Here’s A Powerful Way To Awaken Your Chakras And Improve The Flow Of Vitality Through Out Your Entire Being…
The chakras are the most important meridian points of shakti within your subtle body, transmitting the vital life force of prana shakti to power the body, as well as the mental energy of manas shakti to power the mind.
A third energy, kundalini shakti, only flows when there is perfect health and balance between the two polarities of vital and mental energies.
It can therefore be understood that there are three major forces in the human body, the vital force, mental force and spiritual force. These are represented by the three nadis. Pingala nadi curves along the right side of the spinal column and is the conduit of the solar vital power of the body. Ida nadi curves along the left side of the spinal column and is the conduit for the lunar mental power of the mind, and in the center of the spinal column is where the conduit of the spiritual power of kundalini shakti flows through sushumna nadi.
These three nadis also correspond to the three gunas: The solar vital nadi, pingala, is rajas, or dynamic energy. The lunar mental nadi, ida, is tamas, or static energy. Sushumna nadi is sattwa guna, the place of sustainable balance beyond all polarities and dualities.
Chakra means wheel in Sanskrit, which implies a sort of vortex of subtle energies. The chakras are the junctions where these three shaktis merge in the subtle body. They are both the organs of the energy body, the various levels of the mind, as well as the stations in the evolution of consciousness.
Each chakra plays a vital role in the distribution of vital and mental energy.
In yoga we work with the solar nadi of pingala, because if we increase our energy-levels the mind will often balance it self naturally, however if we increase our mental power without having the vital power to sustain it, it can lead to complications.
This is why in yoga we always begin every asana and pranayama on the right side of the body, which is the side that corresponds to the vital solar power of prana shakti.
Our practices therefore focus predominantly on improving and increasing the flow of prana shakti.
The root chakra, muladhara, is the source of prana shakti; the solar plexus chakra, manipura, is the reservoir of prana where our vitality is stored; and ajna chakra is the distributor of prana.
In this session you will learn to develop a firm knowledge of the locations of each chakra, as well as the yogic and tantric techniques for improving the flow of prana shakti through the central organs of your energy body.
This session builds upon what was developed in the previous session on perceiving prana shakti. With the awakening of the chakras, your bioenergy can now flow stronger and more fluidly, improving your physical and mental health, and leading to the awakening of your dormant spiritual power.
Info: 1 complete yoga nidra session with workbook.
Duration: 40 minutes
Type: Mp3 and PDF
Delivery: Immediate Download