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We all aim to lead our best and healthiest lives. However, the stresses of the modern world and the Aquarian Age make it challenging to thrive. As you move through your Kundalini Yoga journey, you will start to use the technology to support your long-term health goals.
Balancing your physical and mental health can be hard. If you have a busy work life, you may struggle to maintain this aspect of your lifestyle. Tapping into a Kundalini Yoga practice will help you supercharge your health while also becoming stronger.
Needless to say, when your physical and mental health are out of balance, you won’t feel like yourself. For that reason, it’s extremely important to take action. The following meditation session will help you take control over your wellness in a simple way.
Benefits of this Meditation
- Restores a sense of balance
- Supports your mental wellness
- Replenished the body
- Helps with your digestion
- Offers a sense of mindfulness
- Relieves stress and anxiety
- Boosts your immune system
How to do the Meditation
Looking for more mental and physical balance in your life? Should you feel as though things are out of sync, it is worth tapping into the wonders of Kundalini Yoga.
The following meditation is perfect for both beginners and those who have practiced for a long period. When you are ready to begin your session, find a quiet space and follow these steps:
Start this meditation practice by sitting in Easy Pose, or any position that feels comfortable to you. Your spine should be 100% straight while you meditate.
Bring your hands up to the Heart Center at chest level. Your forearms need to be parallel to the floor. Your fingers need to be wide apart with the thumbs of each hand touching.
Point your fingers forward and allow your thumbs to point toward your chest. Your fingers should be bent backward at the knuckles while the base of your fingers need to stay apart.
You should apply a high level of pressure at the finger pads. Maintain this hand position while you are practicing your meditation at all times.
Your eyes need to be focused on the tip of your nose.
Breathe in as deeply as possible through the nose. Next up, breathe out in eight strokes through the mouth. It may take you some time to get used to this breathwork.
You can practice this meditation for between three and 11 minutes. The choice is yours. When you first start engaging in meditation, you may choose to do it for a short period.
Once you are ready to bring the meditation to a close, take a deep breath, breathe out and then relax completely.
This meditation allows you to restore your mental and physical balance. No matter where you are in your journey, you may want to use this particular tool. Now that you have added it to your knowledge base, use it whenever you need a quick pick-me-up.