Kundalini yoga’s unique posture and frequent use is an extension. Although it can be challenging, if done well, it can have a huge impact on the whole body. Stretching activates the third chakra. Work through your belly button, stretching the entire nervous system and strengthening the abdominal area. Combined with the flame, it can calm, revitalize, and purify the blood. Through a third round of work, you increase your determination and self-esteem.
Lie on your back.
Lift your head, heel up six inches.
Focus on your toes, stretch your toes and keep them away from you.
In many cases, this position lasts one to three minutes. Most people can develop muscles in the first 30 seconds or so, and then the body begins to move, and the face can twist and collapse. Beginners should not expect to be full-time.
Here are some tips to master posture without too much effort. First, understand that even though the position requires some physical energy, it’s not physical, so you can’t leave. This is the belly button and the breath, let you through. With the right technology, you will travel less, not more.
Back and legs.
To create greater stability in your posture, press your lower back to the floor, then lift your legs and apply a slight root lock. This action draws the center of the navel and keeps the waist in contact with the ground. It also focuses on the center of the navel, providing the necessary foundation for posture. Keep your toes pointing and feeling from the center of your abdomen to your feet.
Chest and head
To lift the chest and head, first extend the back of the neck, pull the chest and head off the ground, and then pull down to the neck for locking. This causes the heart to leave the floor and form a reflex extension from the center of the abdominal button to the top of the head. If your head is too far away, you can put pressure on your heart to make it harder for your waist to lean against the floor. Carefully lengthening your neck will help counter this trend. Your upper body extends to your head and your lower body to your feet. The center of your navel becomes your balance or fulcrum.
You don’t need to breathe too fast. You should keep a steady pace throughout the exercise. You may have noticed that faster breathing does not make time faster. Keep breathing 2-3 breaths per second and mentally recite the Sat Nam mantra. How time flies if you can concentrate on breathing and talking and relax the muscles you don’t need!
As your posture becomes more proficient, look at different parts of your body and find muscles that you don’t need to hold and relax. For example, the muscles on your face won’t lift up your legs, so try to relax. Give it a try. The energy released by the face can be used to maintain the actual muscles needed to maintain position. Like all postures, you should relax and concentrate.
For starters, it’s almost impossible to stretch for three minutes. Here are some simple tips for gaining confidence:
Place your hands under your hips to support your waist and make your legs feel easier.
Lift one leg at a time and switch within a minute. Or bend your knees a little.
You can start alternating 10 seconds of stretching and 10 seconds of rest. Spend time slowly and rest for 1-3 minutes. When you feel stronger, increase retention and reduce rest time.
Put your body in one place and try these tips until you have identified the necessary physical and mental strength. Soon, you’ll be able to stretch for three minutes.
The benefits of stretching.
Adjust and strengthen your belly button, your power center.
Tune in to your nervous and digestive system.
Do not practice stretching in the following situations, as this will add additional stress to the female reproductive organs:
120 days after conception.
If there are any pregnancy complications.
During the first days of a woman’s moon cycle.