Balance your brain and your body with this simple exercise that takes three minutes or less. It has been employed by yogis for thousands of years and is just as effective today. It’s called Alternate Nostril Breathing. The accompanying recording by Jim Morningstar, PhD, gives exact instructions on how to harmonize both sides of your brain and bring you to a calm centered state.
The Lakota term for sweat lodge is
Inipi which means ‘to live again’. Inipi is a purification rite and is necessary in order to help the vision quest seeker enter into a state of humility and to undergo a kind of spiritual rebirth.The sweat lodge is central to Inipi. Prayers offered there draw on all the powers of the universe – Earth, Water, Fire and Air. In the old days, Inipi was done before any major undertaking to purify the body and gain strength and power.
The pelvic rock exercise relieves lower back pain and creates a pleasurable and relaxing flow of energy between the upper and lower body. It also unblocks stuck places in the pelvic area and generates an sense of well being, wholeness and joy. Jim Morningstar, PhD, demonstrates this simple exercise that anyone can do. It is one of dozens of energizing exercises in the Body Aliveness Series.
- Breathwork as it relates to issues like: safety, abundance, control, expression, sexuality, and intimacy.
- New insights for your own personal development and breathwork process and journey, and/or for professional practice with clients.
- The connections between certain body themes and their related breathing patterns
- Shared newly evolved techniques to release cognitive and emotional blockages