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The modern world brings a great many challenges our way. Trying to cope with the fast-paced lifestyles we all lead can be difficult at the best of times. Whether you’re battling a hectic work environment or simply have too many commitments, things can be tough.
As you move through your Kundalini Yoga journey, you will discover that there’s a wealth of technology that can help you along the way. One such tool is a quick meditation to help you strengthen your nerves. You can use this practice to help bolster and protect yourself.
While your mind may be chaotic, this meditation helps you to restore the peace and adopt a healthier outlook. Regardless of what you have going on, you may want to tap into this.
Benefits of this Meditation
- Strengthens your nerves
- Helps restore a sense of calm
- Brings balance to the mind
- Allows you to cope with stress
- Lowers your risk of depression
- Helps people overcome anxiety
How to do this Meditation
Want to strengthen your nerves with a quick meditation? No matter where you are in your Kundalini Yoga journey, you should have no problem with this session. Simply find a space in which you can relax and unwind. When you are ready to begin, follow these steps:
Start by sitting in Easy Pose or any position that feels comfortable. Make sure that your back is as straight as possible. Apply a light Neck Lock.
For women engaging in this meditation, your right hand should adopt the Buddhi Mudra. That means that your thumb and little finger need to be touching. Rest your hand on your lap with the palm facing upwards.
With your right hand, adopt the Ravi Mudra. That means that the tip of your thumb touches your ring finger. Ensure that your nails don’t touch. Bring this hand up so it’s level with your ear and keep the palm facing forward throughout the meditation.
For men engaging in this meditation, you will need to reverse the hand position. That means that your right hand should have your thumb and ring finger touching at ear level. Your left hand should have the thumb and little finger touching.
While you are engaging in this meditation, your eyes should be 1/10th open at all times.
Practice deep breathing throughout this meditation. Your breathing should be long and deep while you are engaging in this meditation.
Continue with this meditation for between 11 and 31 minutes.
When you are ready to bring the meditation to a close, breathe in deeply while bringing your arms up above your head. Open your fingers wide and then shake them. Continue to shake your fingers and hands for several minutes before relaxing.
If you’re looking for a quick way to strengthen your nerves and calm your mind, using this meditation is the way to go. The truth of the matter is that we all go through hard times. However, you can utilize your yogic tools to overcome some of your worldly challenges.