The amazing Tibetan Rites:
The tibetan rites are life changing exercises if practiced regularly. These are five set of exercise described as follows:
Keeping feet comfortably apart, start with hand stretched to each side like a fan, turn clock wise and complete the full circle at the starting spot. Repeat 21 times.Speed of rotation is as fast as one can go comfortably keeping the balance.
Breathing is normal eyes are softly closed end with both hands folded in a namaskar on to forehead and eyes open softly
2.Leg lift flat on back:
Lie flat on your back. Hands to the side close to the body. This involves two steps. First is to bring the two legs together straight up in a 90 degree angle and second is to raise the face to bring the chin to the base of the throat. End it with release and lie on back. Repeat 15- 21 times.
Leg lift: Additional
Breathe in while bringing the legs up and breathe out when legs go to the ground. When inhaling, also constrict the pelvic muscles and release the muscles when exhaling.
This is a variation then traditional camel pose in yoga. Start with sitting on knees, palms on buttocks. Chin is touching the base of the throat. With inhale take the head back as far as you can go. When inhaling, also constrict the pelvic muscles and release the muscles when exhaling. This is also like squeeze in the buttock like Mula Bhandh> Release and come to start. Repeat 15-21 times.
Camel Pose: Additional
Breath in when taking the head back and breathe out when bring the chin to base of the throat.Keeping eyes closed also helps to maintain the inner balance.
Sit with feet straight on the floor and hands to the side. Keep feet about 1 feet apart.Start with chin touching the base of the throat bring the body up and support with the two palms.head should be back as far as you can go. Make a bridge with two hands and two legs forming a pillar of the bridge. Feel the squeeze in the buttock like mula bhandh. Release and come back to original position. Repeat 15-21 times
Breathe in when making a bridge and breathe out when coming in a release position
This is different then traditional yoga plank. Make a downward dog, Bring the mid body down, chin up, support with both palms. Feel the squeeze in the buttock like a mula bandh. Come back into down ward dog. Make sure chin is touching the base of the throat when release. Also release the squeeze in the buttock. Repeat 15-21 times
Half Plank: Additional
Breathe out when going downward dog, breathe in when going to plank
These are the five poses and following benefits can be achieved.
In practitioner’s words: With tibetan rites the normal routine can be maintained very effectively. Some of the stressors are as follows:
Anger: Towards kids, spouse, etc. Can be managed such that anger does not come into play. If anger is there, it is superficial.
Energy remains very appropriate one can experience “yogi sleep” which is very active sleeping technique. Less hours of sleep are okay and do not cause fatigue.
Due to balancing of chakras, one can achieve inner balance.This helps in managing back, shoulder or any other pains.
Best time to practice yoga or tibetan rites is afternoon or early morning.
Being regular in the practice helps to build an inner craving such that you follow the routine daily.