“Any nervous disorder you can conquer by this exercise” “I want you to go home just enriched with something. Not just came to a class and learned something. No, come to class, be something. Don’t come here to learn with me. There are so many people who teach you to learn things. There is a difference. Here, you have to be, not to learn. Learning, go somewhere else”.
Yogi Bhajan came to Yoga West in October-November 1994. He taught a series of classes designed to break the hypnotic trance that locks our psyches in a habitual pattern of perception. Going beyond the familiar forms that limit our perception we can stabilize a state of Shuniya in ourselves that allows us to perceive reality as it is.
Sitting straight, chest slightly forward, place Elbows at the ribs, Palms facing upwards and towards your face. Close the eyes 9/10, looking at the tip of your nose. Now imagine that you have eyes at the back of the skull and look through those eyes in the back. Breathe very slowly.
Long breath is long life. This is the position in which mankind first learned to pray. Feel the connection of the second and fourth chakras. 21min.
Inhale, press hands on heart, right over left, hold, squeeze, exhale powerfully. 3X.