The Physical and Spiritual Benefits of Kundalini Yoga

While the majority of people that practice yoga utilize elements of different kinds, one of the most beneficial types of yoga is Kundalini. This type of yoga focuses on the core of our being. Kundalini itself refers to the reservoir of untapped energy residing near the base of the spine, and within the Root chakra. By making use of this energy, this type of yoga works to benefit the perceptiveness of an individual and his or her connection to the world around them while opening all the seven main chakras that can be found in the human body. Kundalini works to release any energy or tensions which may exist so that it can benefit the individual mentally, physically, and spiritually. Ultimately, one that practices Kundalini should expect raised consciousness and a stronger connection to nature, themselves, and God.

Kundalini Yoga was introduced to the West in the 1960s by Yogi Bhajan, the founder of 3HO. Kundalini Yoga includes specific breathing techniques that are utilized to increase the benefits of each pose and movement. A class or a Kundalini Yoga DVD will reveal that breathing, as well as meditation and chanting, is an essential step of this yoga practice. The ultimate goal is to feel a connectedness between one another, the Earth, and with God.

For anyone that is interested in the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of this type of yoga, they should first begin by checking out reliable resources. One online resource that also includes several yoga related products is Yoga Technology. Yoga Technology has many online classes that provide beginners a glimpse into the world of yoga. There are also Kundalini Yoga DVD collections available from world-renowned Yogis. Learn more about this spiritual and beneficial yoga practice by visiting Yoga Technology today.

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