Last week, I offered a masterclass on rewiring the stress response.
Rewatch it here.
We talked a lot about how the breath is the one thing we can do to consciously train the nervous system and stress response to be more adaptive and resilient against stress.
I wanted to share an additional technique we did not have time to cover fully; Swara Yoga, the ancient tantric science of studying the breath.
In this guided breath-awareness and meditation, we'll create a balance between the left nostril (ida) and right nostril (pingala) to prepare the body and mind for a meditation at the third eye.
Every 90-minutes, nasal predominance changes side to side, mainly shaping your energetic condition.
When the right is predominant, you are active; you are more receptive when the left dominant. There are times when you need to be proactive and other times when it is necessary to open. Think leading a lecture vs. receiving a lecture.
Our ability to influence these energetic paradigms is the key to health and wellbeing and one of the most remarkable yogic accomplishments.
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