This is a great communication technique that you can use anytime, anywhere. You can use it when you need to communicate something that is bothering you, you’re in a difficult meeting, you have to make an important presentation, you need to listen but just want to talk, or in any similar setting.
Companionship comes from genuine communication, not from trying control a situation or the other person. When we try to control we may feel a temporary “win,” but at the expense of losing connection with Self. This kriya helps to develop real communication and a sense of companionship.
This kriya is a walking meditation. The simple, age-old method is designed to create a rhythm and a frequency between partners. It is especially beneficial when a couple is expecting, as it increases one’s sensitivity and nurtures the soul of the child.
This set systematically moves the energy of the body and mind to keep you light and vitalized.
This kriya patches the two brain hemispheres together so you can both sense and project who you really are.
This set gives you a quick lift in energy, increased clarity, and a sense of balance. If you do the minimum times for each exercise, it only takes 22-25 minutes to completely reset yourself. It is an excellent set for beginners. You learn the relationship to the breath and you observe the differences in emotion and thinking that each type of breathing creates.
Do this meditation when you are angry or want to do something ‘bad.’ This meditation is best suited to children over 12 years old.
This meditation exercises the memory and is best suited for children over 12 years old.
Sitkari breath is used for cleansing and boosting glandular function.
Lion’s breath is a powerful breath that cleanses out toxins and stimulates the throat chakra and thyroid.