Types of Passive & Active Meditation

The different types Passive & Active of meditation help keep your body and mind healthy. It was rediscovered by Gautam Budha , Osho & others.n.

The Root Chakra

The first of the 7 chakras in the human body called the ‘root’ or ‘base’ chakra. It is located at the base of the spine & color Red. Associations: Survival, standing up for yourself, financial independence, security. Imbalances: Fatigue, low back pain, depression, cold hands and feet. It is healing Exercise and restful sleep. The root chakra is feminine by nature and is polarized negatively. In Balance energy: Centered, grounded, healthy, fully alive, unlimited physical energy, manifesting abundance, master of oneself.

The word muladhara breaks down into two Sanskrit words: mula meaning “root” and adhara, which means “support” or “base”. The root chakra is comprised of whatever ground you to stability in your basic needs such as your emotional needs such as letting go of fear.

For meditation sit in a comfortable position. Sit up tall with the spine straight, the shoulders relaxed and the chest open. Put the hands on your knees & facing up. Relax the face, jaw and belly. Allow the eyes to lightly close. After this inhale and engage mula bandhan by contracting the muscles between the public bone and tailbone and drawing the perineum up towards muladhara. If comfortable, hold the breath in for 1-2 seconds. Then release mula bandhan and exhale the air out through the nose, repeat for 3-5 minutes, try to increase the contraction of mula bandhan if comfortable.

Return to a slow deep breath with awareness of muladhara without engaging mula bandhan. Breathe deeply into muladhara for 3-5 minutes. To end let the eyes blink open, inhale the palms together in front of the heart, exhale and gently bow.