This is the last of four Meditations to master the suspension of breath. This series helps to expand the pranic body. You will feel expanded, strong and your endurance increased.
The Composite Polarity teaches subtlety and command. Take your time and build this meditation up to 11 minutes. The preciseness of the mudra is important on this one.
Please note that this is an advanced meditation.
Eyes are 1/10 closed.
Elbows are relaxed at your sides.
Hands come forward at the level of the heart, palms facing down.
Bend the left wrist so that the palm of the left hand is facing forward.
Leave the palm of the right hand facing down and parallel to the ground.
Inhale slowly to the top and hold the inhale for as long as you can comfortably hold.
Then exhale slowly to the bottom and suspend the breath at the bottom of the exhale for as long as you can hold (w/o feeling like you need to gasp for air).
Then inhale slowly again and continue the cycle for up to 11 minutes.
Kundalini Yoga Quotes:
“I’d never felt anything like it; it was just an opening of energy and a feeling of such liberation.” -Marika Bethel, owner, Glowing House