Such as ray yoga, shakti yoga, kriya yoga and naad yoga (development of nadis or rivers of energy within the body) described as an intangible energy represented symbolically and allegorically by a snake or a dragon, which sleeps coiled in the muladhara (the first of the seven chakras or energy circles, located in the perineum area). It is said that upon awakening this snake, the yogi controls life and death.
The kundalini is considered as the primordial energy or shakti that comes to be fully developed by meeting in the atma (soul) with the Brahman. Several doctrines use this concept of kundalini: yoga, tantra, Buddhism, Taoism and
Sikhism. The worldwide dissemination of this discipline in the 20th century was mainly due to the work of the master Yogi Bhajan.
Practicing Kundalini yoga will allow you to have more flexibility in the spine because this discipline uses spinal turns and bow positions. You can also improve your lung capacity through the practice of different breathing techniques that will allow you to reduce or lengthen the speed with which you inhale or exhale oxygen. As an additional benefit, you work with the muscles of your abs, especially when practicing leg-lifting postures.
It can reduce stress and also improve your memory, since in addition to traditional exercises, practicing Kirtan Kriya or Kundalini meditation will encourage a prodigious memory. That’s why Kundalini is a highly recommended practice for those patients who have Alzheimer’s.
Sound therapy is an excellent Kundalini dumbbell. During my work in the field of sound therapy I have worked with cancer patients, deaf and elderly participants, sound therapy is effective and serves as the support in the healing and treatment processes for these patients.
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