How’s Your Nervous System These Days?
It’s fair to say that by any measure, that as a collective, we are living in stressful times. There is plenty of research that shows unmanaged chronic stress is the root cause of all health challenges because it wreaks havoc on our central nervous system, one of the most crucial parts of the human body.
Our nervous system is responsble for carrying out so many vital functions inclluding taking care of digestion, the beating of our heart, responding to pain, regulating everything from our breathing, to our emotions, immunity and more.
Keeping your nervous system healthy is essential to enjoying a good quality of life.
One of the most powerful practices designed specifically to build stability and resilience in the nervous system is Kundalini Yoga and Meditation.
Kundalini yoga is a form of yoga that involves a unique combination of precise repetitive movements, breathing exercises, chanting mantra, and meditation.
I fell in love with it because of the extraordinary interplay between the practical science of the material world and the expansive infinity of divine consciousness.
In other words, one of the most intriguing powers Kundalini Yoga is that as we bring balance to our physical body, we awaken our heart and spirit and as we connect with our spirit we ignite healing in the body.
The ancient techniques of Kundalini Yoga create very specific physiological responses in the body that lead to a sense of deep well being, peace and ease.
Known as the Yoga of Awareness, the tools give you an experience of yourself beyond the limits of time and space. The practice cleans out subconscious thought patterns and gives you an experience of the depth of your true identity. This direct experience of your true nature creates a foundation of inner strength, confidence, self compassion and security on which to build your life.
I’ve practiced yoga for over ten years, but when I discovered Kundalini yoga five years ago, I tapped into something deep within myself that gave me the ability to see and experience life from an elevated perspective.
It was the embodiment of what it means to be a spiritual being having a human experience.
Sound interesting? Please join me live in person on Mondays @6pm starting next week.