As yogis, we have the tools to energize, balance and strengthen our nervous and glandular systems so that we can respond to life with consciousness—not react to life with anxiety, fear and worry. Practice of Kundalini Yoga creates an internal biochemistry of mental calm and clarity.
This issue of Yogic Living offers resources to alleviate excessive worry, incessant mental chatter, and persistent anxious thoughts. Meditate to tranquilize the mind, and open into a profound stillness.
“My request to you is, do not let your calmness go.”
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Meditation to Tranquilize the Mind
It is said that this meditation will tranquilize the mind within 3 minutes.
Meditation for a Calm Heart
This soothing breath practice (pranayama) relieves anxiety and promotes calmness and mental clarity.
Tattva Balance Beyond Stress and Duality
Clear the clutter of the mind's incessant chatter to reach a state of inner quietude where intuition flows.
Left Nostril Breathing
Practice when you are feeling overanxious and nervous. It will soothe you and bring you to a calm state.
Kriya to Withstand the Pressure of Time
This Kundalini Yoga kriya is designed to strengthen the nervous system so you can handle the pressure and stress of life calmly and creatively. It’s a lively workout and leaves you feeling relaxed and renewed.
The One Minute Breath
The One Minute Breath calms anxiety, fear and worry, and allows you to sense your own presence and the presence of spirit.
Meditation to Alleviate Your Stress
You can reclaim yourself, quiet the mind’s noise and open into a profound stillness.
Movement Relaxation Series
This is a very beautiful movement meditation kriya which will relax your whole body and mind.
Chattra Chakkra Varti
The mantra Chattra Chakkra Vartee removes fear, anxiety, depression, insecurity and phobias. It instills courage, fearlessness and brings victory. It gives self-command and self-grace.
Guru Mantra: Deep Meditation into Thoughtlessness
With this meditation the constant flow of the intellect stops and the mind becomes empty.
Long Deep Breathing
Long deep breathing relaxes and calms you due to its influence on the parasympathetic nervous system.
The Whistling Breath
Whistling relaxes all the tension and stress out of you. It relaxes inside and out. It creates a balance. Whistle every day for three minutes. It gives you relaxation.
Long Sat Nam's to Completely Neutralize Tension
This is a simple, elegant, and extremely relaxing Kundalini Yoga meditation. It completely neutralizes tension and puts you in the most relaxing situation you can possibly imagine.
From Our Bloggers
The Anxious Mind by Angela 'Stella' Schaefers
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Pink Opal Soothes the Heart by Kudrat Kaur
Vibrate the Cosmos by Taking Pauses, Slowing Down and Chanting by Catalyst Yogi
Calmness in the Chaos by Doug Wilson
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Space Fever: When the Mind Runs Wild by Catalyst Yogi
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