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Boost Your Immune System

Meditation to Boost Your Immune System
Originally taught on January 31, 1996.
This kriya is published in the manual “Praana Praanee Praanayam.”boost immune system
Sit in Easy Pose with your chin in and your chest out. Stick your tongue all the way out and keep it out as you rapidly breathe in and out through your mouth. This is called Dog Breath. Continue this panting diaphragmatic breath for 3-5 minutes.
To finish, inhale, and hold your breath for 15 seconds and press the tongue against the upper palate. Exhale. Repeat this sequence two more times.
This exercise brings energy to your immune system to fight infection. It is a very healing exercise. When you feel a tingling in your toes, thighs, and lower back it is an indication that you are doing this exercise correctly. Physical exercises and pranayam meditations are great ways to boost the immune system!


Meditation – Breath of Ten to Become Disease Free
This meditation can be found in the manual “Self-Experience.” 
Posture: Sit in any meditative posture, i.e., Easy Pose or in a chair with a straight spine with a light neck lock (Jalandhar Bandh).
Focus: The eyes are closed, looking upwards into the third eye point.
Breath: The breath is combined with the movement of the hands. Inhale in 5 strokes through the nose and exhale in 5 strokes through the mouth. Each stroke of breath is one clapping motion. Do not break the rhythm of the movement and breath.



Mantra: There is no mantra with this meditation.
Mudra: Your elbows are bent and your forearms and hands are relaxed and in a clapping position. Your hands move in and out like you are clapping but they do not touch. Stop the inward motion when the hands are about 6 to 8 inches apart. Move slowly and rhythmically. Concentrate on the energy that you can feel between the palms of your hands.
End: Inhale deeply, hold your breath for 20 seconds as you press your hands against your face as hard as you can. Exhale. Inhale deeply, hold your breath for 20 seconds as you strongly press your hands against your heart center. Exhale. Inhale deeply, hold your breath for 20 seconds as you press your hands against your navel point. Exhale and relax.
Comments: This is magnetic energy therapy. The energy connection between the hands must not be broken. This exercise triggers the command center to wake up the immune system.

Do this meditation every day for 11 minutes and it will put all the Chakras in rhythm.


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