This is one of the most ancient, yet simple Yoga exercises. If done correctly, you will clearly feel the energy filling your body and recharging your every cell (especially if you do the advanced version as explained more below).
The meditation is traditionally done lying down on your back, with your head facing north and your arms at your side. Nevertheless, you may certainly try to do it in any position comfortable for you, even sitting down.

Specific benefits of this practice:

1. Activates the healing and rejuvenating processes of the body.
2. Recharges body and mind.
3. Enhance oxygen absorption through the apneas (the contraction of the spleen causes a higher level of blood cells to circulate).
4. The deep breathing improves cardiac activity and facilitates the return flow of the venous blood to the heart and lungs.
5. The focus on the pineal gland facilitates the activation and well-functioning of this very precious gland.

Advanced Pranic Rejuvenation – How-To

This guided meditation is perfect for beginners, because the apneas are quite short.
With the practice, one should become able to hold his breath up to 30 seconds and even more, while at the same time becoming intensely aware of every part of the body that is being charged with energy.
For extremely powerful results, every part of the body should be perceived three-dimensionally, with all its internal organs as well. Ideally, you should perceive the energy filling first the most internal layers of each area, to expand then towards the surface, up to an inch beyond the skin, forming a force field.
Apart from the ability to visualize the different parts of the body, an even more important factor is to develop a kinaesthetic sensibility, physically feeling the energy vibration.
In time one should become able to feel warmth, tingling or similar feelings clearly.
I suggest practicing the pranic rejuvenation for no less than 15 minutes at a time, if necessary passing again on the same areas of the body or lengthening the final part when you focus on the pineal gland.

 

Music: “Sacred Heart” by Johann Kotze