5 Tibetan Rites for a Better You

Over 2000 years ago, Tibetan monks who were known to live long full lives, claimed they had a system that could reverse the aging process and its debilitating negative effects on the body. They condensed 21 yoga exercises into five that could be performed in as little as 15 minutes a day.

These five Tibetan rites work by normalizing the bodies' hormonal balances which hold the regulating keys to proper function. It is not ironic that the endocrine system, which regulates hormones, the bodies overall functioning and aging process are directly related to the seven chakras ("wheels of spinning energy " in Indian Sanskrit) Tibetans claim that the exercises activate and stimulate the seven major chakras that in turn stimulate all the glands of the endocrine system.

Doing these rites is a way to regain youth, health, and vitality and get the energy centers spinning vigorously and normally again. They are easy, enjoyable, and can be done by people of every age, every day.

Rites should be done:

  • In 15 to 20 minutes
  • Anytime of day
  • One to three times per day
  • Six to seven times per week
  • With a relaxed mind
  • With focused breath
  • By newcomers to the elderly
  • By any body type, slowly working up to recommended amount of commitment

The expected life spans of the Tibetan monks are proof enough of their secrets to life and their commitment to health and well being. Expected benefits of a committed practice of the rites and vast and include:
  • More youthful appearance
  • Sound sleep
  • Enhanced bone mass
  • Reduction in double chin,
  • Reduction of middle and improved abdominals and overall muscle tone
  • Relief of spinal problems and tightness
  • Oxygenation of the body, improved memory and vision
  • Aids arthritis and joint discomfort
  • Increases lymph drainage
  • Improves posture, therefore breathing
  • Detoxify the body

With a small investment of time the rewards are great. You should allow a minimum of three months to see full results. Start with two to three repetitions of each exercise and work up to the recommended 21 repetitions.
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