An addiction is anything you cannot stop on command. It can be to substances, smoking, alcohol, co-dependent relationships, food issues and eating disorders, even lying, boasting, and advancement can be an addiction.
Stress. Stress is killing us and the inability to deal with the pressure of the times. We look externally to compensate for what strength and vitality is lacking within. The “Age of Computers” is bombarding our psyche and we look for a quick fix to deal withthe overwhelm of stress.
It is hard because our mentality is a pill popping mentality. We look for overnight fixes, sensations and we do not have the stamina to sustain our strength, grit and determination.
Kundalini Yoga strengthens the nervous system which becomes disabled with drugs, stress and even junk food. A weakened nervous system handicaps us and creates a vulnerability to temptation. Yoga strengthens the nerves, balances the glandular system (the guardian of health) and enables the entire endocrine system to function optimally. This establishes the ability to act effectively rather than react emotionally during stressful and challenging situations. The practice of meditation recalibrates the psychological addictive patterning, enables greater focus and develops inner strength, clarity and emotional stability.
The differences in SuperHealth yogic approach:
No, not at all. Who is not? It’s not about him over there who has a problem and we ok. Who is not without difficulties? The question is how we deal with it. Everyone has the right to change and be happy. We strive to give hope and support those who are bogged down by the undertow of life. Once we remind him that God dwells within, he will be absolutely fine – perfect!
Inhale 5 seconds, hold 5 seconds, and slowly exhale breath out 5 seconds. Begin for 3 minutes, then increase to 5, 11 and eventually 31 minutes. It will maximize oxygen capacity to the brain, increase lung capacity and allow the mind to be still while the body relaxes and is at peace.
When you feel anxious or itchy/nervous, place the fingertips together and roll the fingers around while keeping the fingertips touching. Continue for 3-11 minutes. (See correct hand position in Meditation #4)
To break a habit practice one of the following breathing techniques: