To supercharge your practice - try using these T5T affirmations when you physically practice the The Five Tibetan Rites. They really work.
The physical movement of each Rite is a metaphor for what we are trying to achieve mentally.
1. The Spin takes the element of energy, and the vortex that the movements create allows you to replenish your body from the larger energy all around us.
2. Tabletop (Rite 4) focuses on stability, foundation and balance - giving you a solid base from which to form new ideas.
Spin = Energy (I am full of energy)
Leg-Raise = Air (My mind is clear and calm)
Kneeling Backbend = Water (I am flexible and receptive)
Tabletop = Earth (Iam strong and balanced)
Upward/Downward Dog = Fire (I am positive and motivated)
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Read "The Five Tibetan Rites and The Five Elements"
This short video demonstrates the first two movements of The Five Tibetan Rites as performed by four of our Registered T5T Instructors.
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