Rejuvenation and energy balance (Asanas)

At the beginning of the practice, rub our palms and spread them, creating a condensing Magic Ball filled with the complex of energies and colors you need. After that, with both hands we draw this Magic Ball around ourselves and mentally around the whole planet, taking it into ourselves and saying our prayer aloud, for example - “I was lucky to live - truly, simply and in love right now!”

Exercise 1.
Our body has 72,000 energy centers, which are controlled by 108 energy centers, they are also controlled by 9 energy centers, which are controlled by three main ones - spiritual, mental and physical. In a healthy body, all centers rotate with great speed, providing “prana” to all systems of the human being. When the functioning of one or more of these centers is disrupted, the flow of prana is weakened or blocked and disease and old age occur. The best way to restore health and youth is to give the centers their normal energy characteristics. With the first exercise, we accelerate energy centers, giving their rotation speed and stability. Standing straight with arms horizontally extended to the sides at shoulder level, you need to begin to rotate around its axis until you feel a slight dizziness. In this case, the direction of rotation is very important - from left to right clockwise. Before you begin to rotate, fix your eyes on some fixed point directly in front of you. Starting to turn, do not take your eyes off the point you have chosen as much as possible. When, due to the rotation of the head, the point of fixation of the gaze leaves your field of view, quickly turn your head, ahead of the rotation of the body, and as soon as possible again “capture” your sight with a look. As you practice, you will gradually find that you can spin more and more, without bringing yourself to noticeable dizziness. This method of work using the reference point allows you to quite noticeably push the limit of dizziness. The maximum number of revolutions at a time does not exceed twenty-one.

Exercise 2.
Following the first exercise, the second exercise is performed, which fills the centers with prana. The starting position is the supine position. It is best to lie on a dense and slightly soft surface. Stretching your arms along the torso and pressing your palms with your fingers tightly connected to the floor, you need to raise your head, firmly pressing your chin to your chest. After that - raise straight legs vertically upwards, being careful not to tear the pelvis off the floor. Next, lift your legs not just vertically up, but even further “towards you” - until the pelvis begins to lift off the floor. The main thing is not to bend your knees. Then slowly lower your head and legs to the floor. Relax all your muscles and then repeat the exercise up to twenty-one times. Of great importance is the coordination of movements with breathing. At the very beginning, it is necessary to exhale, completely ridding the lungs of air. While raising the head and legs, you should take a smooth, but very deep and full breath, while lowering - the same exhale. The deeper the breath, the higher the effectiveness of the practice. After the second exercise, you need to stand upright and put your hands on your hips to make a few deep breaths, imagining how the energy centers of your body increase in space.

Exercise 3.
The third exercise should be performed immediately after the first two. The starting position for him is the position of standing on his knees. The knees should be placed at a distance of the width of the pelvis from one another, so that the hips are strictly vertical. Hands with palms lie on the back of the thigh muscles just below the buttocks. Then you should tilt your head forward, pressing your chin to your chest. Throwing your head back, straighten your chest and bend your spine back, leaning your hands slightly on your hips, and then returning to its original position with your chin pressed to your chest. The number of exercises is brought to twenty-one times. Exercise requires strict coordination of movements with the rhythm of breathing. At the very beginning, you should make the same deep and full exhale as in the first. Bending back, you need to inhale, returning to its original position - exhale. The depth of breathing is of great importance, since it is breathing that serves as the connecting link between the movements of the physical body and the control of the etheric force. Therefore, you need to breathe as fully and deeply as possible. The key to full and deep breathing is always full expiration. If the exhalation is completed in full, the next inhalation will naturally turn out to be equally full. So that attention is not distracted from the internal processes occurring in the etheric body, it is necessary to perform all exercises, except the first, with eyes closed.

Exercise 4.
To perform the fourth exercise, you need to sit on the floor, stretching straight legs in front of you with feet located approximately shoulder width apart.
Having straightened the spine, place your palms with your fingers closed on the floor on the sides of the buttocks. The fingers should be directed forward. Lower your head forward, pressing your chin to your chest. Then tilt your head back as far as possible, and then - raise your body forward to a horizontal position. In the final phase, the hips and trunk should be in the same horizontal plane, and the legs and arms should be located vertically. Having reached this position, you need to tighten all the muscles of the body for several seconds, and then relax and return to the starting position with the chin pressed to the chest. Then - repeat everything from the beginning to twenty-one times. A key aspect is breathing. First you need to exhale. Rising and throwing back your head - take a deep, smooth breath. During exertion - hold your breath, and falling - completely exhale. After the fourth exercise, you need to become even and with your hands on your hips do a few deep breaths, imagining how the vortices of your body increase in space.

Exercise 5.
The starting position for him is the emphasis lying curved. In this case, the body rests on the palms and pads of the toes. The knees and pelvis do not touch the floor. The hands are oriented strictly forward with fingers clasped together. The distance between the palms is slightly wider than the shoulders. The distance between the feet is the same. Start by throwing your head back as far as possible. Then move to a position in which the body resembles an acute angle, with the vertex pointing up. At the same time, with the movement of the neck, press your head with your chin to your chest. At the same time, try to keep your legs straight and your arms and body straight in the same plane. Then the body will appear as if folded in half in the hip joints. After that, return to the starting position - lying down lying bent - and start all over again, finishing the exercise up to twenty-one times. When returning to the starting position, bend your back back as much as possible, but not at the expense of
marginal fracture in the lower back, and due to straightening the shoulders and maximum deflection in the chest. Do not forget that neither the pelvis nor the knees should touch the floor. In addition, pause the exercise with the maximum tension of all the muscles of the body in both extreme positions - when bending and when lifting to the “corner”. The pattern of breathing is somewhat unusual. Starting with a full exhalation while lying down, bending over, take a deep, as far as possible, breath when you “fold” the body in half. Returning at point blank range, bending, exhale completely. Stopping at extreme points to perform a tense pause, hold your breath for several seconds, respectively after inhalation and after exhalation.

Exercise 6.
Most of the free energy of people is represented by sexual energy - the energy of the sphere of reproduction. The vast majority of people frivolously spend it in sex for pleasure. Therefore, often when it is necessary to use free energy for protection or creativity, it does not appear in the body.
And where, with a more reasonable attitude to human vitality, the body could easily defeat the disease, it loses the battle with it, being forced to weaken some vital functions to overcome fatal factors, compensating for their lack of thoughtlessly wasted free energy. These violations are fixed and recorded in the inheritance code. To become “God”, you need to learn how to save sexual energy, concentrate it in the body and “transmute”, directing it from the second energy center to all the others, and especially to the two highest. At the same time, it is impossible to completely deprive the second center of free energy, because from it it automatically enters the lowest - the first one responsible for building the skeleton of the physical body - the musculoskeletal system, that is, bones, muscles and tendons. Free energy should be distributed between the centers harmoniously, unconstrainedly “woven” into their rotation. In order to achieve this, certain rules of sexual abstinence must be followed. It is necessary to have and raise vitality up. In order to raise one's awareness to a higher level and develop the truly human features present in it, it is necessary to accumulate much more energy than the complex of the two lower centers is able to contain. This can be done only in one way - by lifting free energy from the lower centers upwards and thereby freeing the lower ones to accumulate its new “portion”. The sixth exercise can be practiced only when the presence of sexual desire is felt in the body, which signals the presence of a sufficient amount of free energy.

The sixth exercise consists in the following: standing upright, take a deep breath with the sound “Sooh ..”, squeezing the anal sphincter, sphincter of the bladder, straining the muscles of the pelvic floor and lower front wall of the abdomen, and then quickly bending, resting his hands on his hips, and exhale vigorously through the mouth with the sound “Haaammmm ..”, trying to remove all the air from the lungs completely, including the so-called residual? after that, pull the stomach in as tightly as possible due to the intense lifting up of the diaphragm and relaxation of the front wall of the abdomen and straighten up. The chin should be
pressed to the subjugate notch, hands on the waist. Having sustained the position with the belly pulled in as long as possible - as long as you have enough strength hold your breath - relax your diaphragm, raise your head and take a deep breath as calmly as possible. As you catch your breath, repeat up to nine times. The sixth exercise is performed once a day in the form of three series of nine repetitions. It should be mastered gradually. The “applied” practice of this exercise is possible at any time and in any place, provided the stomach and intestines are not too full, as well as the presence of a bodily signal in the form of a sexual desire. Moreover, having fully mastered the sixth exercise, he easily exhales quietly, without bending over and without attracting attention. In order for the source of youth to become an active aspect of our being, it is absolutely necessary to achieve the development of an active and powerful sexual desire in the body. An attempt to transmute free energy, which is little or not at all, leads to inevitable self-destruction. Therefore, for a person who does not have an acute need for sexual satisfaction, the practice of the sixth ritual action is strictly contraindicated. First, it is necessary to achieve the restoration of high sexual potency through the practice of the first five exercises, and only then proceed to transform yourself into a God-human being. Self-deception here is mortally dangerous, because it will inevitably lead to the fact that redirected free sexual energy will not be absorbed by higher energy centers and instead of harmoniously developing a human being, it will only intensify its internal struggle and internal conflicts, which sooner or later will inevitably tear the individual's psyche from the inside, causing him to die from incurable physical illnesses, or destroying the human features of his mind with mental pathologies and plunging him into a whirl of his own animals passions.

Exercise 7. "Birch" on the shoulder blades
It stimulates the activity of endocrine glands, improves the function of the thyroid gland, treats gastritis, constipation, dyspepsia, various functional diseases of the eye and ear-throat-nose region, hepatitis, and also relieves headaches. The effect of this posture is also beneficial when the veins in the legs are dilated. We start from a lying position, raising the pelvis with bent knees to the chest, then straightening the legs, supporting the body with the palms. To leave - slowly symmetrically lay the body on the floor. Perform from 9 to 108 breaths.

Exercise 8. "Plow"
The maximum possible extension of the spine is achieved, especially in the cervical spine, maintains and develops flexibility of the spine, removes lower back pain, and corrects minor posture disorders. Activating affects the intestines, eliminates constipation, cleanses the liver, activates the spleen and adrenal glands. Improves the production of insulin by the pancreas, has a beneficial effect on the work of the kidneys. Normalizes the function of the pelvic organs (internal genital organs), removes excess fat deposits in the waist and abdomen. Daily practice relieves fatigue, mental stress, increases mental activity, relieves headaches. Helps with insomnia, helps relieve discomfort during menopause. Improves immunity, regulates the activity of the thyroid gland. From a prone position with an exhale, bring your legs behind your head - it is advisable to do this smoothly, without sudden movements. Feet may remain in the air parallel to the ground or stand with your fingers on the floor. The heels are pushed gently away, the legs straighten at the knees. Behind the back, make the castle with your hands and push it away from you, bringing the shoulder blades together and turning the shoulders under you. This creates a reliable support for the shoulders and protection for thin and fragile cervical vertebrae. The breath is calm, deep, breathe in the stomach. Physical concentration on the abdomen, relaxation of the back and neck, breathing. As you exhale, smoothly spread your back back to the floor. Perform from 9 to 108 breaths.

Exercise 9. "Bridge"
This is a "litmus test" in determining human health. When properly performed, the body is pulled into a soft half-ring. A deflection in the back trains the spinal column, straightening the stooped back and shoulders. The increase in the amplitude of movement of the spine itself significantly improves the nutrition of tissues around and the nutrition of tissues of the spine itself, which allows to accelerate the regeneration processes. It promotes the opening of the chest, shoulder joints, eliminates excess fat on the trunk and legs, stimulates the thyroid gland and pituitary gland, strengthens the wrists, muscles of the arms and legs, buttocks, spine and abdomen. In no case should a compression load be applied to individual vertebrae; all movements at the entrance and exit from the position should be smooth. Perform from 9 to 108 breaths.

Exercise 10. "Candle" on the head
It stimulates the activity of endocrine glands, improves the function of the thyroid gland, treats gastritis, constipation, dyspepsia, various functional diseases of the eye and ear-throat-nose region, hepatitis, and also relieves headaches. The effect of this posture is also beneficial when the veins in the legs are dilated. Put your hands in front of you on the floor. Then lean forward and, supporting the back of the head with interlocked fingers, lay your head on the floor. Raise your hips with your legs, then tear off your legs from the floor, trying to maintain balance on your head. Slowly straighten your legs, while stretching in a straight line. It should be in this position until fatigue. Do not forget to breathe slowly and evenly. To return from this pose, you must first bend your legs in the hip and knee joints, then lower yourself to your knees. Perform from 9 to 108 breaths.

Exercise 11. "Stretching Sitting"
Sitting - leaning toward straight legs - the hind surfaces of the legs, back, neck are stretched. Accordingly, the second is the extension of the eastern side of the body, "ie the front. We have to withstand a real battle - overcoming stiffness in the lumbar region, hips, popliteal ligaments, hip joints, shoulders, and the most difficult thing is a battle on the field of the mind, which begins to rush, upset from 9 to 108 breaths.

Exercise 12. "Stretching Standing"
Standing - from a standing position, exhale, lower your fingers on the floor. You can continue to press your palms to the floor, but if your back is rounded because of this, then it’s better not to do this. You can even use the blocks as a support or rest on your legs if you do not reach the floor. As an alternative, bend your knees, building your spine correctly. Looking forward, the shoulders move farther away from the ears = it is very important not to pinch the back of the neck, but to stretch, the shoulder blades are assembled to form a single plane. In this position, the spine extends deeply and intensely. Perform from 9 to 108 breaths.

Exercise 13. "Tree"

We practice standing alternately on the left and right leg with eyes closed. Exercise leads to harmony and balance - both external and internal. Like any balance, the asana tree requires simultaneous concentration and relaxation, a high degree of awareness of internal sensations and extension throughout the body. Trees, in general, have a lot to learn - their stamina and stability, their peace, their growth, energy exchange between heaven and earth ... First you need to stand with your eyes closed on your left leg. Press the entire right foot to the left thigh, with your fingers pointing down. Balancing on the left leg, connect your palms and extend your arms above your head. Perform from 9 to 108 breaths. After you need to stand with your eyes closed on your right leg. Press the entire left foot to the left thigh, with your fingers pointing down. Balancing on the right leg, connect palms with hands gathered at the heart. Perform from 9 to 108 breaths.

In all exercises on inhalation or exhalation, the mantra OM or AUM is mentally pronounced

There are seven causes of body diseases:

  • daytime sleep
  • waking at night
  • sexual intercourse
  • stay in the crowd
  • unhealthy food
  • urinary retention and defecation
  • debilitating mental operations with prana.

Obstacles in practice:

  • faced with diseases, people who are afraid of them say: the cause of my illnesses is practice
  • doubts about the effectiveness of the practice
  • frivolity or confusion
  • indifference or laziness.
  • sleep
  • attachment to sensory objects
  • mistaken perception or misconception
  • attachment to worldly affairs
  • lack of faith
  • inability to know the truth