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The literal meaning of Kriya is a “whole action” or a “complete action,” and it represents a series of postures or exercises that combine breathing patterns, locks, and points of concentration with or without the accompaniment of mantra.
Each Kriya has is a specific purpose and with its continuous practice comes accurate results, which are effective on all three levels of body, mind, and soul.
In Kundalini yoga there are hundreds of thousands of different Kriyas.
The Kriyas are aimed at specific results, such as strengthening the immune system, opening the heart center, regulating bowel movements, opening the third eye and intuition, improving liver function, balancing the endocrine system, increasing the flexibility of the spine, and many more. Each set produces extensive changes for the purpose for which it is practiced, but beyond that purpose the practice will influence all aspects of your existence.
Practicing a Kriya prepares the inner space for the experience of meditation. On a physical level, the practice will allow the opening of joints and will increase flexibility to be stable and more comfortable while sitting and will work on various glands to change the blood components. While on a mental level, it will work on concentration and focus that will lead us to create a meditative and conscious space.
Since each Kriya is a complete action in and of itself, we must practice it just as it is presented in the writings. Like a phone number, if we omit even a single digit or change it minutely, we do not arrive to the desired destination.
According to Kundalini Yoga tradition, continuous practice of a Kriya for 40 days will result in a change of habit, continuous practice for 90 days will create a new habit, continuous practice for 120 days will confirm the new habit. And if you want to control and master the habit, you will need to practice the Kriya each day for 1000 days. By the way, if you miss one day, you will have to start counting all over again!
Practicing the Kriya allows us create balance in all our different layers.
This Kriya helps to enhance all those factors, gives us physical strength and helps prevents diseases.
This Kriya systematically stimulates all the vertebrae and strengthening our energy, the Kriya activates the spinal cord liquids and by that contributes to concentration and memory
Feelings like happiness, connection and well being are dependent in the balance of our mental electromagnetic field.
The practice can be built up slowly, you may start with shorter times (proportionally) until you reach the full time Kriya.
Start with 3-5 minutes for the long exercises and shorten the rest proportionally.