Once you do a great thing, like run a marathon (in my case a half), or you commit to a yoga practise and complete that, there is an element inside of you that thinks that you have done it so you don’t need to try again. Well I have done a set of 40 day Kriyas in the past, but I do need to refresh and do them again. So I am showing you on my blog what I do.
Every time I do one of these sets of yoga practises or set myself a goal, I change, and with this I will set to change again. I am setting my task this year to practise 40 days of Kriyas for 7 Chakras to transform my body and reset my mind and brain.
Kundalini yoga is easy to do, find a comfortable place to sit and wear some loose clothing.
I am going to begin at the base of the spine, with the Muladhara Chakra or base chakra. Working on the base chakra is a great way to get yourself grounded. This is located at the bottom of the spine around the Coccyx.
The base chakra represents the source of our existence, how we survive on this planet. Our survival chakra is how we eat, how we sleep, how we rest. Our needs to exist on this earth are our home, to have food, to have shelter and enough money for these things. When these are not addressed, we cannot help others or even share what we have with others. So everyone needs to have these things in place. The base chakra in full working order is a basic pre-requisite for everyone.
On a physical level, these exercises will allow the spine to work with greater ease.
If you feel dizzy whilst you do these exercises then take a break, and breathe. Always consult your physician before you undertake exercise and always know that you follow these instructions at your own risk to your own health. This is what I do and I am only showing you. I do not claim to heal, but these exercises have helped me. Do this for 40 days and it is said to make some really great changes to your mind and body!:)
Go see how you feel:)