Want To Raise Your Kundalini?
It’s all very easy. Ascetics will tell you to meditate on your navel for ten years. That isn’t necessary. You can raise your kundalini by playing the base chakra frequency near your body while doing pranayama breath of fire style. Do this for 2 months, once a day for 30minutes and your kundalini spirals to your head.
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Remember its vital to get your head in shape even before attempting kundalini rising. Now the following mental techniques do help:
1. Rosemary. This common herb may have an effect on the brain when the scent is inhaled. We are waiting for the research, but some people swear that by merely sniffing rosemary, their brain is woken up. It appears safe, so if you’ve got rosemary in your spice rack, give it a try.
2. Mindfulness exercises. Stop multitasking. Deal with tasks one at a time. This might mean putting things on a list, or making a phone call you have to make so you could forget them.
3. Write. Writing is good for your mind in several ways. It’s a way to tell your memory what’s important, so you will remember things more easily in the future. It is a means to clarify your thinking. It’s a means to exercise your creativity and analytical capability. Diaries, thought-diaries, story, note-taking and poetry – writing are all ways to use writing to boost your brain power.
4. Listen to Mozart. In a study at the University of California, researchers found that kids and sang daily in chorus, were considerably better at solving puzzles, and when tested, scored 80% higher in spatial intelligence than the non-musical group. In another study, 36 pupils were given three spatial reasoning tests on a standard IQ test. Before the second test, they listened to a relaxation tape. Before the third, 36 students sat in quiet. The average scores for all 36 students: 1st test: 119. 2nd test: 111. 3rd evaluation: 110. A nine-point boost from Mozart!
5. Develop your intuition. Intuition may be an important part of brainpower. Einstein and others have relied greatly on their intuitive hunches.
6. Avoid foods that cause subtle allergies. These can comprise corn, wheat, peanuts and dairy products. Watch yourself to see whether you’ve a problem with any of these. They cause brain fog and digestive problems in some people.
7. Sleep better. So long as you get a certain amount of slumber – probably a minimum of five hours – the quality seems to be more important than the quantity. Additionally, short naps in the afternoon seem to function nicely to recharge the brain for many people.
8. Caffeine. The research shows higher test scores for pupils who drink coffee before important exams. My chess game gets better. In other studies, it’s been demonstrated that too much caffeine results in poorer quality decisions. Caffeine affects people differently, and has some awful long term side effects for some of us, but short-term – it functions!
9. Avoid sugar. Any simple carbs can give you “brain fog.” Sometimes called the “sugar blues” as well, this dull feeling makes it hard to think clearly. It results from the insulin rushing into the bloodstream to counteract the sugar rush. Avoid sugars, pasta, white bread and potato chips before any important mental tasks.
10. Hypnosis sounds.