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Kurma Nadi

Kurma nadi is the energy channel that give supports to the lower lungs and the diaphragm.

This energy channel helps to reduce stress and increase heart rate variability (HRV) and linked to the activation of the prefrontal cortex regions of the brain. In Sanskrit the word ‘kurma’ means tortoise or a turtle. The Kurma Nadi is associated with long life and slow breathing rate. 

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Gayatri Mantra Meditation Sri Amit Ray Teachings

Gayatri Mantra Meditation 24 Syllables Meanings

Gayatri Mantra Meaning and Meditation

Sri Amit Ray speaks about the meanings of the 24 syllables of the Gayatri Mantra and the art of  Gayatri Mantra Meditation.    

The Gayatri mantra is one of the most sacred and important meditation technique. There are 24 Syllables in this mantra and the meaning of the Gayatri mantra is hidden in these syllables. These 24 syllables are also associated with the 24 chakras. Here, we discussed the syllable by syllable meaning of the mantra and the art of meditating on those meanings. 

Gayatri Mantra Meditation 24 Syllables Meanings Sri Amit Ray Teachings

Gayatri Mantra Meditation 24 Syllables Meanings Sri Amit Ray Teachings

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Heart Chakra The Anahata Chakra Green Chakra

How to Open Heart Chakra: A Step by Step Guide

Heart chakra is also known as green chakra, 4th chakra or Anahata chakra. The heart chakra is located at the center of the spine at heart level.  It works as the individual’s center of compassion, empathy, love, joy, and forgiveness.

When your heart chakra is properly active and open, your life energy can bring a positive transformation in your life and in many lives. 

Heart Chakra

Heart Chakra

The seven chakras are the primary energy centers of the body. The heart chakra is at the center. You’ve probably heard people talk about “unblocking the heart chakra”, which refers to the idea of the expansion of the heart energy. 

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Impact of Om Chanting Om Meditation on Brain and Heart - Amit Ray

Heart Rate Variability with Om Meditation and Chanting

Stress Relief and Heart Rate Variability with Om Meditation

Sri Amit Ray explains how Om meditation and Om chanting is related to heart rate variability and stress relief.

Your heart rate is constantly changing to meet various requirements of your body and mind. Heart Rate Variability (HRV) measures how your heart rate varies over time. Generally, heart rate variability increases during relaxation and recovering activities and decreases during stress and anxiety. HRV reflects the changes in the interval between heartbeats (R wave) over time. HRV is NOT the same as plain old heart rate (HR). It’s not the “beats per minute” number most of us are familiar with.

Broadly speaking there are seven types of Om meditation. The impact of these meditations on stress level varies from person to person. HRV measurement just after different Om meditations can help you to assess the impact of your personalized meditation techniques on stress relief.  The key for effective Om chanting is activating the Vayapini Nadi and the Kurma Nadi.  Our studies strongly suggests that Vayapini Om chanting increases HRV and may be linked to the activation of the ventromedial prefrontal cortex regions of the brain.

Stress Relief and Heart Rate Variability with Om Meditation By Dr Amit Ray

Stress Relief and Heart Rate Variability with Om Meditation

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