In the tantric tradition of Sri Vidya, chakrasana is used for shakti chalana—the awakening of kundalini shakti, the primordial pool of energy and intelligence that resides in the human body.
Far more than making the body wheel-shaped, chakrasana can introduce our conscious awareness to the chakras—clusters of dormant energies that give chakrasana its name. Eventually, using the power of breath, mind, and mantra, we attain a direct realization of the chakras and their latent energies.
In the esoteric tradition of hatha yoga, chakrasana creates a bridge between six chakras. In the tradition of kundalini yoga, it bridges seven chakras; and in the tradition of Sri Vidya, it links nine chakras in one continuous flow of consciousness.
I personally love this asana because it brings so much relief to my back. While doing yoga alot of times you can instantly feel all the negative or stiff energy leave your body. The wheel pose is one of those. Apart from the physical relief and happiness it brings, it makes you feel light, relieved and in my case it makes me super jumpy and happy after I am done with it. But then isn’t that what yoga is about.
Its an inward onward practice. It brings you closer to yourself, your own abilities, your strengths and give you the power to believe in you self.
Love and believe in yourself even if nobody does because firstly its only your opinion that matters secondly eventually everyone comes round!
Lastlyyyyy (i promise coz i know my posts are long) i have immense respect for the entire yoga community who put up these beautiful pictures on the beach or basically in nature because when i tried to do this I realised how difficult it was to hang they’re for even seconds when your hands and legs are just slipping into the sand 🐷
PC : @oorja.yoga remember how much trouble we had with the sand (haha)
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#BalancedForSpring | Day 1 | Balance on toes
Tadasana is one of the pose to start learning to balance on the toes. It all about focus here, thus helps to increase the power of concentration. It also helps to lengthen the spine, feet and legs. I usually include this pose as a warm up in my practice ☺
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