The Kriya for Balancing the Chakras strengthens the lungs and helps you to breathe deeply. It is said to keep you young and healthy.
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 is based on Jaap Sahib, a prayer by Guru Gobind Singh, who was the 10th Sikh Guru. It brings sensitivity, creativity, and intuition, and has the capacity to take you beyond the pains of life.
Once you see 108 Frog Poses, your ego might want to pass on this kriya. Challenge yourself but don’t overdue it to the extent that you can’t walk the next day! This one will make you sweat.
In conjunction with Breath of Fire, Stretch Pose is calming, rejuvenating, and it purifies the blood. By working on the third chakra, it boosts resolve and self-esteem.
To avoid persistent colds and illness, it is essential to keep digestion and elimination functioning well. Add to this a strong metabolic balance and you will have heartiness. This kriya develops these capacities. It gives physical strength and builds disease resistance.
To reach the subtle realm of ether where we are by nature boundless, we must first set a firm foundation on the Earth. Practicing this kriya is a means of setting that foundation. Then the meditation launches you into the realms of Infinity.
Kundalini kriyas for the heart work on both the physical heart and the heart center. Try this 7-part kriya and strengthen and open your heart.