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Heal a Broken Heart with Kundalini Yoga Meditation December 1, 2010

Posted by Catalyst Yogi in meditation.
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Each one of us has  had our hearts broken through betrayal, hurt and disappointment. It is just part of the human experience.  A broken heart is a  real thing and not just some ‘sappy’ song you hear on the radio.

Science has discovered that when we experience a  break in relationship, the nervous system and brain acts identically as if there has been a physical injury or loss of limb.

If you experience upper back pain, pain behind your heart chakra or you are unable to receive love from others – you have a Closed Heart Chakra and this meditation is for you.

Meditation to Heal A BROKEN HEART

To heal the emotional wounds of the Heart we need to bring calm to the nerves that hold the wound. With this meditation the Autonomic System will relax and your breath will automatically move toward a meditative pace to renew and relax your Heart and Mind.

The Mudra creates Balance; it generates a subtle pressure which adjusts the HEART MERIDIAN along the LITTLE FINGER and OUTER FOREARM.

Music: A version of  Guru Ram Das playing in the background

Sit in easy pose with a STRAIGHT SPINE and a light neck lock.
Mudra: Palms together, lightly touching.
Tips of SATURN (middle) fingers is at the level of the 3rd eye.
The forearms are horizontal tot the ground, elbows high. Go deep within.
Time: 11 mins.
End: Inhale, Exhale, Relax the Breath. Clasped hands stretch arms up for 2 mins

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1. Carlie車厘子 - December 1, 2010

Thanks for sharing. I’ll try it out.

2. cassinymaud - December 3, 2010

Isn’t the Heart Meridian of Chinese origin? But anyway, I like the scientific(?) or at least reflective stance on how yoga can heal a broken heart. The post title definitely caught my attention. I’ll have to look this up again the next time my heart gets broken.


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