Shopping Cart Empty!

    Chakra Breathing

    More Views

    • Chakra Breathing

    Chakra Breathing [CDs]

    Be the first to review this product

    Availability: In stock

    Rs. 150.00
    OR

    Quick Overview

    INTRODUCTION: Chakra Breathing meditation can help you become aware of and experience each of the seven chakras. This meditation is active and uses deep rapid breathing and body movement, accompanied by musical sounds to open and bring awareness and vitality to the chakras, The meditation enables you to bring silence and vitality into your everyday life.
    INTRUCTIONS:Stage One: Chakra Breathing: This meditation is best done on an empty stomach in the early morning or late afternoon before dinner. It is recommended to first do the meditation using side one of the tape which includes the instructions. After you become familiar with the meditation, you can use side two CD-1 is also helpful for introducing the meditation to other people. Stand with feet as wide apart as your hips or shoulders. Let your body be loose and relaxed. Close your eyes and with mouth open start taking deep rapid breaths in the first chakra. As you breath let your attention be in the pelvic area of your body, where the first chakra is located. Equal emphasis should be put on both the in and out breaths. Don't force your breathing: breathe in a rhythm that feels comfortable and allow you to become aware of the feelings and sensations of each chakra Breathe in the first chakra until you hear a bell which indicates to start breathing into the second chakra.Each time you hear a bell move this deep rapid breathing up into the next chakra, the third, then the fourth, fifth, sixth and with the last bell, the seventh chakra. As you breath up from chakra to chakra your breathing should become more rapid and more gentle, so that you are taking about twice as many breaths in the seventh chakra as you were in the first. While breathing, it is helpful to shake your body stretch, tilt or rotate your pelvis and move your hands in any way that you feel but let your feet stay in one spot. Allow your feet, knees, hips, and other joints to become like springs so that once you set the breathing and body into motion, the movement will become continuous and effortless. Let your awareness remain primarily in the sensations of the chakras, rather than the breathing or the body movement. After breathing in the seventh chakra, you will hear three bells. This is the signal to let your breath and awareness turn and fall back down through each chakra, As you breathe down allow your breath to become slower from chakra to chakra, Let the energy flow down by itself from the seventh chakra to include the entire spectrum of chakra energy from top to bottom, like seven colors blending into one rainbow. This downward breathing should take about two minute and it is up to you how long you breathe into each chakra.After you finish this sequence, stand silently for a few moments before starting the next sequence. This upward and downward breathing sequence should be repeated three times, or for a total of about 45 minutes. If you don't feel the energy of your chakras at first, just breathe into the area where they are located. Remember not to push the breath -instead, allow the breath and body movement to be like a bridge and carry you into the sensation and qualities of energy of each chakra, Becoming sensitive to the different qualities of each chakra comes not through force but through awareness and patience. Stage Two: Just sitting After the third breathing sequence, sit with closed eyes in silence for at least 15 minutes, or longer if you wish, As you sit don't focus on anything in particular. Allow yourself to become aware of and watch whatever is happening within. Remember, for doing any meditation Osho has suggested that one be relaxed, remain a witness to whatever is happening, and not judge it.Above all, do this meditation only if it feels good and if it takes your deeper into peace, joy and bliss. If it starts bringing up emotions that are disturbing, it is recommended that you try a cathartic meditation instead, such as Dynamic Meditation

    Details

    INTRODUCTION: Chakra Breathing meditation can help you become aware of and experience each of the seven chakras. This meditation is active and uses deep rapid breathing and body movement, accompanied by musical sounds to open and bring awareness and vitality to the chakras, The meditation enables you to bring silence and vitality into your everyday life.
    INTRUCTIONS:Stage One: Chakra Breathing: This meditation is best done on an empty stomach in the early morning or late afternoon before dinner. It is recommended to first do the meditation using side one of the tape which includes the instructions. After you become familiar with the meditation, you can use side two CD-1 is also helpful for introducing the meditation to other people. Stand with feet as wide apart as your hips or shoulders. Let your body be loose and relaxed. Close your eyes and with mouth open start taking deep rapid breaths in the first chakra. As you breath let your attention be in the pelvic area of your body, where the first chakra is located. Equal emphasis should be put on both the in and out breaths. Don't force your breathing: breathe in a rhythm that feels comfortable and allow you to become aware of the feelings and sensations of each chakra Breathe in the first chakra until you hear a bell which indicates to start breathing into the second chakra.Each time you hear a bell move this deep rapid breathing up into the next chakra, the third, then the fourth, fifth, sixth and with the last bell, the seventh chakra. As you breath up from chakra to chakra your breathing should become more rapid and more gentle, so that you are taking about twice as many breaths in the seventh chakra as you were in the first. While breathing, it is helpful to shake your body stretch, tilt or rotate your pelvis and move your hands in any way that you feel but let your feet stay in one spot. Allow your feet, knees, hips, and other joints to become like springs so that once you set the breathing and body into motion, the movement will become continuous and effortless. Let your awareness remain primarily in the sensations of the chakras, rather than the breathing or the body movement. After breathing in the seventh chakra, you will hear three bells. This is the signal to let your breath and awareness turn and fall back down through each chakra, As you breathe down allow your breath to become slower from chakra to chakra, Let the energy flow down by itself from the seventh chakra to include the entire spectrum of chakra energy from top to bottom, like seven colors blending into one rainbow. This downward breathing should take about two minute and it is up to you how long you breathe into each chakra.After you finish this sequence, stand silently for a few moments before starting the next sequence. This upward and downward breathing sequence should be repeated three times, or for a total of about 45 minutes. If you don't feel the energy of your chakras at first, just breathe into the area where they are located. Remember not to push the breath -instead, allow the breath and body movement to be like a bridge and carry you into the sensation and qualities of energy of each chakra, Becoming sensitive to the different qualities of each chakra comes not through force but through awareness and patience. Stage Two: Just sitting After the third breathing sequence, sit with closed eyes in silence for at least 15 minutes, or longer if you wish, As you sit don't focus on anything in particular. Allow yourself to become aware of and watch whatever is happening within. Remember, for doing any meditation Osho has suggested that one be relaxed, remain a witness to whatever is happening, and not judge it.Above all, do this meditation only if it feels good and if it takes your deeper into peace, joy and bliss. If it starts bringing up emotions that are disturbing, it is recommended that you try a cathartic meditation instead, such as Dynamic Meditation

    Additional Information

    Publisher Osho World Foundation

    Product Tags

    Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.