What is Harmony? Other than total balance…
This exercise is miraculous. When carried out with precision it will create harmony and this balance removes all tiredness. Nobody can enjoy life with a wavering mind and a turbulent mind can use up 40% of our energy. The only way to remove tiredness is to develop self-rhythm and for this we need to regulate our energy through our breath.
Sit in Sukhasana (easy pose) with a straight spine and bring the hands into Ravi Mudra. Connect the thumb tips to the Sun (ring) finger of both hands, keeping the other fingers straight. Rest the backs of your hands on your knees. Sit calmly for 30 seconds. Then begin to whistle Ardas Bhaee. Purse your lips and whistle properly: use only the lips: don’t whistle with the tongue. 9 and 1/2 minutes. ૐ
Stretch your spine straight. Turn your right palm upwards and the left palm downward. Extend the arms comfortably away from the body, the elbows and hands are in line with the diaphragm. Consciously inhale through the nose and exhale through the mouth. Breath long and deep and relax whilst you observe the hands. 5 minutes.
Experience yourself and allow the breath to take away the mental tiredness. Allow yourself to be energised and your beauty to reveal itself.
Put your left hand over the heart centre and place your right hand on top. Sing Om (ong) Namo Guru Dev Namo ૐ three times.
To finish: Inhale deeply (hold the breath for 10-15 seconds) and press your hands onto the heart centre. Press hard and squeeze the entire body. Exhale with a canon fire through the mouth. Repeat twice more.