Increase your energy with Tibetan Rites
by Jennifer Townes
The Five Tibetan Rites are said to be over 2500 years old and originated as a form of yoga.
These are not your typical yoga poses, these rites are about movement and are meant to flow together at a moderate to quick pace.
It is widely believed that they are a key to prolonged youth that has been so sought after throughout history.
It may come as a shock to hear that five exercises done daily taking no more than 20 minutes to complete can have such a profound impact on your life, health, vitality and appearance, but that is precisely what these rites can do if practiced daily.
There are indeed varying tales and theories surrounding the history of the Five Rites. As it stands,Peter Kedler was in communication with a man known as Colonel Bradford. Bradford, it is stated, traveled to Tibet in search of the monastery he believed heald the secret of youth, which he first learned of years before while in India. In Tibet, he located the group of lamas that he preached held the secret of youth. As the lamas explained to him this consisted of five exercises done daily, that operate with the Chakras.
Although that story is probably not entirely true, what we know for sure is that we have these exercises are available now, and the impact they will have in your life is profound. Consisting of five exercises performed in twenty-one repetitions, some of the benefits claimed by people who practice are as follows:
- increased physical strength
- relieve stress
- improve respiration
- enhance bone mass
- improve digestion
- eliminate fat around midsection
- strengthen core muscles
- heal back pain, strengthen spine
- oxygenate the body
- think more clearly, become more alert and improve memory
- improve sleep quality
- improve eyesight
- reverse signs of physical degeneration, look younger
- arthritis relief
- enhanced sexual performance
- increase endurance and stamina
- attain a great boost in energy of the body and mind
Science: Why the Tibetan Rites Work
Many in the scientific and medical community have come to conclude that meditation and exercise has profound and direct benefits on the seen and unseen forces at work with in our bodies and minds.
Regular deep meditation changes the brain in positive ways, research is now showing. This type of meditation seems to be associated with gamma waves (the electromagnetic rhythm of neurons firing very rapidly in harmony).
“These findings may help explain the beneficial health effects of mindfulness meditation, and suggest, for the first time, an underlying reason why mindfulness meditation programs improve mood and health,” said UCLA psychologist. From the standpoint of neuroscience, meditation can be characterized as a sequence of mental exercises by which one strengthens their command over the workings of their own brain.
In fact, science went as far as to invite the Dalai Lama in 2005 to lecture at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Washington, D.C. In his speech, the spiritual leader of Tibet highlighted the areas of similarity between neuroscience and Buddhist teachings about the mind.
To learn more about the Tibetans rites, I have found the out-of-print, old edition of Peter Kedler’s book, originally titled “The Eye of Revelation.”
This e-book comes with a 100% money back guarantee, so I’m really happy to point you to this classic in the natural health field. The exercises work for me, and I bet they’d work for you too. Click here for more details.