Learn about how the simple technique of Left, Right, or Alternate Nostril breathing can be used to energize, calm yourself, or create a deep sense of well-being and harmony.
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.
This meditation is to help us keep up with our children, and to help us handle the more sensitive brain activity needed for the coming era.
There are times when we will be the rock for another, and times when we need the support of others to collectively carry the weight. That is why we build spiritual endurance through meditation and mantra.
This meditation is a practice for the Aquarian Age to help us act with integrity and clarity, so that we can remain human under the pressures of the times and the distractions of change, ego, and emotion.
This pranayama brings your focus back to the breath. It is said that practicing it every evening for 11 minutes can restore the prana you have consumed throughout the day, and move you from stress to rejuvenation.
The One Minute Breath is a powerful technique that has been used to calm anxiety, worry, and fear, and to develop intuition.
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.
This kriya is a physical and energetic set designed to strengthen the nervous system. It’s a lively workout to leave you relaxed and renewed. It works through a combination of active, repetitive movements and deep breath. It also works on two common problems in Western culture: locked pelvis and locked shoulders.