“When the breath of life becomes short, you become short tempered. When the breath of life becomes long and deep, you understand who you are."

The slogan of Age of Aquarius. “I know, let me help take you there.”
Yogi Bhajan

martedì, maggio 16, 2006

Anger by Pieter

The reason for anger is that the nervous system is weak. In the practice of Kundalini Yoga, the nerves strengthen, partly due to the energy generated from the postures and movements combined with breathing or the use of mantra, especially with breathing and chanting to vibrate the sound throughout the electrified system.If there is anger still, then it means that the practice is incorrect, possibly in the breathing where some do not fully expand and contract the lungs during long deep breathing, or the mistake of tightening ancillary body muscles during the expansion and contraction of the diaphragm during breath of fire.Moreover, in every exercise of Kundalini Yoga there is an active and passive aspect. During the active aspect the voltage is generated, while during the passive aspect the glands secrete to support the voltage, both in coating the nerves and balancing the chemistry in the circulatory system that allows a sustained voltage.In addition, at the end of every set, there should be a time for the body to experience yogic sleep. this is a bit like rebooting a computer for new programming to take effect.Without the adherence to these fundamentals, the nerves will be somewhat raw and the result is a kind of a weakness that gives rise to irritation and anger.With proper practice, there ensues a deep and penetrating peace that melds with the Peace of the Infinite Soul which is the substratum of our being and consciousness. Then we live in a divine and magic atmosphere, wherein we experience Goodness and the Will of the One to make us happy.Please consider these fundamentals in your practice and be always happy.As one practices, gradually the sustainable voltage increases, deepens, penetrates and radiates, and in and through that process you experience a clarity and grounding, like the force of a graviton, a sense of the mind becoming inward bent, dwelling and pondering in consideration of a deepening stillness which is at the core of your being , so that the reflective mind in the brain becomes absorbed in the self-effulgent sun of your spiritual heart (unrelated to the anahata chakra). The effect is relentless and inexorable in the practice of Kundalini Yoga. Moreover, you will find that It is also unaffected by the degree and intensity of work, life and activities no matter how ardent, which are enhanced by It. You become completely and fully here, penetrating and pervasively in the moment, which is also eternal.One day you will speak in a pervasive voice: I am Consciousness Itself, I am the Truth, and you single and pervasive being will reverberate Sat Nam.So, simply put, just continue every day Sadhana, and This, which is What is only Real, will all emerge by Itself.