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Kundalini Yoga Pregnancy Sets

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1 Kundalini Yoga Pregnancy Sets You are beautiful. You manifest the divine creative, creating power of the great Adi Shakti. Honor yourself: protect and take care of yourself. You are the Divine Mother in your very beautiful creative power. Honor yourself: laugh and be pleased! You made your body available to give life to your child. Honor yourself: be grateful. There is no greater sacrifice and no greater honor. You turn your own blood into milk to feed your child. Honor yourself: take care of yourself, your body, mind and spirit Independence is the art of prosperity. It is the highest spiritual strength. There is nothing that beats that. Yogi Bhajan Yogis see pregnancy as the gift of giving life. Yogi Bhajan said that being married is the highest yoga and children are the karmic teachers. The relationship with your partner is your highest spiritual practice and your baby will be the teacher from whom you will receive the lessons you need to move forward on your spiritual path. The purest thing in this world is a mother's heart ... It can move the universe. It can cause a reason beyond all limitations. Yogi Bhajan Adi Shakti is a woman's First Supreme Power of Creation. The deep desire to give life and love is biological and spiritual. Some women don't feel the need to have children and that's nice too. Everyone should have their own views and preferences. I always believe that if you want to be respected, heard, and understood, that you must first respect, hear, and understand. Understanding does not mean that you do not have to agree with other opinions, but to see the point of view in the thoughts and ideas. For some women, the whole pregnancy is a reminder of their past trauma and there are many women who go through just this. It is not necessary that you are married, you should be pregnant, or this or that. The most important part of a woman is that she has enough spirit, enough spiritual strength, enough dialogue as we call it, that she has her grace and hers Dignity can hold. Yogi Bhajan If you are planning to have a baby, meditate on it. It is good to visualize yourself with your baby bump. This will make you more receptive. You can attract and manifest it. Meditation is the direct relationship between you, the finite, and the

2 infinity. There are special exercises, chants and meditations to stimulate the navel (navel area). There are many women struggling with the pain of infertility, or having difficulty getting pregnant or maintaining the pregnancy. This can be very traumatic and painful. You should definitely contact a doctor and discuss any alternatives with them. Meditation will always keep you emotionally stable in the face of challenges. Based on the yoga philosophy, a child's soul enters the body on the 120th day. It is very popular that the mother should practice meditation and be extremely considerate from the 120th day of conception. Everything inside and out around the mother has an effect on the baby. The state of mind she is in, her thoughts, the situations, the words spoken, the food she eats, everything! When the baby is born one day, mom becomes the child's first role model. A mother sets values ​​and norms in every child for their success, peace of mind, and consciousness. Let us honor our mother for our own integrity and happiness. With an open heart, may we learn to serve and protect Mother Earth. Yogi Bhajan studies have shown that there is a relationship between premature birth and low birth weight due to stress. Mothers who are under physical stress gain less weight. Too much activity during pregnancy causes high blood pressure. Yoga and meditation can help avoid stressful situations. The practice of yoga slows down the body's oxygen supply and decreases the breathing rate, heartbeat and blood pressure., For the mothers who suffer from high blood pressure. The recitation of mantras helps get rid of negative mind states and elevates you. The various yogic breathing techniques can help you with your work. You can also balance the hormones during this time when you need it most. Always, always, always !! Before embarking on an exercise program, ask your doctor! If you have always been very active, plan to lower the intensity and, over time, as your body gains in size, plan to adapt the exercises to your pregnancy. Walking is one of the most recommended exercises for pregnant women. It massages the internal organs. Ideally, you should walk 2 to 5 miles a day. During pregnancy, don't practice until you get too tired. So, if you didn't have a lot of exercise before pregnancy, start with 20 minutes a day, and then add 5 minutes a day until you reach an hour. You can add the mantra SA TA NA MA. Sing one syllable per step. Chanting mantras is like touching divine heavenly chains. You enjoy the benefits of this mantra while balancing your glandular system. It also takes care of eliminating the negative thoughts that may arise. You can also take a pregnancy yoga class, where you know exactly that the exercises are what you need at this precise moment of pregnancy. There is a saying that nobody understands you better during pregnancy than another pregnant woman. Water is another element that is essential to you during this time. Make sure you drink a lot. Other good exercises for pregnancy do well in the pool or the ocean. Walk from side to side in the pool or ocean. Slow cycling is also very helpful. Try this by pressing your back against the pool wall, holding your arms out to either side, and resting your head against the side of the pool. Then start cycling slowly.

3 These water exercises feel great because they reduce the weight of gravity on the joints. As time goes by, the baby grows and the body changes. Good posture is the key to reducing pain in the future. The perfect position is to spread your legs hip-width apart so that the belly is in its center of gravity and the weight is distributed. Relax your lower back, lengthen your spine, open your rib cage, and relax your shoulders. ADI SHAKTI MEDITATION The words of this mantra from Mother Earth mean that it will bring unity and strength to this earth and change things for the better: Adi Shakti, Adi Shakti, Adi Shakti, Namo, Namo. Sarab Shakti, Sarab Shakti, Sarab Shakti, Namo, Namo Pritam Bhagwati, Pritam Bhagwati, Pritam Bhagwati, Namo Namo Kundalini, Mata Shakti, Mata Shakti, Namo, Namo The name ADI SHAKTI is of Hindi origin and means: ADI = first, SINGLE SHAKTI = Feminine Creative Universal Power. The FIRST, ONLY, female creative power of the universe. You can do this meditation as a song, or as a prayer. It is often done for 11 to 31 minutes. It is best to do it daily and keep it playing as music at home or at work 24/7. Projecting this mantra also takes negativity, erases fear, and makes wishes come true. So prepare for exaltation. And this mantra can also be sung very sweetly for a woman when on the 120th day of pregnancy the soul of the unborn child enters his little body. (Yogis celebrate this day with a feast for the mother!) And, of course, everyone, no matter whether man, woman or child, can use this loving mantra to get in touch with their own motherly power. The word NAMO means I bow. In doing so, you connect yourself to THE THAT you are bowing to. The translation is: I bow to the ADI SHAKTI, the ONLY, THE EARTH FORCE, the great creative power that was the beginning, SARAB SHAKTI, the divine power, PRITAM BAGWATI, the power that creates through the INFINITE power of the CREATOR, KUNDALINI MATA SHAKTI, the unlimited power that can rise in every human being via the Shushumna, the central channel, the INFINITE mother power. EXERCISES AND MEDITATIONS Long, deep breathing is one of the most common ways to breathe. This type of breathing is done with the lungs' full capacity, inhaling and exhaling. This is done very slowly, without forcing your breath. Usually the long deep breath is taken through the nose because it helps control it. However, it can also be done by mouth.

4 BENEFITS: distributes oxygen throughout the body, which promotes healing and a relaxed state of mind Prevents and reduces the build-up of toxins in the lungs Stimulates the production of endorphins and chemicals in the brain to fight depression Expands lung function, focus, patience, and flexibility Resistance builds up. This also includes the secretion of the pineal gland, which develops intuition, pumps the spinal fluid into the brain which makes the energy rise, strengthens the aura, which reduces insecurity and relieves fears, purifies the blood, gives control over negative emotions that help bad ones Getting rid of habits. In our normal daily life we ​​tend to use only a small fraction of our full lung capacity. 1 Minute Breath Benefits: It makes you receptive to dealing with stressful situations. How to do it: This can be practiced before sex to receive and understand: Sit cross-legged with your spine straight and your hands on your knees in Gyan Mudra (the tip of your index finger and tip of your thumb butt against each other). Now breathe in through your nose for 5 seconds, hold your breath comfortably for 5 seconds, and breathe out through your nose in 5 seconds. Slowly extend this technique until you can breathe in for 20 seconds, hold it for 20 seconds and exhale through your nose for 20 seconds. Most of the time this partial breathing lasts as long as a complete recitation of the Mool mantra in the mind. This should be done in such a way that you feel comfortable with it, do not force yourself! If you become pregnant, avoid holding your breath for very long periods of time. Apart from this yoga breathing technique, it is popular to do a meditation and relaxation of 11 minutes per day, whether at home or after a yoga class. To relax, lie down in a comfortable position. You can also put a pillow under your neck and one under your knees to relieve strain on your lower back. IMPORTANT! Avoid any inverted posture or posture that involves the head falling lower than the hips during pregnancy. Don't hold your breath out for long, but it's fine to hold it. FIRE BREATH breathe long and deep. Exhausting TWIST MOVEMENTS.

5 Kundalini Yoga Set for Pregnant Women Get into the mood: ONG NAMO GURU DEV NAMO 3 x, then: long, deep breathing, 1-3 min. Spine Reflex, 26 x sitting Sit in the simple posture and grab your ankles. Inhale as you push your chest forward and exhale as you pull your lower spine back. Breathe through your nose. The head stays at the same height. It takes the strain off the lower back. Standing You can also try this exercise while standing. Place your feet hip-width apart and bend your knees a little. Then place your hands on your knees and inhale as you push your spine down and exhale as your spine goes up and your head goes down. Torso Twist 26 x Sit in the simple posture and put your hands on your shoulders with your thumb pointing forward. Then inhale through your nose on the left and exhale on the right. The head turns with it.

6 Butterfly stretching, 2-3 min. Sit on the floor and bring the soles of your feet together. Grab your feet with both hands and move your knees up and down, inhaling and exhaling through your nose. End: you can put your hands on your knees, press them down and extend your spine for a few seconds. Sciatic pregnancy nerve extension, 2-3 min. Sit on the floor with your legs wide apart. Move your feet back and forth and stretch your arms forward, parallel to the floor, with your palms facing the floor. Vibrate the mantra SAT as you breathe in through your nose, NAM when you breathe out. Good for the lower back and to relieve gas and air in the abdomen. It also strengthens the back of the legs. Crow Start with 1 min., Then gradually increase the time. Stand up with your legs hip-width apart, your spine extended and looking ahead. Exhale and bend your knees as slowly as possible. Cross your fingers in the Venus grip and take your arms around or between your knees. Hold the position, breathe through your nose for at least 1 minute. The crow is a very popular yoga position during pregnancy. It prepares the body for childbirth, increases mobility and strengthens the pelvis. It helps clear air in your stomach and eases constipation. If this is too intense, you can lean against a wall for support.

7 Exercises for the Pelvis on the Floor Lie on your side, bend one knee so that the foot rests on the other leg, one bent arm is on top of your head, and place one hand behind your hip. Inhale through your nose and push your hips forward, then exhale and bring your hips back. 2-3 minutes on each side. Stand for 2-3 minutes. Take a sturdy chair. Stand him in front of you and grab him. Bring your legs to hip width and inhale through your nose and push your spine forward, then exhale and pull your spine back. For the upper back ***** pull up your shoulders in the simple position and put both hands on your knees. Inhale through your nose and straighten your elbows and bring your shoulders as high as you can. Exhale and let it fall. End: Inhale and pull your shoulders as high as possible and hold your breath for a few seconds, exhale and relax. Shoulder roll seats in the simple posture, and loosely bend your elbows and wrists. Breathe long and deep through your nose as you roll your shoulders back and forth. 1-2 minutes in each direction.

8 Exercise for Emotional Balance How to do it: Sit in the simple posture, with your spine straight. Take your arms all the way up, next to your ears, palms facing each other. Keep your elbows straight. Now begin to quickly lower your arms to shoulder height and then raise them again. 3-7 min. ***** Exercise to dispel fears: How to do it: Sit in a comfortable position with your spine straight. Extend your arms to your sides parallel to the floor, hands clenched in loose fists, thumbs up. Inhale and bring your thumbs to your shoulders, exhale through your nose and straighten your arms back. Do this as fast as you can to stimulate the pituitary gland. 2-7 min. *****

9 Sung Meditation This meditation will calm and relax you and the baby. It is performed with the sacred sound of the mantra SAT NAM, which makes your whole body vibrate in the rhythm of the universe and infinity. The long sung exhalation releases the tension and fades away the negativity. How to do it: Sit cross-legged or with your spine straight in a chair with your feet flat on the floor. Pull the neck lock by lowering your head slightly towards your chest. Take your right palm over your left, straighten the fingers that are together, and cross your right thumb over your left. Hold this mudra at breastbone level above the heart chakra. Look at the tip of your nose through 1/10 closed eyes and leave your focus there. Take a deep breath through your nose and chant a very long SAAAAAAAT on the out-breath, and with the last bit of air chant a short NAM. The length is approx. 35: 1. But don't fight if you can't keep your breath flowing for that long. You will get better in time. TIME: From 3-31 min. END: Breathe in, hold for a few seconds and breathe out. Repeat this twice more. Meditation for the connection with infinity How to do it: Sit in a comfortable position with your spine straight. Then take the edges of your hands and let them collide in front of the heart chakra, so that the little fingers lie against each other (beggar mudra) like a flat bowl. Close your eyes just a crack and look into this mug. Now breathe long and deep and visualize the divine energy that fills the cup and merges with your energy. TIME: from 3 min. Minimum, no time limit, but 2.5 hours are enough END: Breathe in, breathe out and relax.

10 Meditation to Honor Your Femininity Sit in a comfortable position with your spine straight. Take your right hand in gyan mudra and your left arm in 60 straight out in front of you. Close your eyes and look into the 3rd eye.The mantra can be loud, whispered or chanted in the mind: I AM BOUNTIFUL, I AM BEAUTIFUL, I AM BLISS, I AM, I AM TIME: 3-11min. Meditation for Self-Love and Acceptance How to do it: For this meditation you need a piece of fruit that goes hand in hand with love and self-acceptance: A piece of orange serves the purpose! Sit in a comfortable position with your spine straight. Extend your arms straight in front of your body, the left palm facing up, the right palm facing down, holding the fruit. Eyes are closed. Breathe long and deep and connect the fruit with the navel energy and imagine that it is bringing energy, prana, into the body. TIME: 9 min. PART 2: Take the hands with the fruit to your navel point and hold them there with long deep breath for 2 min. PART 3: Then hold the same position, inhale and exhale as deeply as you can through your nose for 7 min. END: Inhale and press the fruit against the navel and also press your tongue against the upper roof of the mouth. Exhale. You can now eat the fruit. Meditation for Mental Balance How to do it: Sit in a comfortable position with your spine straight. Extend your arms to your sides parallel to the floor, with your palms facing the floor. Breathe long and deep through your nose as you quickly move your wrists up and down. TIME: 3 min.

11 Meditation for Making Decisions How to Do Them: Sit in a comfortable position with your spine straight. Put your hands in front of your sternum in a prayer position with your left palm higher than your right. The tip of the right finger touches the beginning of the left phalanx. Eyes are closed and look into the 3rd eye center. Breathe as long and deep as you can. Inhale SAT and exhale NAM. TIME: 3 min. BIRTH: These breathing techniques will help you during the birth. Yogi Bhajan always said that if you can control your breath, you can control any situation in your life. This may be easy to say, but in a challenging situation like this, practice is essential. Long deep breath is a technique that can be used between contractions. It stimulates the pituitary gland, which starts secreting oxytocin. Oxytocin regulates contractions and the flow of oxygen. The doctor says that plenty of water should be consumed while working, ideally at a natural temperature to keep the body hydrated. You can also use visualization to see the baby step out into this world. Nobody denies the stressful moment of work. Fortunately, we have this yogic technology to help us on the path and to provide us with these tools that we can use to cope with the many situations we must face. Postpartum After Birth The 40 days after the baby is born is very important. The yogis believe that the mother and child share the same soul up to 40 days after birth. The mother becomes the first role model for her newborn. Do not underestimate the intricacies of life because babies absorb every energy that comes from their mother, the vibration of their voice, the electromagnetic field that surrounds them, their state of mind, everything! In the book: A Mother's Tears by Dr. Arlene Huysman, it is reported that 80% of women experience prenatal sadness after giving birth and that 20-40% experience emotional turmoil. This may be due to lack of sleep while the wounds of childbirth heal, lack of support, etc. All of these factors can lead to postpartum depression or a feeling of being overwhelmed. This is why it is important to change your emotional state before you see the baby. Water is a great mood changer. You can take a shower or chant a mantra (if you can't remember any, sing a positive song that you like) to stand up and take the negativity off before you enter the baby bedroom or meet the baby again . It is required that you take a 2 hour nap each day for the 40 days. Napping after breastfeeding will help increase milk quality. Breastfeeding is good for both mother and child. The milk from the breast has special substances that stimulate the baby's immune system and keep it strong. In addition, the act of sending

12 Sucking a message to the glandular system to shrink the uterus to normal size and to the body to produce even more milk. Doctors say that when you stop breastfeeding, the body also stops producing milk. So, if the baby is premature, or sick, or for any other reason preventing it from breastfeeding, express the milk itself so that the body will continue to produce milk when the baby is healthy again. It is not good for you to do yoga before 3 months have passed. At that point start slowly and increase the intensity over time. After giving birth, massage your uterus every ½ hour. The following day, massage it every 2-3 hours. Massage it downward with the cupped hand. You can use a few drops of cold-pressed almond oil for this.