Experience your vastness. Look to your totality. Embody your coziness, calmness, and wisdom. You have all the strength you need in the palm of your hand.
This is a 15-minute pranayama to connect the subconscious and the intuition. It calls for a 2-stroke inhale through the open mouth, and a 1-stroke exhale through the nose.
This meditation is intended to improve your capacity to project your identity and reach excellence in life. It was originally said to conquer depression and discouragement, and to build tremendous strength in the nervous system.
This pranayama is intended to clean the respiratory system and increase lung capacity. Greater lung capacity optimizes the intake of oxygen, which helps clean the blood, and strengthens our immune response to infection.
Imagine that you are a great sage, sitting on top of a mountain. Build your courage and sincerity. Experience your positivity, your higher self, like an angel with wings flirting with the Divine. Enjoy yourself.
Humans are beginning to evolve a sensory system that allows them to live as intuitive, multi-faceted beings with great sensitivity, compassion, and caring for others.
If you choose to work with the Meditation to Act, Don’t React for 11 minutes a day, very soon you may find yourself a changed person.
This practice is said to cool the body, add moisture to the system, and in the wisdom of Ayurveda, soothe a pitta imbalance.
The mind is focused into the channel of the heart in meditations for the Heart Center. It is through the understanding that comes from the heart that the mind can realize the concept that Infinity is within us.
If sleep is a regular problem for you, try practicing this kriya for 90 days. It can help to eliminate disturbances in your sleep throughout the night, and give you more energy and alertness throughout the day. It can be done either before bed at night or in the morning.