Our emotional field is expressed at the energy center of the solar plexus,and when we feel out of balance emotionally we must balance the 3rd chakra (located at the solar plexus) by refocusing our mind/body relationship using conscious intention that shifts the energy field.
I invite you to master your mind and emotions by joining me via video to for this fun movement practice from Kundalini Yoga. This is a gentle and effective practice to deal with calming excessive ruminations of the"monkey mind" and smooth out emotional overwhelm.
Use this simple movement sequence to unravel the reactive thought patterns that recur due to unconscious emotional processing.The emotional energy is transformed and thoughts are, in a sense, "detached" from the emotional energy to allow clarity of mind and calmness in the physical body.
This kriya (or practice)is highly recommended during times of increased solar flare activity as the magnetism of the sun-to-earth relationship isalways influencing the human nervous system.
When our 3rd chakra energy is being heightened by activity from the sun our mental/emotional field becomes "triggered" to bring forth unresolved emotions and beliefs for clearing.
This is because the higher frequency solar energy is trying to integrate into our bodies but there is too much lower frequency emotional energy in the 3rd chakra to allow full harmonizing of the sun with the physical body.
This movement sequence literally "captures and transforms" that lower energy using arm movements and mental focus.
Warm Ups for the Spine
Meditation to Separate Thoughts from Emotion
Guided Imagery to Relax and Connect with Heart & Navel Energies
NOTE: If you are notable to fully extend the right arm, modify by making the right arm movement smaller until you are able to "clap" the energy ball without experiencing pain.
I recommend that you sit cross legged using a cushion to raise and support your pelvis OR sit on a straight chair with both feet resting on the floor. Never push yourself to move outside of your authentic range of motion - be gentle with yourself as you explore this practice.
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