series helps to release nervous tension. Deep relaxation is a must for physical and mental health.
This meditation refines the sattvic guna of your mind. Sattvic means pure, true, and balanced, and it represents contentment, joy, peace, and harmony.
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 meditation is said to bring the realm of thoughtlessness quickly. It brings the awareness that redemption is not necessary; we are already redeemed. When we experience inner calm, it leads to the experience of the entire universe, and nature serves us in harmony.
Get clear and use the power of the breath of life as a prayer for self-elevation.
This kriya expands and purifies the lungs. The greater the lung capacity, the greater the intake of oxygen, which cleans the blood, strengthens immunity, and allows for greater disease resistance.
In this kriya, you breathe exclusively through the left nostril, which calms the nervous system, supports the heart, and begins to move you from a mindset of reactivity to positivity.
In this meditation, the breath, the prana, is controlled by the rhythmic eight strokes and is projected out as sound. It expands your energy, projects your aura, and gives you your excellence. It is said that this meditation gives one the ability to rise above time and space.
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 is a Laya Yoga meditation. Laya Yoga is the science of relating breath, rhythm and mantra to produce altered states of consciousness. Each japa (repetition of mantra) creates tapa (psychic heat). When you rotate the breath and volume of sound properly. it creates heat that burns off karma.