The series of Five Tibetan exercises described can be practiced two or three times a day everyday during the entire lifetime. In contrast, the following exercise, according to Lamas, has a very special purpose and it should be practiced only in circumstances described below. If you are not sure, and do not practice the first five exercises regularly, do not practice this exercise. You have been warned.
By systematically practising the first five Tibetan exercises it is quite possible to raise the energy of the base chakra so much, that the sexual urge appears and needs to be dealt with. This can happen at any age.
Tibetan #6 differs in many ways from all of the previously described Tibetan exercises. Firstly, it is one of the easiest to perform from the physical body motion point of view, not requiring any diagram. Secondly, it involves a special breath control, requiring a prolonged of the breath, rather than breathing rhythmically. The third difference is that after each cycle of Tibetan #6 several cycles of deep breathing are required. Another difference is that are recommended for most people.
An important part of the Tibetan exercises is a conscious synchronization of breathing while performing physical activity. Before beginning the exercises, practice the basic .No exercise should be so intense that it makes you feel exhausted. For example, if you are "losing your breath", it indicates that your body is in an (low oxygen) condition and that you should slow down. If you can not talk normally after performing an exercise, you should slow down. When performing the exercises, the main emphasis should be on breath synchronization and fluency, rather than on speed and number of repetitions.
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