Transmuting Pain to Power
Healing Our Selves
Develop Your UNIQUE Mindfulness Practice
Emotionally, Physically, and Spiritually, Healers must heal from the traumas. The activities here facilitate the healing process: Spiritually, Emotionally, and Physically.
The Five Tibetan Rites - Pose 1
A system of exercises said to be more than 2,500 years old.
Five Tibetan Rites - Pose 2
First publicized in Peter Kelder's 1939 book, "The Eye of Revelation";
Five Tibetan Rites - Pose 3
The Rites are said to be a form of Tibetan yoga, emphasizing "a continuous sequence of movement."
Five Tibetan Rites - Pose 4
Each movement is done no more than 21 times; six (6) days per week; resting on the 7th Day.
Five Tibetan Rites - Pose 5
The Benefits: increased energy, stress reduction and enhanced sense of calm, clarity of thought, increased strength and flexibility; resulting in an overall improvement in health and well being.
A simple system of self massaging specific points on the physical body; stimulating neurologically to the lymphatic system in each area of the body: to the organs and glands themselves.
My Daily Work
Connecting with Life
12-Minute Kirtan Kriya
From the Kundalini yoga tradition, Kirtan Kriya is called a singing exercise. This NON-religious practice practiced for just 12 minutes a day has been shown to reduce stress levels and increase activity in areas of the brain that are central to memory.