“Breath of Ten is in the line of breath of fire, and it does give you a disease-free body and absolutely clear meditative mind and absolutely fantastic life and intuition.”
– Yogi Bhajan
During these uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to take care of our health and wellness. When it comes to Kundalini Yoga for beginners, there is a quick, 11-minute meditation practice you can harness. Using this technology can aid you in warding off illnesses and diseases while increasing your happiness and vitality. The meditation to become disease free can become a central part of your daily practice.
Known as the Breath of Ten Meditation, this practice has effective and powerful outcomes. When you begin your journey into the realms of Kundalini Yoga, you will learn techniques such as this one which will keep you balanced and healthy. Reaping the countless benefits of meditation will help you to keep positive, stay on track, and clear your cloudy mind.
Benefits of This Meditation
- Ward off disease and illness
- Increase powers of intuition
- Boost mindfulness
- Encourages happiness
- Support vitality
- Improve immune system
- Clear confusion and cloudiness
How to do This Meditation
Ready to try this meditation to become disease free? The Breath of Ten Meditation is straightforward when you know how. This is an essential part of Kundalini Yoga for beginners and will take time to learn. Here’s how you can get started.
Start by sitting in Easy Pose, or whatever position feels comfortable to you. Keep your spine as straight as you can.
Bend your elbows by your side so that your forearms are pointing forward and parallel, at the level of the heart.
Slowly and in sync move your hands in and out as though you’re about to clap but never touch hands. Instead, stop when your hands are around six inches apart and move out.
As you commit to this movement, concentrate on the energy you feel in the palms of your hands.
Your breathing should be synchronized with the movement of your hands. Start by inhaling through the nose for five strokes as you complete five hand clap motions. Next, exhale through the mouth for five strokes as you complete five hand clap motions. Carry on with this movement and breathing throughout the course of this meditation.
Continue for 11 minutes. Doing so will help you put all the chakras in rhythm. As you continue in your Kundalini Yoga journey, you may want to extend this meditation practice up to 16 and a half minutes. Consider what feels right for you at this point.
To complete the meditation, breath in and hold for 20 seconds while pressing the palms of your hand to your face as hard as you can. Exhale completely. Next, breathe in again and hold for 20 seconds while pressing the palms of your hands against your heart center. Exhale. Finally, breathe in one more time and hold for 20 seconds while pressing your palms of your hands against your navel point. Exhale and finish. Relax.