Strengthening the Nervous System-3 Functions and Yoga

 Strength­en­ing the Nervous/Sensory System

When the ner­vous sys­tem is strong, noth­ing both­ers you.  It also stim­u­lates the pitu­itary and gives you an expanded intu­itive sense while mak­ing your mind clear and deci­sive.  If the aura and nerves are weak it is dif­fi­cult to act on your ideals.  I teach kriyas(exercises or actions) that help direct your­self with con­scious­ness and courage.  These kris and med­i­ta­tions help focus your con­nec­tion with your self through the self sen­sory sys­tem by devel­op­ing and strength­en­ing your ner­vous sys­tem so that all that receive is is what you attracted and what you project is clear, deci­sive and positive.

Ner­vous Sys­tem Anatomy and Phys­i­ol­ogy:
Why is the Ner­vous Sys­tem so impor­tant?
Because your whole body counts on smooth func­tion of the entire ner­vous sys­tem:  The three func­tions of the ner­vous sys­tem include sen­sory func­tions, Inte­gra­tive func­tions and Motor func­tions.  These func­tions together keep us in touch with our envi­ron­ments, main­tains home­osta­sis and accounts for thought, learn­ing, and memory.

First there is sen­sory input from the exter­nal envi­ron­ment relat­ing to sound, light, and tem­per­a­ture and sen­sory input from the body inter­nally from recep­tors detect­ing vari­a­tions in pres­sure, tem­per­a­ture, pH, car­bon diox­ide con­cen­tra­tions, and lev­els of elec­trolytes.  These sen­sory inputs are con­verted into elec­tri­cal sig­nals called nerve impulses that are trans­mit­ted to the brain.  Your deci­sions are made in each moment based on this sen­sory input when the brain brings the sig­nals together to cre­ate sen­sa­tions, pro­duce thoughts, or to add mem­ory.  This sec­ond func­tion is called inte­gra­tion.
Lastly the third func­tion is motor out­put that is based on the sen­sory input and inte­gra­tion.  The ner­vous sys­tem then responds by send­ing sig­nals to mus­cles, caus­ing them to con­tract, or to glands, caus­ing them to secrete.  Mus­cles and glands are called effec­tors because they cause an effect in response to direc­tions from the ner­vous system.

So why do you need to know all this?  Because your under­stand­ing and inten­tions behind your yoga prac­tice greatly impacts how you man­age your life and how you relate to oth­ers dur­ing your per­sonal devel­op­ment.  When you become aware and take respon­si­bil­ity for your actions then you become a co-creator of your real­ity.  This co-creation of your real­ity enables you to enhance your poten­tial. Ask your­self, will you choose to invest in your well being or will the world shape you…

Specif­i­cally, Kun­dalini Move­ments, mantra, and mudra are designed to strengthen your ner­vous sys­tem. The ner­vous sys­tem is the build­ing block of our human exis­tence.  It is impor­tant to under­stand why we chant cer­tain vibra­tions that cre­ate an effect as your tongue presses on dif­fer­ent parts of the palate;
It is impor­tant to know why we hold our hands in cer­tain mudras to direct the energy flow in the body for a cer­tain nerve response in its rela­tion­ship with the glands and skeletal/muscular sys­tems of the body.
It is also impor­tant to know why we move our bod­ies or hold a pos­ture for a cer­tain amount of time so that you can repro­gram your cells and re-train your bod­ies to live nat­u­rally with­out any pain.

Kun­dalini Yoga is a tech­nol­ogy that enhances the strength of your per­sonal energy so that it is directed and joined with uni­ver­sal con­scious­ness.  When con­scious­ness is joined in a group then any­thing is possible.

As you develop your poten­tial you will real­ize that your present sit­u­a­tion is not who you are but a resid­ual out­come of your past thoughts and actions.  Every new move­ment, every new thought, every new mudra, and every chant gets you closer to who you really are.  Cel­e­brate the true you.

Con­tact me at dhyanjot@gmail.com to apply for the “Mas­ter the Self” Con­sul­ta­tion.  All you will need is 15 min­utes a day.  It will change your whole life, develop your poten­tial, and con­nect you with your destiny.

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