Kriya for the Neutral Mind

Being neutral means being centered in the midst of everything.  It means that you are awake, aware, alert, centered, prepared and conscious in the middle of everything and everywhere. 

 This kriya will help you develop the sense of being invincible.  It requires mental strength to hold the positions.  Your nervous system and glandular system will become stronger and so will your mental focus.  Remember to breathe long and deep during the exercises. 

 Exercise 1

Sit up tall with your legs stretched out in front of you

Toes are pointed up

Bring your arms up to shoulder level, parallel with your legs

Turn your palms inward to face each other

Close your eyes and focus at your brow point

Hold this position and breathe long and deep

3 minutes

 Exercise 2

Lie down on your mat

Inhale your arms and legs up to a 90 degree angle

Turn your palms inward to face each other

Close your eyes and focus at your brow point

Hold this position and breathe long and deep

3 minutes

 Exercise 3

Remain lying on the mat 

In this exercise you will be bringing your legs parallel to your chest

Inhale your knees to your chest

Bring you hands to the top of your buttocks and use your hands to bring you legs parallel to your chest

Balance here

Bring your arms up above your head and turn your palms inward to face each other

Close your eyes and focus at your brow point

Hold this position and breathe long and deep

3 minutes

 Exercise 4

 Come to standing at the back of your mat

Inhale very deeply

As you exhale, bend at the waist until your back is flat

Your arms are hanging parallel to your legs

Palms are turned to each other

Head is up

Close your eyes and focus at your brow point

Hold this position and breathe long and deep

3 minutes

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