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Stretch not only through the lumbar spine but also through the thoracic spine, so that the whole of the spine is evenly arched. In the second round, step the left foot forward between the hands in Position 6 and step the left foot back again in Position Asana is included in the following categories: The palms or fingers touch the floor.
One can balance strong emotions and overcome nervousness and depression. Lower the hips to the floor and raise the upper body with the help of the hands, but only to the degree that the hips remain in contact with the floor. In this way the Asana counters tiredness and aids concentration and eyesight. Strengthens the back, arm and shoulder muscles.
The Asana has a balancing influence on the Svadhishthana Chakra. Place the left foot beside the right and straighten the knees.
The buttocks are slightly raised. Exhaling tuck the toes under, straighten the arms and legs and raise the buttocks high. The increased blood supply to the head pranzm concentration.
Body weight is distributed between the hands and the soles of the feet. The feet rest flat on the floor. It relaxes the neck and shoulders, deepens the breath into the back and releases tension in the back. In the initial stage of practice, focus is given to the physical benefits. This Asana activates the Manipura Chakra.
This exercise, which harmonises body, mind and soul, is the outcome of research and experience extending over many years. A detailed description of the benefits and effects of each position is found in Level 7. The palms or fingers touch the floor. On a physical level it strengthens, stretches and relaxes the muscles, ligaments and joints of the whole body.
The Tattvas elements and biorhythms are brought into balance. Khatu Pranam strengthens, stretches and relaxes the muscles of the whole body, promotes flexibility of the pganam and regulates glandular activity.
KHATU PRANAM – For Daily Health & Harmony
Avoid this sequence of Asanas with very high blood pressure or dizziness. Mhatu broadens the consciousness to perceive the vital energy existing everywhere. Extends the back and stretches the muscles of khau hips and pelvic floor.
Khatu is the place on the edge of the Thar Desert in the west of Rajasthan, Indiawhere this greatly revered Saint lived for years. In the third round step the right foot 1 forward again, etc. The Asana develops deeper breathing and healthy digestion.
KHATU PRANAM – For Daily Health & Harmony
Deepens the breath, stimulates digestion and helps relieve diseases of the throat. This posture balances the energy flow of the whole body and has an activating effect upon the Sahasrara Chakra.
Stretches the entire spine and counters a rounded back. ,hatu lungs are expanded and the breath spreads into all areas of the chest, particularly into the sides of the lungs.
This sequence should not be practiced with very high blood pressure or if there is a tendency to become dizzy. In the third round, step the right foot forward again in Position 6, etc. Khatu is khath village in Rajasthan, India.
It expands the lungs and deepens the breath so energy can flow more freely throughout the body. Level 7 Khatu Pranam Kgatu navigation. Khatu Pranam also makes the spine more flexible and promotes healthy hkatu of organs and glands. Inhaling step back with the right foot, lower the right knee to the floor and look up, as in Position 6.
The shoulders are pressed down and back. Stimulates the flow of energy and increases the flow of the breath into the sides of the lungs. Stretches all the muscles, ligaments and joints of the upper body and relaxes the organs of the abdomen and chest. Inhaling step the right foot between the hands and lower the left knee to the floor.
The position calms strong emotions. Look towards the hands. Kbatu the arms only to the degree that the hips can remain in contact with the floor. Keeping the back and arms straight, bend forward from the hips until the arms and forehead touch the floor Shashankasana.
Keeping the legs straight, raise the buttocks.