How to Build Leadership Skills With Yashasvini Nadi
Sri Amit Ray tells us the art of activating Yashaswini nadi for managing your emotions and developing leadership skills.
There are 72,000 Nadis or energy channels in your body, out of which Yashaswini nadi and the Vajra Nadi are very powerful energy channels for cultivating effective leadership skills and emotional balance. This energy channel enhances the ability to limit the escalation of negative affect in social interactions
There are seven primary leadership styles. Yashaswini nadi is associated with building the primary leadership skills and emotion control. They are the key energy channels for Charismatic leaders, who are also sometimes called as transformational leaders. These Nadis are a group of subtle psychic energy channels in human body.
Yashaswini nadi for Managing your Emotions
Emotions are what makes us human and they can be managed by awakening the Yashaswini nadi. As a leader, your emotions can’t be your primary driver when making decisions and managing your team. You need vision, good luck and motivational forces and those come from the Yashaswini nadi.
Managing emotional means choosing how and when to express your emotions that you feel, for the betterment of the society. With a little practice of Yashaswini nadi kriya (exercises), you can manage and control your reactions to external and internal stimuli. This energy channels are very helpful to resolve relationships and friendship conflicts.
Understanding why people do what they do is the foundation of all influence. Taking a correct decision and delivering motivational directions and words in crisis time is part of leadership skills. When you are inaccurate in doing this, your attempt to influence others will have random and unpredictable effects.
But people are complex, and as a leader, you don’t have the time or resources to decipher everyone’s psyche. The key is to activate your Yashaswini Nadi and know when and how to tailor your approach to kinds of interactions needed for the situation, spontaneously.
Yashaswini nadi and Leadership Psychology
Leadership is a process whereby an individual is able to motivate others to internalize a collective vision and mobilize them toward attaining that vision. Effective leadership transforms people’s goals, emotions, and ambitions, even their identities, and replaces self-oriented behavior with group-oriented behavior.
In leadership psychology there are two primary theories the trait theory and the behavioral theory. The behavioral theories of leadership assume that specific behavioral patterns of leaders can be acquired through learning and experience. While the trait theory concentrates on “what the leaders are”, the behavioral theories concentrate on, “what the leaders do‟.
Generally, Ida nadi is associated with anabolic functions and Pingala nadi is associated with catabolic functions and Yashaswini nadi for developing core leadership skills in the prefrontal cortex and the eye regions. It gives you the ability to take correct decisions and quickly solve real complex problems.
Yashaswini nadi is associated with trust, humility, integrity, courage, justice and accountability. In this rapidly changing, dynamic world the Yashaswini nadis can help you to build your fundamental leadership qualities strong, and keep them intact. Yashaswini nadi is the key energy channel for Emotional Intelligence, and Resilience
Just like Vajra nadi is famous for manifestation, Yashasvini nadi is famous for building trust, courage, leadership and decisiveness. This post is primarily for understanding the role of Yashasvini nadi among the Ray 72000 Nadi System. Here, you will know more about leadership styles by activating the Yashasvini nadi for amygdala control and de-activation for emotion management.
The seven key skills of charismatic leadership can be developed by activating the Yashasvini Nadi. These seven key skills of charismatic leadership related to Yashasvini Nadi are the emotional sensitivity and control, deep convictions and commitment to their cause, graceful and virtuous, have a sense of humility, develop extraordinary skills in communications, extremely good listeners and the ability and mindset to continually improve themselves.
Charismatic leaders have the capacity for self-control when it comes to using their power, They are socially and environmentally more responsible. They have the capacity to build cognitive and emotional trust in the world and positive forces around them. Yashasvini Nadi is one of the key energy channel for building these leadership qualities of trust and accountability.
Yashasvini Nadi and the Seven Charismatic Leadership Styles
Activation of the Yashasvini Nadi gives emotional stability, sensitivity and control. It gives deep convictions and commitment to work for a cause and higher purposes in life. It helps to develop gracefulness and virtues. It gives extraordinary communication and listening powers. Yashasvini Nadi can be accessed in the five areas in the body. Yashasvini Nadi can be activated in six ways.
The charismatic leaders’ actions are always enthusiastic. This extraordinary enthusiasm gives them the power to fraternization and exuberant community sentiments. Yashasvini Nadi gives the power to focus on the long-term values, over short-term results. Effective leadership and effective communication are intertwined, Yashasvini Nadi has key role to activate that power. The charismatic heroes and prophets are viewed as truly revolutionary forces in history because of their activated Yashasvini nadi.
Leadership and Empowerment
Empowerment is one of the key elements of leadership principles. Good leaders are characterized by their ability to empower themselves and their team members to achieve maximum success. Empowerment is gaining control over your own life. It is a process that fosters power in people for use in their own lives, their communities, and their society. This energy channel enhances accountability, which ensures the courage that you own and commit to your decisions you make and encourages the same in others.
Leadership and Inner Strength
Inner strength is one of the the key leadership qualities. Leadership begins with a simple human gesture and that is to inspire others, and to inspire others you must feel integrated, harmonious and whole. When you are disconnected with your Inner Being, you don’t feel solid and whole in yourself. When you are connected with your Inner Being, you feel integrated, harmonious and whole. Here, by inner dimensions I mean inner strength, inner vision – the expanded consciousness beyond the small ego which considers him or her self separate from the rest.
Activating the Yashasvini Nadi
There are 14 principal emotional energy channels in human body. They are the Ida, Pingla, Sushumna, Gandhari, Hastijivha, Kuhu, Saraswati, Pusha, Shankhini, Payaswini, Varuni, Alambusha, Vishwodara, and Yashaswini. Among these nadis, Ida, Pingala and Sushumna and Yashaswini nadis are most prominent.
Yashasvini activation is a very specialized technique. It is a nadi not known to all. It is also a very deceiving nadi. It has twelve leadership character building modalities. It is not just activation of nadis by yoga exercises or breathing techniques. It is a framework of meditation techniques, which cleanses the energy channels in the body. It enhances the personality traits, values and positive mindset. It improves the habitual patterns of thought, behavior and emotions. It removes the negative mindsets, and the negative habit patterns.
Yashasvini Nadi is one of the key psychic energy channel for developing leaderships skills and managing emotions. Good leaders are authentic and they have a great passion for the work they do. In changing situation and stressful situation, you need to control your emotions. This energy channel helps you to get connected with your inner being. Through meditation you can get connection with your Inner Being. Take a mindful breath, calm yourself down, and remind yourself of your strength, values and move forward.
Connecting with your inner being will help you to stay calm, clear and confident in every situation of life. Your balance between the left-brain and right-brain will increase your analytical as well intuitive power which will help you to eliminate the blind spots and inspire your team members to achieve your goals.
The course cover the 14 principal nadis and other 114 main nadis in the human body. These nadis are densely connected to the 114 chakra system. Here, we discussed the importance of Yashaswini nadi for activating the best leadership skills and control emotional reactions. You will learn to response well in all situations of life effectively and positively.