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Today during the second “International Yoga Day”, the key message from India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi was for yoga teachers worldwide to address the rise in Diabetes and treat patients by teaching yoga techniques.

 

Countries around the globe are being hit with massive medical costs as a result of the rise in obesity and type 2 diabetes, especially among children. India and China lead the world with 65 and 98 million cases and rising. Untreated, diabetes leads to heart attacks, limb amputation, kidney failure, coma and death.

 

Endocrinologist Kasia Lipska has been in hospitals, fighting this war, for twelve years. She was first alerted to it when a young woman in her 30s arrived in emergency with a diabetes-induced brainstem stroke. “Indians are now living more sedentary lives, working in banks, labs and call centers; all the while, their diet is changing, as they eat out more and consume foods higher in calories and saturated fats.

 

What’s more, evidence suggests that Indians may be especially predisposed to diabetes, so even those who are slightly overweight are more likely to be at risk. India also has a high malnutrition rate among children, and poor nutrition in early life appears to trigger metabolic changes that lead to diabetes in adulthood. The result is a perfect storm of commerce, lifestyle and genetics.

 

Especially alarming is the rise in obesity and Type 2 diabetes in children. Gone is the active lifestyle that limited sweets to special festival days, and walking to school was the norm. Now junk food snacks can be purchased all day, every day from vending machines. Children rarely exercise and most are driven to school. Finish the day off in front of the computer, playing video games, and you have created the perfect conditions for a global epidemic.

 

Today, acknowledging India’s immense contribution to the world through yoga, Prime Minister Modi went on to say, “It will be an achievement if we can help in treating diabetes.

 

Enter HH Paramahamsa Nithyananda, a yogi and foremost authority in the field of Consciousness and Yogic Sciences. Along with 107 other healing Kriyas, he has designed a healing Kriya to eradicate Diabetes from the planet Earth. Sri Nithyananda Swami is Mahamandaleshwar (spiritual head) of Mahanirvani Peeth, the world’s most ancient apex body of Hinduism. He is revered as a living incarnation of superconsciousness by millions worldwide. Having begun his training in yoga at the age of three, he is now continuously creating healing kriyas for humanity, and offering them free through his website Nithyananda.org and YouTube.

 

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One patient describes his quick response to the yoga kriya:

“My name is Ricardo Oreiki, and I live in Houston, Texas. I got diabetes at the age of 33. I used all kinds of insulin until now. Sometimes the ambulance would take me to the hospital as my sugar level used to be really high, around 350 to 400. One day my neighbor was talking to me. He told me there was a formal exercise to do. He came to my house and taught me how I had to do it. And before I started the exercise, I checked my sugar level and it was 350. I did the exercise the way he taught me to do it. When I finished it, I checked my sugar level, and it was 85.”

 

“It’s extraordinary because I have never seen anything reduce my sugar level so rapidly. Usually I have to walk around the neighborhood for half to one hour. Even then I have to put a lot of insulin to reduce my sugar level. This is extraordinary! I went to the doctor to see how it was. While using 5 milligrams of insulin and doing the exercise daily in the morning, it was a miracle and the doctor asked “only 5 milligrams of insulin?” and I said “Yes! Five milligrams!”

 

He said, ‘great, continue with this. Just five milligrams each day is fine, but check your sugar levels everyday’. I check, if at times it goes up a little – only 100. I am eating everything I normally eat.”

 

The Kriya is as follows:

http://www.nithyananda.org/nithya-kriyas/cure-diabetes

DISCLAIMER: This technique is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical diagnosis or treatment. Individuals with any type of medical condi\tion, the elderly, children below 14, women who are pregnant or suspect they may be pregnant are advised to seek professional medical advice before practicing this technique. Viewers who are not on two-way video conferencing are cautioned that they are practicing these techniques at their own risk.

Steps to be folloowed:

1.   GOMUKHA ASANA

2.   UDDEEYAANA BANDHA

3.   BHASTRIKAA KUMBHAKA

4.   MOORCCHAA KUMBHAKA

5.   BRAMHAREE KUMBHAKA

6.    

1. GOMUKHA ASANA

GHERANDA SAMHITA, UPADESHA 2, VERSE 16

Paadau ca bhoomau samathaapya prsthapaarsve nivesayeth |
Sthirakaayam samaasadya Gomukham Gomukhaakruthihi ||2.16||

TRANSLATION
The right ankle should be placed near the left buttock and the left ankle to be placed near the right buttock. The body should be steady and mouth should be raised a little and sitting equably. This is called Gomukhasana resembling the cow’s face
.

TECHNIQUE
1.     Bend the left knee and place the left foot near the right buttock
2.     Bend the right knee and place it over the left thigh so that the right foot lies near the left buttock
3.     Now place the hands on the respective ankle
4.     Raise your head a little
5.     Stay on this pose for 30 seconds

 

http://www.nithyananda.org/sites/default/files/kriya-images/Gomukha_asanam_G_u2_v16.JPG

IN GOMUKHA ASANA, NEXT-

2. UDDEEYAANA BANDHA

GHERANDA SAMHITA, UPADESHA 2, VERSE 16

Udare pashchimam taanam Naabheroordhvam tu kaarayet |
Uddaanam kurute yasmat Avishraantam mahaakhagaha |
Uddeeyaanam tvasau bandhao Mrutyu-Maatanga-Kesaree || 3.10  

 

TRANSLATION
One should contract the bowels above and below the navel so that the abdominal organs touch the back. The one who practices this Uddiyana Bandha continuously becomes a conqueror of death. The great bird (Kundalini) flies up in the Sushumna and flies there itself constantly.

TECHNIQUE
1.   Sit on same asana and Keep the spine straight. Head should be up and eyes should be kept open
2.   Take a deep breath in and exhale completely, but do not be forceful
3.   After exhaling, perform jaalandhara bandha by moving the chin down to the chest and raising the shoulders
4.   Pull the abdominal muscles inward so that the organs of the abdomen touch the back muscles
5.   Hold as long as you can
6.   When you can’t hold anymore. Before inhaling, relax the stomach and abdomen, release jaalandhara bandha
7.   Then inhale through the nostrils slowly
8.   Before repeating another round, breathe normally for a minute or two
9.   Do this, at initial period 3 times and gradually increase upto 10 times

IN GOMUKHA ASANA, NEXT-

3. BHASTRIKAA KUMBHAKA

GHERANDA SAMHITA, UPADESHA 5, VERSES 75- 77

Bhastraiva lohakaaraanaam Yathaa-kramena sambhramet |
Tathaa vaayum cha naasaabhyaam Ubhaabhyaam Chaalayet shanaihi || 5.75 ||
Vimshati-vaaram Cha Krutvaa Kuryaachcha Kumbhakam |
Tadante Chaalayet Vaayum Poorvoktam Cha Yathaavidhi || 5.76 ||
Trivaaram SaadhayetEnam Bhastrikaa-Kumbhakam Sudheehi |
Na Cha Rogo Na Cha Klesha Aarogyam Cha Dhine Dhine || 5.77 ||  

 

TRANSLATION
As the bellows of the ironsmith constantly dilate and contract, similarly let him slowly draw in the air by both the nostrils and expand the stomach; then exhale slowly (the wind making sound like bellows). 

Having thus inhaled and exhaled twenty times as stated above, then let him perform Kumbhaka and then let him expel it by the previous method (this completes one round of Bhastrikaa). Let the wise one perform this Bhastrikaa(Bellows-like) Kumbhaka thrice; he will never suffer any disease and will be always healthy.

TECHNIQUE
1.Inhale slowly expanding the stomach
2.Exhale slowly
3.Do this 21 times
4.After 21 times, inhale slowly
5.Hold the breath as long as you can
6. When you feel you can’t hold quickly expel the air with the sound of bellows. At this moment the stomach should contract to touch the back (This is one Bhastrikaa)
7. Do this complete sequence three times 

IN GOMUKHA ASANA, NEXT-

4. MOORCCHAA KUMBHAKA

HATHA PRADEEPIKAA||CHAPTER 4|| VERSE: 60

Poorakaante Gaadatharam Baddhvaa Jaalandharam Shanaihi |
Rechayen-Moorcchanaa’khyeyam Mano-moorcchaa Sukha-Pradhaa ||4.60||  

 

TRANSLATION
At the end of inhalation gradually become fixed on jalaadharabandha, then exhale slowly. This is called the fainting or swooning kumbhaka as it makes the mind inactive and thus confers pleasure.

TECHNIQUE
1.Sit in same asana
2.Place the palms of the hands on the knees and close the eyes
3.Inhale slowly and deeply through
4. Hold the breath with Jaalandhara bandha
5. Keep holding the breath for even longer than is comfortable
6.Exhale in a very controlled manner in Jaalandhara bandha itself
7.Do this 21 times

IN GOMUKHA ASANA, NEXT-

5. BHRAAMAREE KUMBHAKA

GHERANDA SAMHITA, UPADESHA 5, VERSES 78-82

Ardha-raatre Gate Yogee Jantoonaam Shabda-varjite |
Karnau Pidhaaya Hastaabhyaam  Kuryaat Pooraka-Kumbhakam || 5.78 ||
Shrunuyaat Dakshine Karne Naadamantargatam Shubham |
Prathamam Jhinjhimeenaadam Cha Vamsheenaadam Tataha Param ||5.79||
Megha-Jharjhara-Bhraamaree Ghantakamsyam Tataha Param |
Turee-Bheree-Mrudangaadi-Ninaadaanaka-Dundubhihi ||5.80||
Evam naanaavidho Naado Jaayate Nithyamabhyasaath |
Anaahatasya Shabdasya Tasya Shabdasya Yo Dhvanihi || 5.81 ||
Dhvanerantargatam Jyoti Jyotirantargatam manaha |
Tanmano vilayamYaati Tad-vishnoh Paramam Padam |
Evam BhraamareeSamshiddhihi Samaadhi-siddhim-aapnuyaath || 5.82 ||

TRANSLATION
At the past midnight, in a place where there are no sounds of any animal to be  heard, let the yogi practice puraka and kumbhaka, closing the ears by the hands.

He will hear then various internal sounds in his right ear. The first sound will be like that of crickets, then that of a lute, then that of a thunder, then that of a drum, then that of a beetle, then that of bells, then those of gongs of bell-metal, trumpets, kettles-drums, mridanga, military drums, and dundubhi, etc.

Thus various sounds are cognized by daily practice of this Kumbhaka. Last of all is heard the Anahatha sound rising from the heart; of this sound there is a resonance, in that resonance there is a light. In that Light the mind should be immersed. When the mind is absorbed, then it reaches the Highest seat of Vishnu(Parama-pada). By success in this Bharaamaree Kumbhaka one gets success in samadhi.

TECHNIQUE
1.Close your ears with your hands, close your eyes and hum intensely.

2.Do this for 7 minutes

Note: 10-15 minutes after doing this kumbhaka one should eat something 

Watch it live at: https://youtu.be/w1i9vlAB7M4

 

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