Friday, 31 January 2014

break n open...



Acupressure Points for Relieving mental distress.

Tranquilizes the mind and Relieves mental distress.

Tranquilizes the mind and Relieves mental distress.

By massaging these points, the corresponding body area receives specific therapeutic treatment

It's important to drink plenty of warm water after the massage, helps to clear away toxic substances in our body.

Acupressure Points for Regulating Menstrual Disorders and Promoting Blood Circulation.

Promotes the circulation of the blood.
Regulates menstrual disorders.
 



Promotes the circulation of the blood. Regulates menstrual disorders.

By massaging these points, the corresponding body area receives specific therapeutic treatment

It's important to drink plenty of warm water after the massage, helps to clear away toxic substances in our body.

Thursday, 30 January 2014

Be careful who you share your energy with!



Acupressure Points for Stress, Mental Power n Visual Acuity.

Improves mental power. Soothes Stress. Improves visual acuity. 

Improves mental power. Soothes Stress. Improves visual acuity.
By massaging these points, the corresponding body area receives specific therapeutic treatment

It's important to drink plenty of warm water after the massage, helps to clear away toxic substances in our body.

Acupressure Points for Invigorating vital energy n Promoting Longevity.

Invigorate vital energy. Promotes Longevity. Invigorate vital energy. Promotes Longevity
By massaging these points, the corresponding body area receives specific therapeutic treatment

It's important to drink plenty of warm water after the massage, helps to clear away toxic substances in our body. 

Acupressure Points for Losing Weight n Bloating.

Lose Weight, Reduces bloating and improves metabolism efficiency.
Reduces bloating and improves metabolism efficiency
By massaging these points, the corresponding body area receives specific therapeutic treatment

It's important to drink plenty of warm water after the massage, helps to clear away toxic substances in our body. 

Wednesday, 29 January 2014

THE ART OF MANIFESTATION!



Awareness!



Every one of us is being guided to the places and events and people that will activate our highest destiny on earth. 

We have to trust and accept each moment as the witness and know that there is a higher principle at work in our lives, helping to unfold our divine gifts at a very powerful time in human history.

Even when there is struggle and pain this principle is at work. When we surrender to the process and vow to live in awareness of the Life moving in us and through us, the dance becomes more vivid ~ the light and sound of creation respond to our awareness.

Awareness is Love and Love is the force that makes everything move towards its divine blueprint. Love molds the soul and expresses the essence of All That Is with infinite splendor.

AWAKENING KUNDALINI!!!

Can I suggest that this short clip gives a very simple understanding of what happens when the fire of kundalini awakens in the body (normally starting at the base chakra around the spine - not the feet) which is two currents known as the ida and pingalla which rise up the spinal column, intersecting at all the chakra wheels, until they reach the crown chakra where they create an ecstatic union with higher consciousness, connecting the physical with the divine in an incredible experience of bliss. This is what happens in sacred sex. The body is awakened and channels the orgasmic sexual energy that would normally just stay at the genital level, and awakens the whole of the body so that you have a full body orgasm. The energy then exiting the top of the head begins to circulate in a formation known as a Taurus. This then allows the women (for me anyway - don't know about the masculine) to have continuous orgasmic bliss that can last two hours or more.

This is sacred sex. This is the energy that you can awaken to when you open the chakra wheels of the body and start to focus on cleaning out the body and creating a vehicle that can contain these high level, high voltage states.

GoSS


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UuC8WUNeSU

Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Acupressure Points for Relieving Headache.

Relieves Headache
By massaging these points, the corresponding body area receives specific therapeutic treatment

It's important to drink plenty of warm water after the massage, helps to clear away toxic substances in our body. 

Acupressure Points for Relieving Nasal Congestion.



Relieves Nasal Congestion





By massaging these points, the corresponding body area receives specific therapeutic treatment.

It's important to drink plenty of warm water after the massage, helps to clear away toxic substances in our body. 



Acupressure Points for Relieving Lower Back Aches.

Working on these points can help you get better quicker. You do not have to use all of these points. Using just one or two of them whenever you have a free hand can be effective. 


Points (A) -- Sea of Energy
Location: Two finger widths directly below the belly button. Benefits: Relieves lower-back weakness, tones weak abdominal muscles, and prevents a variety of lower-back problems.

Points (B) & Points (C) -- Sea of Vitality
Caution: If you have a weak back, the Sea of Vitality points may be quite tender. In this case a few minutes of light, stationary touch instead of deep pressure can be very healing. 
Location: In the lower back (between the second and third lumbar vertebrae) two to four finger widths away from the spine at waist level. Benefits: Relieves lower-back aches, sciatica, and the fatigue that often results from the pain. 

Points (D) -- Womb and Vitals
Location: One to two finger widths outside the sacrum (the large bony area at the base of the spine) and midway between the top of the hipbone and the base of the buttock. Benefits: Relieves lower-back aches, sciatica, pelvic tension, hip pain, and tension. 

Points (E) -- Commanding Middle
Location: In the center of the back of the knee crease. Benefits: Relieves back pain; sciatica; knee pain; back stiffness; and arthritis in the knees, back, and hips.

Monday, 27 January 2014

Chakras n the Nervous system!

Base chakra: associated with skeletal system Sacral chakra: associated with ovaries/gonads Solar plexus chakra: associated with pancreas & adrenals Heart chakra: associated with thymus gland Throat chakra: associated with thyroid gland Alta major chakra: associated with carotid gland Ajna chakra: associated with pituitary gland Crown chakra: associated with pineal gland Soul Star: a few inches above the top of the head Golden Triangle: combination of ajna, altamajor, and crown


  • Base chakra: associated with skeletal system 
  • Sacral chakra: associated with ovaries/gonads 
  • Solar plexus chakra: associated with pancreas & adrenals
  •  Heart chakra: associated with thymus gland 
  • Throat chakra: associated with thyroid gland 
  • Alta major chakra: associated with carotid gland 
  • Ajna chakra: associated with pituitary gland 
  • Crown chakra: associated with pineal gland 
  • Soul Star: a few inches above the top of the head Golden Triangle: combination of ajna, altamajor, and crown.

Acupressure!


About Acupressure

Acupressure is an ancient Chinese healing method that involves applying pressure to certain meridian points on the body to relieve pain. The human body has fourteen "meridians" that carry energy throughout the body. These meridians start at the fingertips, connect to the brain, and then connect to the organ associated with the specific meridian.

Acupuncture and Acupressure use the same points, but acupuncture uses needles, while Acupressure uses the gentle but firm pressure of hands. There is a massive amount of scientific data that demonstrates why and how acupuncture is effective.

Acupressure is the most effective method for self-treatment of tension-related ailments by using the power and sensitivity of the human hand. Acupressure deals with all the aspects of a person as a whole: body, emotions, mind, and spirit as one, not as separate parts. It relaxes muscular tension and balances the vital life forces of the body. 

Common Benefits:
• Relieve stress and tension 
• Relax mind and body 
• Increase blood circulation 
• Aid in the removal of toxic wastes 
• Provide relief from head, neck and shoulder aches 
• Promote the healing of injuries 
• Increase energy levels 
• Increase overall feeling of well-being 
• Decreasing labor pains

Acupressure uses the fingers to press key points on the surface of the skin to stimulate the body's natural self-curative abilities. When these points are pressed, they release muscular tension and promote the circulation of blood and the body's life force to aid healing. 

Acupressure can be effective in helping relieve headaches, eyestrain, sinus problems, neck pain, backaches, arthritis, muscle aches, and tension due to stress. There are also great advantages to using Acupressure as a way to balance the body and maintain good health. The healing touch of acupressure reduces tension, increases circulation, and enables the body to relax deeply. By relieving stress, acupressure strengthens resistance to disease and promotes wellness.

Acupressure focuses on relieving pain and discomfort as well as on responding to tension before it develops into a "disease," that is, before the constrictions and imbalances can do further damage. By using a combination of self-help methods, you can improve your condition as well as feel more alive, healthy, and in harmony with your life. 

This treatment involves stimulating the vital-energy points along the meridians on our body to effect maximum energy flow. 

According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are over 800 vital energy points along the meridians that run from the head down to the heels, especially along either side of the spinal column. (The meridians connect the interior and exterior of the body). Every point has specific therapeutic effects on the related organ. By massaging these points, the corresponding body area receives specific therapeutic treatment. It can be used to treat internal organ diseases, relieve internal discomfort, and relax yourself; or to promote overall well-being of the body. 

Western scientists have shown that many of these points are located at key crossways of the autonomic nervous system. This may explain in part why they can affect pain that the patient experiences in a part of the body far from where the pressure is applied. 

It's important to drink plenty of warm water after the massage, to help clear away toxic substances in our body.

Caution: If you have a serious illness, or life-threatening illness such as heart disease, or cancer, please consult with your physician before practicing Acupressure.

Thursday, 23 January 2014

a thought!!!


When your inner eye is opened to the ecstasy of this statement, then I will meet you there.......

Take your seat on the thousand petals of the lotus and there gaze upon the Infinite Beauty. ~Kabir


open up!!!



Kundalini (yoga)!!!


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Kundaini yoga is a term referring to a set of ritual practices mainly in Tantric Hinduism, involving a set of physically based meditation exercises designed to utilize the human body as a means of spiritual enlightenment. Kundalini yoga is a form of laya yoga as described in the Yogatattva Upanishad. 
In the Kundalini Concept: Its Origin and Value, “Tantric science and therefore also its yoga was, and still is, a body-affirming system. Unlike yoga advocating its denial and seeing bliss and enlightenment as involving the transcendence of physical limitations, the Tantric yogi seeks to raise up the quality of natural forces so that enlightened states can be [experienced] within the body”. The culmination of this practice is the ability to move the Kundalini energy (a form of shakti) “coiled” at the base of the spine upwards through the seven, or twelve major chakras and eventually up and out of the body through the “crown” at the top of the head. 

This process is an extreme physical and energetic act which, if not properly guided, can produce disastrous physical and mental results, sometimes causing a state resembling psychosis. But according to the Tantric texts, with proper preparation and the support of a guru, the flow of Kundalini force through the chakras can lead to supreme bliss and mystical revelatory experience. 

Philosophically, Kundalini occupies the somewhat curious metaphysical position of being a non-physical force which is located or mapped onto the physical body. In this sense, the system of Kundalini and the chakras is a scientific -- but bodily subjective -- process of exploring how energy interacts with matter. This practice is associated mythologically and cosmologically with the figures of the god Siva and goddess Shakti as the two necessary and balancing vital spiritual forces which combine to create material reality. Thus the Tantric worldview could be described in the context of Western philosophy as an Idealist view, wherein the immaterial energies of Shakti and the underlying structure of Siva, although themselves non-material, as thought to construct and give birth to the material world. According to some interpretations, Taoist alchemical practices were functioning according to similar philosophical assumptions. In Serpent of Fire: A Modern View of Kundalini, Darrel Irving describes how “etheric” or “subtle” energy may be thought to interact with the human body in the philosophy of Kundalini. 

The kundalini process occurs in what is sometimes called the etheric or subtle (nonphysical) body, this etheric body may actually be physical, composed of atoms and cells just like all other parts of the body. This subtle body is comprised of nerve fibers not visible to the naked eye. For the sake of visualizing this system, therefore, imagine these fibers as looking like all the nerves and ganglia of the nervous system, some as thin and spindly, others as thick and clustery, all of them radiating light, and branching out through the entire body, thousands of them. Their overall appearance in the body might be likened to the grid of electric lights one sees above a city at night. These nerve fibers are actually conduits. They are called Nadis; some are major, some are minor, and their function is to conduct currents of energy called prana, or vital force, throughout the body. Not only does this prana animate the body, but it is this force that can be controlled by the Yoga adept through various exercises, described below, to activate the kundalini.

The kinds of exercises involve cultivating breath control techniques, trance states, body postures, visualizations, and other elements of yoga. However, there are documented cases of people outside of the tradition of yoga or Hinduism experiencing something which can be interpreted as a Kundalini awakening . 

Another aspect of the Kundalini energy that is important to understand is the fundamentally sexual nature of the Kundalini. The Kundalini energy is conceived as a generative force which carries some of the same connotations of the Freudian psychological concept of libido energy. When interpreting ancient religious ideas it may be difficult to discern between the elements of a texts that may be describing something literally, or metaphorically, or both. Certainly, though, the Kundalini energy has been interpreted as being closely associated with the material sexual fluids, most obviously male sperm. Thus non-ejaculation and redirection of sexual energy internally (also referred to as “reversal of sexual energy”) is one of the most crucial teachings of Kundalini sexual practices. The full development of Kundalini through the chakras is only possible if the sexual energy that arises is contained within, and not spilled in the form of external ejaculation. Spilling the sexual fluid is thought to result in a hastening of death and degeneration of the vitality of the subject. 

Wednesday, 22 January 2014

yoga practice n theory!

Ashtanga Wisdom.


amazing yoga asanas!

Amazing Benefits Of Yoga
The benefits of yoga are yet to be measured completely but it is a proven technique that gives you strength, mental health, agility, flexibility. Here are amazing yoga poses benefits for you.
Yoga aims to connect body, mind and soul and maintain perfect balance with each other. Yoga urges the body to relax, breathe and let go of all the heaviness. It increases flexibility and enduring capacity of the body. With substantial research, even scientists agree today that Yoga is beneficial for promoting overall health and growth.
Yoga as an institution has three main techniques – Yoga exercises (Asanas), Breathing techniques (Pranayama) and Meditation. Inhaling and exhaling raises circulation of blood and reduces oxygen consumption. Healthy posture boosts energy, overall flexibility, and maintains equilibrium. Meditation quiets your head thereby resulting in mental relaxation. This will decrease blood pressure, persistent soreness, stress, and cholesterol level. It will eventually raise coordination, improve posture, raise focus and cure insomnia in addition to ensuring proper digestion. Combined with regular remedies, yoga exercise is frequently practiced by people suffering from osteo-arthritis, asthma, cancers, back discomfort, depressive disorders, diabetes, coronary disease, migraines, constipation and bowel disorders. And that is just the beginning of the list of the health benefits of yoga.
Remember, Yoga is a continuous process. It’s about the journey to your final destination. Yoga is a celebration that you need to feel and love. Enjoy the moment. Remove your doubts, all the negative sources. Balance and flexibility will follow with practices. Its benefits are profound. The deeper you will delve, the more you will find. You will have more awareness to follow, to ponder and to realize.
With its popularity, yoga and fitness may on occasion seem like just another health fad that has a little religious flavor sprinkled on top. But from a health perspective, Yoga offers tremendous benefits. Yoga treatments offer vast healing potential and also positive transformation, which we cannot overlook in any circumstances.
In the words of Sri Aurobindo, while explaining Integral Yoga, we surmise the entire text as
“It is true that the subliminal in man is the largest part of his nature and has in it the secret of the unseen dynamisms which explain his surface activities. But the lower vital subconscious which is all that this psycho-analysis of Freud seems to know, – and of that it knows only a few ill-lit corners, – is no more than a restricted and very inferior portion of the subliminal whole… to begin by opening up the lower subconscious, risking to raise up all that is foul or obscure in it, is to go out of one’s way to invite trouble.” ― Sri Aurobindo, Integral Yoga: Teaching and Method of Practice.
Stretch your awareness with yoga and its benefits, Namaste!!!

Sunday, 19 January 2014

embracing sexuality!


One of the most important energies for us to embrace and accept is our sexuality. The cultural paradigm that we are leaving, referred to as babylon... uses frequencies of shame, guilt, and unworthiness to suppress our life force, and to keep us plugged in to the matrix.. When we release the genetic distortions of guilt, shame, unworthiness, victimization, etc... and we enter into our bodies once again, we take our power back from the "system", the matrix. And we can shine our genuine light, and deprogram others just by existing. Our sexuality is one of the main keys to unlocking the cellular memory of our body and becoming our own healers. As we embrace, express, and accept our sexuality we self generate enough energy to power all of our chakras. What it all comes down to is understanding that desire is divine. Our natural desires are an expression of the divine. Suppression and repression of our desires is what leads to blockages in our energy, toxicity in our body, addiction, and feeds the frequencies of babylon. When we embrace and love ourselves, our desires, our needs, our wants, and grant ourselves the beingness to just BE. We subconsciously allow others to do the same, and attune them to the same frequency of love and acceptance. So have fun and release all that no longer serves you. There is no time like the present, and you are worth it! You are more powerful and loving than you can imagine. The qualities that you project in to the ideas "god", "goddess", "buddha"... are actually holograms and reflections of the purity in yourself. Your own buddha nature. Love and Blessings! 

Namaste Visual Transmission: Olivia Curry

Saturday, 18 January 2014

Sunrise!

image



Last night a divine breath moved through me
in the fertile darkness of the jungle night
like a tide of indescribable bliss

born again
in the natural flow
receiving the univeral breath
as a river of space
pouring through my inner body
expanding restrictions into ecstasy

this sublime breath flow
of babies, everday saints, the weary and fully alive
you and me

this wholly tide
prepares us to be born again
through another dark passage
as the New Moon turns
the wheel of the New Year


a sublime breath can enter you
spontaneously
an answered prayer from a intimate calling

freeing constrictions of dissolving cycle
expanding all possibility for new

Oh wholy breath
sacred breath
360 degree breath
universal breath
I praise you
breath moving us all!

- Shiva, sunrise.

raising ecstasy!


Thursday, 16 January 2014

Linga Bhairavi...

Linga Bhairavi is an exuberant expression of the Divine Feminine -- fierce and compassionate at once. The Devi, unique in her manifestation in the shape of a linga, represents the nurturing and creative aspects of the universe.

The energy of Linga Bhairavi strengthens the three basic chakras in the human system; thus stabilizing one’s body, mind and energy system. For all those who seek to live life intensely, Devi’s Presence and Grace will assist in the process. If one allows her Grace to function, life will happen in such exuberance that the longing to transcend the physical and touch the spiritual will naturally arise. For those who aspire for spiritual wellbeing, the benevolent Goddess helps in overcoming obstacles on the path and delivers them to the realm of Ultimate Liberation.




Linga Bhairavi

Seek her in Devotion
She is an ocean of Compassion

Seek her in Desperation
She is a steadfast Companion

Seek her in true Passion
You will be loved to Distraction

Just seek her in your Confusion
She will lead you to Fruition


Jai Bhairavi Devi




A Guide to the Chakras!

A Guide to the Chakras

Chakras


The Tantric yogis understood that in order to experience a different life—one that feels more stable, more sublime, and more connected to others—we have to effect change from within. And one of the key ways to alter the inner reality is working with the chakras, the body’s energetic centers.

Chakra literally means “spinning wheel.”  According to the yogic view, chakras are a convergence of energy, thoughts/feelings, and the physical body. Our consciousness (mind) gets projected through these wheels, and this largely determines how we experience reality from our emotional reactions, our desires or aversions, our level of confidence or fear, even the manifestation of physical symptoms.
By working with these centers in yoga practice, we can begin to unravel any blocks that may prevent the unfolding into our highest potential.

Root Chakra (Muladhara) This center is found at the pelvic floor. It is our tap root and our connection to the Earth. It keeps us grounded into embodied reality, physically strong and secure. It holds our instinctual urges around food, sleep, sex, and survival. It is also the realm of our avoidances and fears.  Importantly muladhara holds our most powerful latent potential (Kundalini Shakti). Through yoga and meditation, we begin to breathe life into the sleeping power that sits in our root. Asanas such as Warrior stances, hip-openers, Chair Pose, deep lunges, and squats helps bring our awareness to this center.

Pelvic Chakra (Svadishthana)  This chakra is held in our sacrum. It is our water center, home of the reproductive organs and our desires. When our consciousness moves freely through this area, we access our potential for self-healing and sensual pleasure. When this chakra remains asleep to our consciousness, we may be ruled by our attachments. Similar to the root chakra, asanas such as forward bends, hip-openers, deep lunges, and squats helps us bring our awareness to this center.

Navel Chakra (Manipura)  Located at the navel, this chakra is associated with the digestive system, the element of fire, individual power and purpose. Think of manipura as your body’s energy power-house, as it holds a vast amount of our physical vitality. When consciousness moves freely in this center, we are empowered by the energy of transformation. When this area is blocked, we may experience imbalances associated with aggressive ambition, heightened ego, and the pursuit of personal power. Twists are the asanas par excellence for purifying and healing manipura.

Heart Chakra (Anahata) At the center of the chest, the heart chakra is said, in the Himalayan Tantric tradition, to be the most powerful center of all, the very “seat of the soul.” Associated with the lungs and the element of air, we can imagine the heart as the meeting ground for the vast spectrum of our human emotional experience. The heart has the capacity to radiate the highest aspects of the human being: compassion, unconditional love and total faith in the Divine. But it also has the capacity to radiate our deepest feelings of insecurity, disappointment, loneliness and despair. To bring more light into the chakra of the heart, work with pranayama, heart-centric meditation, and heart-felt prayer. Back-bends will also help open the energetic centers of the heart.

Throat Chakra (Vishuddhi)   The vishuddhi chakra is associated with the element of ether. It is the energetic home of speech and hearing, and the endocrine glands that control metabolism.  On a spiritual level, this chakra is all about expanding our conversation to the Divine. To heal and purify the throat, we can work with chant, Jalandhara Bandha, as well as asanas such as Plow, Camel, Shoulderstand, and Fish Pose.

Third-Eye Chakra (Ajna) The ajna chakra, or “command center,” is located at eyebrow level mid-brain.  It is the meeting point between two important energetic streams in the body, the ida and pingala nadis, and the place where the mind and the body converge. Physically, it is connected to the pituitary gland, growth, and development. When relaxed consciousness flows here, we have more intuition, inner-knowing, and a feeling that we are much more than a physical body. To heal and purify this center, we can practice alternate nostril breathing (nadi shodhana) and meditations focused on this center.

Crown Center (Sahasrara) This chakra is what links us to everything that is beyond our individual ego. It is everything that lies beyond our linear intellect and personal needs, preferences and emotional experiences. It is the gateway and source point into enlightenment.

Katie Silcox

Thursday, 9 January 2014

Nadis, the Channels of Life force Energy!

Great information for those interested on activating their energetic body. Nadis are the channels or energy pathways that carry Prana or life force throughout the body and connect at special energy points called chakras. Just how veins and arteries are important for the healthy functioning of our physical body, Nadis weave through our physical nerves as well as the subtle circuitry of the mind, of the self, of the consciousness matrix that supports our physical presence from invisible dimensions of existence.

Illustration showing the nadis and major and minor chakras
                                               Illustration showing the nadis and major and minor chakras

Nadis, the Channels of Life force Energy

In ancient Indian medicine, Nadis are the channels or energy pathways that carry Prana or life force throughout the body and they connect at special energy points called chakras.
The Sanskrit term ‘Nadi’ comes from the root ‘Nad,’ which means motion, flow, or vibration. Just how veins and arteries are important for the healthy functioning of our physical body, Nadis weave through our physical nerves as well as the subtle circuitry (yoga nadis) of the mind, of the self, of the consciousness matrix that supports our physical presence from invisible dimensions of existence.
Prana needs to flow freely through the system to be healthy; when it becomes weak or congested, it leads to poor mental and physical health. Often painful life experiences lead to blockages and ultimately health woes, so opening up these channels is important for our overall well-being.
The body is filled with innumerable Nadis that cannot be counted. Tantric wisdom state that there are 72,000 Nadis in the human body, 14 are principal nadis out which Sushumna, Ida and Pingala are considered to be most important.
nadis are energy channels that carry prana life force throughout our body
                     Nadis are energy channels that carry prana throughout our body.
Ida nadi
Ida, associated with the energy of the moon, represents the feminine aspect of our personality and is often shown as white. It is also the Yin element in Chinese philosophy. Ida controls the function of parasympathetic nervous system which calms the mind and body, because it is related to emotions, feelings and memories.
When Ida becomes too strong or dominant, tiredness, depression, introversion, and an inability to see things with a clear perspective can take over.
Ida nadi channels energy through left nostril pingala nadi channels through right nostril
The Ida is channeled via the left nostril and Pingala nadi through the right nostril
Pingala nadi
While Pingala, associated with energy of the sun, represents the masculine aspect of our personality and is often shown as red. It controls the sympathetic nervous system, and stimulates activities and planning of body and mind. Pingala nadi is responsible for the logical, rational and analytical intellect. Pingala is also the Yang element in Chinese philosophy.
When Pingala is overused, due to the hustle and bustle of city life, we can have difficulty sleeping, concentrating or we can become anxious, irritable, and impulsive.
Ida and Pingala start and end to the left and to the right of the Sushumna respectively, moving in spirals like the DNA helix, crossing at each chakra or energy portal. Anahata Menon, shamanic healer and mystic at Anahata Foundation, explained, “It is the interaction between these two distinct yet complementary energy channels that controls our mental processes, intuition and the activity that takes place between the left and right hemisphere of our brain. The sacred union between the male (solar or day) and female (lunar or night) aspects of our spiritual nature forms the basis of most evolutionary esoteric paths.”
Sushumna
Sushumna is the central channel of energy in the human body that runs from the base of the spine to the crown of the head and carries Kundalini energy, the primal evolutionary force within, upwards as it is awakened through the practice of Yoga and meditation.
Sushumna nadi only opens and flows freely when Ida and Pingala nadis are balanced and clear, thus the purification of all three nadis are important for the overall health, wellness of the body and mind, and one can also experience spiritual growth.
Anahata said, “However, as a spiritualist, even though I personally enjoy all the technicalities of ancient wisdom and esoteric arts, I don’t obsess over them. If our spiritual urge or intent is aligned to infinite expansion of awareness, potentials and consciousness, to love, to higher principles of freedom and balance for the highest good of all, then any sincere spiritual practice, be it yoga or plant spirit medicine, drum medicine or reiki, should support this process effectively.
As humanity makes a big shift of consciousness from the Collective Mind to the Collective Heart, I believe that the subtle technologies of our physical and etheric bodies will unlock or reveal themselves to us and spontaneously restore or repair themselves to a state of optimum balance and health.”
In traditional Chinese medicine, meridian is a path through which the life-energy or qi flows traditional Chinese medicine, meridian is a path through which the life-energy or qi flows
To determine the flow of current at any particular time note the flow of breath in the nostrils. It the left nostril has a greater flow of air, then ida nadi is predominant. When the flow is greater in the right nostril, then pingala is predominant. If the flow is equal, then sushumna is ruling.
Hatha Yoga is a yoga technique that focuses on bringing this balance. Meditation, Pranayam, breath work and sound (nada or swara yoga) healing are different paths that one can explore to achieve this balance as well.
surya namaskara is a common sequence of hatha yoga asanas
Surya namaskara is a common sequence of Hatha yoga asanas
Even traditional Chinese medicine recognize the importance of nadis or better known as, meridians, and work with a similar system of subtle energy meridians like in acupuncture, acupressure and body works.
Ancient wisdom, be it Indian Ayurveda, Yoga or Chinese meridians, the purpose is of self-realization and this knowledge provides deeper understanding of the inner landscapes that can be used to transform our lives!

(courtesy Fractal Enlightenment) 

Spirit...!


“The Spirit of the Valley never dies;

This is called the dark feminine.
The doorway into the dark feminine
Is called the root of heaven and earth.
It is there within us all the while;
Draw upon it as you will, it never runs dry.”

~ Tao Te Ching 6