your With your next
inhalation imagine pulling energy up from
the root ball of the pelvic region,
up through your mid region, the stem of the
flower and into your head, the flower
Use a slight contraction of the muscles at
the base of your pelvic floor to drive the
energy up the stem of the flower,
similar to a plant drinking water and
nutrients from the earth. Visualize the
breath as blue light (or any color you see).
The muscular contraction of the first chakra is called Moola Bandha,
Ancient Yogi’s first mapped out the chakra
system. Moola describes the 1st
chakra, Bandha for a lock that unlocks.
Muscular energy is gathered around the
of Inhalation Pointers
inhaling relax the intercostals muscles of
the rib cage
allowing the ribs to expand in all
directions out from the center
of the mid and upper back area like the
filling of a balloon.
Be sure to fill the lungs from the bottom
up, first filling the lower lobes of the
the mid lungs and finally lifting and
spreading the clavicle area of the chest
which makes space for the upper lungs to
This is an action of abducting the rib cage
and moving away from bodily midline.
See the stem of your flower being nourished
by energy and filling up with blue light.
Once your lungs are
completely full of air, hold the
inhalation and muscular contraction
(or Moola Bandha)
for a few seconds and further pull
the blue light up into the head
allowing the flower blossom mandala
to fill with blue light (or
any color you see).
Release your eyes to drop down in
the eye sockets and to passively to
the center of your brain.
Imagine your brain relaxing,
becoming passive and shrinking
inwards away from your skull bones.
Allow the power and radiance of your
flower blossom to drink in the
nectar of cosmic light
that rains down from the heavens
into our crown chakra.
Sense the union in the crown chakra
of the earth energy you pulled up
merging with the cosmic light from
Bask in the bliss.