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.
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