This kriya is a rigorous workout consisting of 18 exercises that work the entire body to remove blocks.
We process food, thoughts, and all forms of energy. When that flow is continuous and clear, we are steady and flexible. The trouble is that we accumulate more than we process. This set systematically moves the energy of the body and mind to keep you light and vitalized.
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.
Sometimes the most difficult thing is to shift gears—from anger or frustration to something more productive, moving the energy from one chakra to another. This kriya can help with our capacity to make the shift.
Apana is the eliminative energy. Too little or too much can create problems in accomplishing and bringing things to completion. This kriya is one of the Three Kriyas to Become a Man, originally taught in 1985. Although it was initially taught to men, it can be practiced by anyone of any gender.
When the thyroid and parathyroid secretions are stimulated to a certain level, the pranic energy flows more freely into the upper energy centers of the head.
The practice of this meditation as soon as reasonably possible after a sudden shock can help as an immediate response and can serve to reduce the chance of post traumatic stress in the months ahead.