Balancing Your Chakra To Feel Younger

Have you ever practiced Tibetan Yoga? If your answer is no, now is the time to try it! The method and poses described in the article below bring forward anti-aging properties that also balance your chakra. Staying active will help you feel younger longer, and one way to stay active is through yoga. It doesn’t require a lot of athleticism and can be practiced almost anywhere. Try Tibetan yoga after reading the article below.

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Sunday, 22 January 2017
Delna Anand tells you all you need to know about Tibetan Yoga – a few simple rites that is the best anti-ageing tool you can have

Fountain of youth – just a myth or achievable to mortal beings like us? American author Mark Twain had famously stated, “Life would be infinitely happier if we could only be born at the age of 80 and gradually approach 18.” Termed “loathsome” by Greek poet Homer and “hideous winter” by William Shakespeare, old age has never been looked forward to – not because of vanity but the slowing down of bodily functions.
Millions have searched for the fountain of youth, and there are a mere few who’ve scratched the surface to uncovering it. Of all theories, it’s the Tibetan lamas who have seen results. According to them, the only difference between youth and old age is quite simply the spin rate of the chakras or vortexes (the body’s seven major energy centres).

WHAT ARE CHAKRAS
Chakras are centres within our body’s physical, and etheric energy fields. They are the gateways through which Life Force or Prana or Chi flows in and out of our being. These vital energy centres are sensitive to the intensity of energy, and are likely to get blocked with heavy physical, emotional, mental or spiritual imbalances. And this slows the natural flow of the chakra. Depending on where the energy gets locked, we feel constricted in that corresponding area of our life. Chakra balancing is the perfect way to make sure your bodies energy system is running optimally!
The law of vibration and body frequencies state that as we grow older, the spin rate of the chakra naturally diminishes, resulting in decline of health. The lamas have discovered a way to restore the spin rate of the chakras. And they leave behind for us this divine gift which they call the Five Tibetan Rites. When performed daily, they are known to balance the spin rate thus preserving the precious gift of youthfulness.

HOW TO PERFORM THE TIBETAN RITES:
Start with doing each rite five times and gradually build up to 21. If you miss a few days, go back down a few repetitions. The best time to do this is in the morning. Avoid doing the rite during the monthly cycle and in the evenings.

First Tibetan – Rite #1
Stand upright with arms outstretched horizontal to the floor, keep your eyes open, palms facing down and arms in line with your shoulders. Feet spread at shoulder width. Spin around clockwise, starting with a small number gradually increasing it up to a maximum of 21 spins.
To end, place right foot slightly bent, placing right palm on left with arms stretched in front. Gaze intensely at centre of right palm to restore balance.

Below are the steps:

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First Tibetan – Rite #2
Lie flat on the floor, face up, keeping feet together and face palms flat on floor beside your hips. Breathe in and lift your head off the floor tucking your chin into your chest while raising legs together till you can see your feet. Do not let the knees bend. Do this while breathing out from the mouth. Then slowly lower the legs and head to the floor, always keeping the knees straight. Allow the muscles to relax, and repeat upto a maximum of 21 times. Make sure that you have the same number of repetitions for all Rites.

Below are the steps:

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First Tibetan – Rite #3
Kneel on the floor with the body erect. The hands should be placed on the backs of your buttocks and lean backwards as far as possible while inhaling through the nose. Incline the head and neck forward, tucking your chin in against your chest. Blow out through mouth on upper chest. Your toes should be curled under through this exercise.

Below are the steps:

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First Tibetan – Rite #4
Sit down on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you, palms under your shoulders against the body. With the trunk of the body erect, breathe in and raise your body. Slowly swing back to starting position without thumping yourself to the ground.
Below are the steps:

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First Tibetan – Rite #5
Get on all fours. Pull buttocks back. Now breathe in and lower the body pushing head back as far as possible. Then, bending at the hips, bring the body up into an inverted “V” position. At the same time, bring the chin forward, tucking it against the chest. Repeat the same number of times as the other rites.

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