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Kundalini Yoga: 13 Poses to Help You Break Bad Habits

  • Source:https://www.yogajournal.com
  • Release on :2018-03-06
You have the willpower and strength to kick bad habits for good. These 13 Kundalini poses will help you find them.

Alternate Leg Lifts
Alternate Leg Lifts
Come to your back. Inhale slowly as you pull the low belly in and lift your left leg to 90 degrees, toes pointed toward the ceiling. Exhale slowly as you lower it down. Place your hands under your hips if you need extra support for your lower back. Alternate left and right legs, and continue for 3 minutes. This pose begins to spark energy at the navel point.

Cross Crawl
Cross Crawl
Stay lying down, with your legs out in front of you and your arms by your sides. Inhale and bend your left knee into your chest as you bring your right arm up over your head. Exhale and straighten your left knee, lowering the leg and right arm back to the floor. Switch sides and continue to alternate, using long, deep breaths, for 3 minutes. Concentrating your awareness at your navel point helps to build energy around your third chakra.

Downward-Facing Dog Pose
Downward-Facing Dog Pose
Come into a variation of Downward-Facing Dog Pose with your thumbs touching and fingers angled slightly out (place your hands shoulder-distance apart if you have a shoulder injury). Keep your feet hip-distance apart. Engage the core to draw the hips up and back and lift weight out of the shoulders. Take long, deep breaths for 3 minutes. This pose, essentially an inversion, allows energy to flow toward the brain.

Cobra Pose
Cobra Pose
Come to lying on your belly. Place your hands under your shoulders, fingers spread wide; grounding down through your pelvis and the tops of your feet, firm your legs and reach your tailbone toward your heels. Inhale and lift the chest, keeping a slight bend in the elbows, the chest open, and the shoulders relaxed. Hold for 2 minutes, taking deep breaths. This pose draws energy toward the spine and opens the chest.

Yoga Crunch
Yoga Crunch
Come onto your back, bend your knees, and place your feet on the floor hip-distance apart. Interlace your hands behind your head with the elbows wide. Exhale and count to 6 as you come into a crunch, pulling the low belly in. Inhale to the count of 6 as you slowly lower back down. Repeat for 2 minutes. This pose continues to build energy around the third chakra, the seat of willpower.

Stretch Pose
Stretch Pose
Extend your legs in front of you, arms resting by your sides. Lengthen the back of your neck. Lift your upper chest, head, and arms off the ground and draw your chin in. Direct your fingers and gaze at your toes. Keep your lower back flat against the floor as you lift the legs 6 inches off the floor, toes pointed. (If your lower back bothers you, keep the heels lightly resting on the ground or place your hands underneath your sacrum or sitting bones.) Hold for 2 minutes while doing Breath of Fire: First inhale by relaxing the upper abdominal muscles, allowing air to fill the lungs. Then exhale by quickly drawing the navel point and solar plexus in and up toward the spine as you force the breath out. Take even inhales and exhales and build to 2 to 3 cycles per second. (Do not do Breath of Fire if you are pregnant or menstruating.) Stretch Pose with Breath of Fire can be calming and rejuvenating. By working on the third chakra, it boosts resolve and self-esteem.

Piston the Legs
Piston the Legs
Stay on your back and bring both knees toward your chest. Arms are alongside your torso, with the palms facing down. (Place the hands underneath the sacrum or sitting bones if you need to support your lower back.) On an inhalation, thrust the left leg out until it’s a few inches off the floor. Exhaling, bring the knee back into the chest. Continue switching legs in a pistonlike movement for 2 minutes. This pose balances the energy of the navel and lower chakras.

Bow Pose
Bow Pose
Come back onto your stomach, arms alongside your torso. Bend your knees and reach for your ankles or the tops of your feet. Inhale and kick your shins back, lifting your thighs and chest off the ground. Keep the back of your neck long and hold for 2 minutes. Exhale and release. This pose draws energy into the spine and improves digestion by stimulating energy at the navel point. Rest on your stomach, arms alongside your torso and head turned to one side. Relax and breathe for 1 minute.

Camel Pose
Camel Pose
Come up so you are standing on your knees and shins, torso upright. Place your hands on your hips. Draw your abdomen in to support your lower back. Relax your shoulder blades down and press them gently into your back. Inhale and lift your chest. Keep your hands on your hips or release them back to your heels. If it’s comfortable for your neck, release your head back. Hold for 1 to 2 minutes. This pose lifts the energy we have been cultivating toward the heart center, allowing a feeling of expansion and brightness.

Child's Pose
Child's Pose
Press back into Child’s Pose (Balasana) with your knees together, your hips on your heels, and your forehead on the ground. Extend and rest your arms in front of you with hands shoulder-distance apart. Relax here for 1 minute, returning to your natural rhythm with your breath.

Then, bring your arms alongside your body. Relax here for 1 minute, letting your breath return to normal.

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