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kundalini

Kundalini Breathing Exercisehey guys! just wanted to let you all know about this
great breathing exercise my counsellor (Kira McDuffee) taught me. Sorry if you
already know it! lol. It's supposed to really open up the main pathways of energy
through your body and I'mfinding it really helpful for me.Here's what you do.For
the whole exercise, you use kundalini breath, i.e. you breathe like your trying to
yawn with your mouth closed. You know you're doing it right if the area behind
your nose starts getting cold from the air hitting it.Part 1Put your thumbs on your
hips and you index fingers on your navel. Using kundalini breath and pushing out
your stomach as you do it (making your fingers move apart), breathe in for 4
seconds, hold for 4 seconds, breathe out for 6 seconds, hold for 2 seconds. I don't
know how many repetitions you're supposed to do so I just arbitrarily picked 9 (the
number of completion)When you're done, put your hands on your knees, palms up.
Breathe deeply and normally and notice anything there is to notice within
yourself.Part 2.Put your thumbs under your armpits and your index fingers
over your heart. Using kundalini breath and really expanding your ribcage as you
do it (making your fingers move apart), breathe in for 4 seconds, hold for 4
seconds, breathe out for 6 seconds, hold for 2 seconds. Repeat the same number of
times you did for part 1 (unless otherwise guided I would guess)When you're done,
put your hands on your knees, palms up. Breathe deeply and normally and notice
anything there is to notice within yourself.Part 3Lift your arms over your head and
bend your elbows to place your hands on your shoulder blades (left hand on left
shoulder blade, right hand on right shoulder blade). Still using kundalini breath but
not really pushing anything in or out since this is more for your third eye area,
breathe in for 4 seconds, hold for 4 seconds, breathe out for 6 seconds, hold for
2 seconds. Repeat the same number of times you did for part 1 and 2 (unless
otherwise guided I would guess)When you're done, put your hands on your knees,
palms up. Breathe deeply and normally and notice anything there is to notice
within yourself.And that's it! And it really only takes 5 to 10 minutes a day. Hope
you enjoy it!

Kundalini Breathing Exercisehey guys! just wanted to let you all know about this
great breathing exercise my counsellor (Kira McDuffee) taught me. Sorry if you
already know it! lol. It's supposed to really open up the main pathways of energy
through your body and I'mfinding it really helpful for me.Here's what you do.For
the whole exercise, you use kundalini breath, i.e. you breathe like your trying to

yawn with your mouth closed. You know you're doing it right if the area behind
your nose starts getting cold from the air hitting it.Part 1Put your thumbs on your
hips and you index fingers on your navel. Using kundalini breath and pushing out
your stomach as you do it (making your fingers move apart), breathe in for 4
seconds, hold for 4 seconds, breathe out for 6 seconds, hold for 2 seconds. I don't
know how many repetitions you're supposed to do so I just arbitrarily picked 9 (the
number of completion)When you're done, put your hands on your knees, palms up.
Breathe deeply and normally and notice anything there is to notice within
yourself.Part 2.Put your thumbs under your armpits and your index fingers
over your heart. Using kundalini breath and really expanding your ribcage as you
do it (making your fingers move apart), breathe in for 4 seconds, hold for 4
seconds, breathe out for 6 seconds, hold for 2 seconds. Repeat the same number of
times you did for part 1 (unless otherwise guided I would guess)When you're done,
put your hands on your knees, palms up. Breathe deeply and normally and notice
anything there is to notice within yourself.Part 3Lift your arms over your head and
bend your elbows to place your hands on your shoulder blades (left hand on left
shoulder blade, right hand on right shoulder blade). Still using kundalini breath but
not really pushing anything in or out since this is more for your third eye area,
breathe in for 4 seconds, hold for 4 seconds, breathe out for 6 seconds, hold for
2 seconds. Repeat the same number of times you did for part 1 and 2 (unless
otherwise guided I would guess)When you're done, put your hands on your knees,
palms up. Breathe deeply and normally and notice anything there is to notice
within yourself.And that's it!
And it really only takes 5 to 10 minutes a day. Hope you enjoy it!