Introduction to Kundalini Yoga and Meditation
The importance of yoga for helping people living a balanced, spiritually-healed, peaceful, and healthy life is beyond measurement and definition. With the incorporation of various forms and poses, mind-body interventions like Yoga and meditation has become the core essence of modern life. Among hundreds of yoga poses and postures, we are here to discuss a divine form of yoga, called Kundalini or Laya Yoga.
Introduction to Kundalini Yoga
Kundalini Yoga is one of the most famous and well-accepted forms of Meditation. It is a heavenly way of mingling religious and physical practices and experiencing infinity within finite. Kundalini Yoga integrates movement, energetic breathing practices, rumination, and the hymning of mantras and helps practitioners to build physical vivacity and boost perception.
Kundalini Yoga is an impressive and dynamic blend of physical poses, meditation, deep breathing, movement, stretching, mantra chanting, and relaxation, the fusion of which contributes to the activation of body’s glandular organism, reinforces the nervous system, enlarges the lung capability of the body, and distils the bloodstream.
Regular practising of Kundalini Yoga not only brings a proper equilibrium to mind, body, and soul but also make the life more peaceful relaxing. Irrespective of age, occupation, fitness, and experience, this particular yoga form helps people from all walks of life to live a balanced, spiritual, healthy, and cognisant lifestyle.
How to Do Kundalini Yoga & Meditation?
Kundalini yoga is believed to be the most powerful and spiritually-inclined yogic disciplines which helps to generate results much faster than other yoga and meditation poses and forms. If you are a beginner for Kundalini Yoga, here is a quick guide to practice this traditional Meditation at home:
Turn Your Energy On
Kundalini Meditation starts with a practice called “Tuning In”, a method which tones the energy, so it becomes contributing to a contemplative state and confers a feeling of womb-like protection in which to carry out your practice.
Start With Breathing
Breathing exercise keeps the body energetic and calms down the tired or frustrated mind. Keep inhaling and exhaling a deep breath 2-3 times a day and you will feel energetic, revived, and ready-to-go.
Opt For Proper Alignment and Asana
Kundalini Yoga is all about right postures and asana and any type of wrongdoing with the positions can cause several adverse effects like a panic attack, anxiety disorder, chronic fatigue, etc. As asana or poses are the most pivotal part of the practice of this discipline, make sure to do them all properly. Poses like spinal rotation, swirling motion, neck rolls, spinal flex, sitting on heels, thrusting chest out, and collapsing into slouching position are needed to be implemented properly for right results.
Benefits of Kundalini Yoga
Kundalini Yoga, apart from the well-known benefits of yoga including expanded lung capacity, increased flexibility, a strengthened core, and stress alleviation, also provides a number of more benefits and some of them are:
- Inner guidance.
- Sacred sound.
- Protection from negativity.
- Supports emotional balancing.
- Promotes neutral mind.
- Gives deep relaxation.
- Manifest destiny.
- Befriend the soul.
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