Kaya Kalpa Yoga

(January 27, 2009)

What are the postures of kaya kalpa yoga? How i can do them?


Kaya kalpa translates to immortal body where Kaya stands for body and kalpa stands for immortal. Kaya kalpa yoga is a very old technique that was practiced by the saints or the ‘siddhas’ from the southern India to enhance the energy of life. It has three main objectives that are:
  • Maintaining your youth and physical beauty and health
  • Slowing down and preventing the natural ageing process
  • Extending your life span
Kaya kalpa yoga involves the study of the functions of the human system that consists your mind and physical body, your life force or energy and the bio magnetism and the vital sexual fluid. The kaya kalpa yoga benefits you in the following manner:
  • Improves your memory and understanding ability.
  • Makes your brain cells active so it performs at its optimum level.
  • Boosts your immune system.
  • Prevents the attack of hereditary diseases on your system.
  • Reduces and cures chronic diseases like diabetes, asthma, skin diseases and piles.
  • Makes a woman’s reproductive system strong and treats and reduces problems related to the menstrual cycles.
  • Alleviates stress and tension and helps to get rid of unhealthy habits.
  • Transforms your character and lifestyle.
  • Makes you physically and emotionally calm and happy as it increases the life energy.
  • Improves your general health and prevents and treats problems and ailments related to the ageing process.
By practicing kaya kalpa yoga your sexual energy is transformed or converted in to spiritual energy as it is directed to the crown chakra and beyond it. Kaya kalpa yoga dose not include the use of any medicines unlike the other forms. It keeps your body functioning at an optimum level and also keeps your spiritually satisfied so you have both, a healthy body and a peaceful mind. This keeps you physically fit and helps you to be in an emotionally calm and peaceful state. It helps to tone up your nerves. It works as it strengthens the co ordination between the brain and the functions of the autonomous nervous system and the central nervous system. Our body generates life energy or life force from the cells in out body that are made of tiny particles that help it to rotate to generate the life force or energy. Kaya kalpa yoga helps to align these cells correctly by bringing the life energy to your crown chakra or the center of your head. It also helps to remove the unnecessary fat from your body.

Submitted by G M on January 27, 2009 at 05:51

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