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COMMUNICATION BETWEEN THE HEMISPHERES

Le cerveau est la cl pour une communication efficace et pour avoir lexprience de la flicit parce quil fait partie intgrante de toutes nos actions et dcisions. Trs peu de techniques ont le pouvoir de revitaliser le cerveau compltement. Ce kriya si dynamique est un exemple de comment le mouvement, la respiration, et le son peuvent quilibrer le cerveau, ouvrir la communication entre ses 5 sections et les 2 hmisphres pour stimuler son propre pouvoir de gurison. Cela saccompli par lajustement chimique et lectrique, et les effets expriments sont la fois une relaxation physique et mentale. Lquilibre des 2 hmisphres vous permet de transformer les ides en actions et de fonctionner comme un tout intgral. Lutilisation des mantras avec les p ostures stimule la cavit centrale du cerveau (sous la glande pinale), pour pouvoir couter la voix intrieure de lme. NB la pinale est lil au moyen duquel lhomme harmonise le monde intrieur et extrieur. 1. Sit in Easy Pose and extend the arms out to the sides parallel to the ground with the right palm facing down and the left palm facing up (1A): Begin a pumping motion with the right arm, lowering it to a 30 angle and raising it to the original position as fast as possible. For every three pumps of the right arm touch the left shoulder with the left hand once (1B) then return it to the original parallel position. Continue with RF 7 minutes. This exercise works on synchronizing the left and right hemispheres of the brain. As a result you may experience irritation, anger or depression during the exercise. Keep up. Practiced regularly, it helps to create a rhythm in your personality. The left hemisphere is the elementary brain which releases memory of movement patterns. If the left brain is not working properly, the right brain will not function properly either. The right brain controls projection and has an independent identity from the left brain. 2. Sit in Easy Pose. Extend the arms out to the sides parallel to the floor with the palms facing down. Begin pumping the arms up and down as though you were trying to fly. Raise and lower the arms 30in each direction (2A). Pump the arms up and down 7 times (up and down is one count) and on the eighth count extend the arms straight out in front of the body with the palms facing away from each other 4 to 6 inches apart (2B). Continue moving at a consistent pace while chanting Har Har Har Han, Har Har Har Har. Command the arms with the sound of the mantra and concentrate on touching the upper palate with the tip of the tongue on the r sound of the mantra. Keep the eyes closed and continue for 5 minutes. La pratique de cet exercice vous permet dexprimenter le pouvoir de lier le mouvement au mantra. Cet exercice fait que la cavit centrale du cerveau grave ses propres vibrations rayonnantes. Quand cela se produit le mental devient automatiquement mditatif et prt la prire.

3. Lie down on the back. Raise the legs straight up, grasp the middle of the feet and hold them tightly (3). Begin jumping the whole body like a Mexican jumping bean. Move the shoulders as well. Jump! Jump once per second and continue for 5 minutes. This exercise adjusts the ribcage and strengthens the nervous system to help avoid any serious disease. 4. Lie on the stomach and arch up into Bow Pose (4). Arch the spine completely, keeps the head up and begin rocking back and forth from the knees to the upper chest while powerfully chanting the mantra Humee Hum, Toomee Toom, Wahe Guru. I am Thine in Mine Myself, Wahe Guru. Continue for 5 minutes. 5. Sit in Easy Pose. Extend the arms out to the sides parallel to the floor with the palms facing up (SA). Begin moving the arms up 30 and down 30 for seven counts. On the eighth count clap the hands overhead (5B). Keep the eyes closed; concentrate on the spine and the navel point. Consciously circulate the spinal fluid from the base of the spine to the top of the head and back down in a circular pattern. Continue for 6 minutes. (Musical Variation: Chant the mantra Humee Hum, Toomee Toom, Wahe Guru while moving the arms. When you chant the word Guru, clap the hands overhead.)

6. Move the arms as in Exercise 5. On the seventh beat stand up (6A) and on the eighth beat clap the hands over the head (6B). Continue for 9 minutes. (Musical Variation: Chant the mantra Humee Hum, Tumee Toom, Wahe Guru. When you chant Wahe stand up, on Guru Clap the hands over the head and then sit back down in easy pose.) This exercise, while energizing, is not meant to fatigue the body. Done correctly with a powerful pumping of the arms, U pressurizes the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems, and affects the electromagnetic field. This charges the spinal fluid and grey matter of the brain and allows the nervous system to spring into action, helping to prevent senility and old age. 7. Come into Cow Pose (7) and close your eyes. Breathe long and deep holding this posture for 9 minutes. Then slowly come out of the posture and relax in Easy Pose. (Musical Variation: Dhan Dhan Ram Das Guru by Sangeet Kaur. Sing from the navel point one repetition of the shabad.)

The health and flexibility of the lower spine are instrumental in maintaining a regular, trouble free menstrual cycle. This exercise works to loosen the vertebrae in the lower spine and thus helps prevent cramping and other menstrual irregularities 8. Sit down with the legs extended straight out in front. Grasp the toes, tuck the chin in and stretch the spine straight (8). Begin chanting Har Har Har Gobinde, Har Har Har Mukande, Har Har Har Udaare, Har Har Har Apaare, Har Har Har Hariang, Har Har Har Kariang, Har Har Har Nirnaame, Har Har Har Akaame. Each time the word Har is spoken pump the navel point. Continue for 4 minutes.