VBlog: Kundalini Meditation

Kundalini Yoga Meditation

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Just as all systems of yoga designed to strengthen the kundalini energy, all kinds of meditation are pushing this latent force in us. However, some methods of raising the kundalini quickly, efficiently and easier to others.

The method presented here is kundalini yoga meditation. It is quite simple, but effective and does not require a huge investment of time and effort. For him 35-45 minutes is enough, but the result exceeds all expectations! Meditation I Kundalini Yoga as well as possible helps to clean energy system from the blocks and stagnation. The mind is easily cleaned, and you feel more energy than before.

Kundalini Yoga Meditation

Position yourself comfortably with your legs crossed. Lotus position would be ideal, but it is associated with certain difficulties, however, any suitable position with legs crossed, most importantly, that the back was straight. Place hands on knees, close your eyes. The mouth is also closed, the tip of the tongue touches the upper palate.

Within a few minutes breathing evenly and shallowly through the nose. It helps to get rid of unnecessary stress in the muscles and allows the mind to clear.

Then shift your attention to the first chakra, muladhara, located at the base of the spine between the anus and genitals. Focus your attention on it for 3-5 minutes, breathing deeply and evenly. Feel your breath runs right through this energy center.

Bring attention to the second chakra, svadhisthanu located in the lower spine in the genital area. Focus on it for 3-5 minutes, breathing deeply and evenly. Imagine that the energy of your breath runs right through the second chakra.

Next, concentrate attention on the third chakra, Manipura, located in the solar plexus. Focus your attention on it for 3-5 minutes, breathing deeply and evenly. Let the energy of your breath will pass through the energy center of the solar plexus.

Bring attention to the fourth chakra, anahata, located in the center of the chest. Focus your attention on it for 3-5 minutes, breathing deeply and evenly. Direct the energy of breathing directly through this chakra.

Next, focus on the fifth chakra, Vishuddha, located in the throat. Concentrate on it for 3-5 minutes, breathing deeply, slowly and steadily. Make sure that the energy of breath passes through the entire area of the throat.

With the throat shift your attention to the sixth chakra, Ajna, third eye. It is located just above the bridge of the nose between the eyebrows. Focus on it for 3-5 minutes, breathing deeply, slowly and steadily. When the breath send the energy right through the third eye point.

And finally, focus on the seventh, crown chakra, Sahasrara. Hold your attention on it for 3-5 minutes, breathing slowly, deeply and evenly. Let the breath energy flowing through the crown chakra.

From the parietal chakra transfer attention to a point twenty inches above the crown. Imagine that it is governed by a halo of light. Concentrate on it for about three minutes, breathing deeply and evenly. If you miss the energy of the breath through this point.

From this point of transfer his attention above, up to the heavens, and imagine that you have located the right of the sun, and the left – the moon. Within three minutes, concentrate on celestial bodies, breathe slowly and deeply.

Now turn your attention back to the third eye. Relax and focus on this energy center, breathe slowly and deeply. Keep the concentration for 10 minutes or more, if desired.

At the end take a few full, deep breaths through your nose, exhale through the mouth.

Then vigorously rub your hands together, then rub their face.

Gently open your eyes and sit quietly for 1-2 minutes, and then can return to business as usual.

This meditation opens up one by one all the chakras and energy system filled with plenty of energy breathing, prana. The key to this meditation is the breath and, of course, concentration. Try as much as possible to concentrate on each of the energy centers, breathe slowly and deeply. Breathing plays the role of fuel, providing the conditions necessary for the activation of the kundalini energy.

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