Guide to Kundalini: Famous Yoga for Beginners



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Guide to Kundalini: Famous Yoga for Beginners

Kundalini is a latent female energy which in yoga pose is believed to exist in a coiled posture in the lower part of the spine.

Usually in ancient literature and traditional guides to yoga this force is known as the serpent force as it seems to lie down in a coiled position like that of a snake.

Furthermore when this force is perfectly awakened in you it gives you amazing strength and energy that helps you vitally.

Moreover Kundalini is known for being a physical, psychological as well as spiritual discipline which helps you massively by increasing your physical and mental strength and enhancing your stamina along with your demeanor and consciousness.

The reason why Kundalini is included in yoga exercises is to develop in people a threshold to speak truth, uphold morality and serve their fellows with compassion and sincerity.

If you feel tempted by its benefits then here is a guide which can help you. Consider few things for Kundalini which is as follows:

  • Wear loose fitted clothes unlike that in yoga and keep your shoulders and spine covered with anything. Do not wear any shoes and do it with bare feet. You may want to cover your body with a blanket after you are done with the exercise.
  • If you are doing Kundalini you have to take care of your diet. Do not eat anything at least about 3 hours before doing it. Try to eat as much as sattvic food (light and easy to digest) as you can. Avoid rajastic food (hot, spicy and salty).
  • Try to go for a warm up before you go for the actual pose since it can be harsh in the beginning.
  •  Ideal time for practicing this exercise is early in the morning since the early morning fresh air is full of minerals that complement the pose.
  • Practice this at any place which is well ventilated since fresh air has a lot to do with it.

 





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