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Kundalini Yoga kriya stimulates the kidneys, balances the lower three chakras,
strengthens the navel point, opens the pelvic area, creates a
flow of energy between the spine and first three chakras and creates
a relationship between the navel center and the heart. As you
perfect this kriya you will cultivate a sense of stability because
this set promotes a stable base in the lower triangle (lower three
to do it:
1) Sit, extending arms and legs straight out in front.
Tightly fold fingers onto the pads and point the thumbs up.
Inhale, exhale and bend forward from the hips, keeping arms
parallel to the floor, with heavy powerful breath, becoming
heavier as you continue. 2 bends every 5 seconds for 5-6 minutes.
On back, bend knees and grasp ankles, pressing the navel up
as you inhale, and exhale back down. Feet, neck and arms remain
on the ground. This exercise works on the neck, kidneys, urinary
tract, and is helpful for hernia. The heavy breath stimulates
the pituitary gland.
(A) On hands and knees, arms and legs straight and about
shoulder and hip width apart, begin Cat/Cow with heavy breath,
inhaling as the spine flexes down and head arches up, and
exhaling as the spine curves up. For 2 minutes.
Remain in Cow Pose and stretch the left leg back and holding
for 30 seconds. Then switch to the right leg for 30 seconds.
Changing legs again, kick the left buttock with the left
heel for 1 minute. Reverse legs and repeat.
exercise works on the kidneys.
Lie on back, wrapping arms around legs and hugging knees to
chest. Tuck nose up between knees and hold it, relaxing in
this position for 1-2 minutes. Remain in Nose to Knee Pose,
singing or breathing long and deep, for 7-9 minutes.
(Songs suggested are "Nobility" and "All Things
Come from God").
In Crow Pose, crouch with knees drawn into chest, soles of
feet flat on floor, and stretch arms straight out in front,
parallel to the ground, balancing there for 1 minute. Then
begin continuously chanting
with the tip of the tongue hitting the upper palate with
each repetition. Feel the connection between the tip of the
tongue and the navel, and chant for 2-3 minutes.
inhale deeply, tighten the lips and mouth, and balance the entire
body with the breath, holding the breath for 20 seconds, feeling
that you are in complete control. Then exhale, inhale, and tighten
again, balancing the body under your control for 30 seconds, and
exhale and relax.
exercise stimulates the kidneys and urinary tract. If you feel
dizzy during the exercise, it indicates that you need to drink
Sit in Easy Pose, with both hands in Guyan
Mudra. Hold left forearm parallel to the ground in front
of the chest, palm facing down. The right forearm is near
the side, perpendicular to the ground, the right palm bent
back beside the ear and facing the ceiling, stretching back
at the wrist as far as possible.
the spine up, pulling on the muscles of the buttocks, hips
and sides, lifting the upper structure until there is no
weight on the buttocks. Pull in the abdomen and lift ribs
and diaphragm up, chest out, chin in. Hold for 30 seconds
and then release tension.
and continue for 5 minutes, then relax.
the strong upward pull, with the tip of the tongue chant:
the waist area drawn up. The eyes will feel heavy and the breath
will become very light. Accuracy of the mudra is essential. Continue
for 5 minutes and then relax.
Guru Wahe Guru Wahe Guru
is called KUNCHAN MUDRA. It is very powerful and purifying, enabling
total relaxation of the body. When the posture is very accurate,
it is equal to exercising 48 hours straight! There is no limit
to the length of time you can practice this mudra, but make sure
you build the time slowly.
This sample is just one of over 1OO sets and meditations
contained in 200 information-packed pages.