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Mantra Meditation involves reciting or chanting a sound or phrase repeatedly. The chanting or reciting connects massages the brain when the tongue touches the palate and massages the acupressure points. These acupressure points connect the nerves to the brain.
Kirtan Kriya is one of the many meditations in which one chants, presses finger and thumb tips in sequence to make the connection to the brain and the heart.
Regular practice helps to:
The technique is easy to learn and practice and can be practiced in a group or own your own and family members.
The words SAA TAA NAA MAA are easy to say. To help you start, use a recording to become familiar. There are many ways to practice this simple and highly effective Mantra Meditation e.g.
Pain is a message to your brain from your body, telling you that there is an issue in the body that needs your attention.
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I have been teaching yoga for over 11 years and like a lot of people, have suffered from different types of back pain, stress on the shoulders, neck pain, upper back pain, lower back pain and, whole body aching. Whenever I visited my doctor, I was given painkillers and asked to move more. I didn't want to take painkillers and I was active. The pain continued even though I was active, that's when I realised that the pain was more than physical pain....