Just read Nam Hari’s January 2017 Numerology Forecast. What a great message she gives us.
“The calendar year of 2017 is ruffling its mighty feathers, and we are about to take off on a near non-stop flight of fast and furious change. The overall number for 2017 is a 10, and number 10 represents the dynamic of “All or Nothing!”” says Nam Hari
The “All in, or all out” might sound unsettling or extreme but don’t worry it doesn’t have to be. If we can look at the teachers or learning we can take from this idea. We can see this as an opportunity to to develop better boundaries, letting go of old ways, situations and people that are now longer working for you. No more living in the middle. Time to pick what’s the best for you. You will will come out a warrior.
Nam Hari advises that .. “Pace yourself, as number 10 represents the nervous system and our ability to maintain an even keel under pressure. … From a yogic perspective, we must incorporate the Gift number for this year, which is an 8: Gift is 1+7=8. Number 8 is the Pranic Body and the breath, and using our breath through pranayam and exercise is how we can stay energized, focused, and balanced.”
Try out this mediation “Caliber for Constant Self-Authority”
The meditation is an excellent practice for this year. Number 10 represents authority, and we need to develop a self-awareness that allows us to decipher the right course of action.
Working with the Pranic Body this year is a must. It’s only when we breath deeply through the heavy, dark and uncomfortable moments in our life that we can truly heal from them.
Characteristics of the Eighth Body: Pranic Body
- Through the breath, the Pranic Body continuously brings the life force and energy into your system
- Purity, energy, fearlessness, self-initiation
- Key phrase: “Finite to Infinite”
- Mastery: fearless, fully alive, at one with all creation; nothing can bother you; self-motivated with enough energy to achieve goals
- If weak: constant low-level anxiety and chronic fatigue; look to food or stimulants for energy; fearful, defensive
- Key to Balancing: all pranayam.
Here’s some great Kundalini Pranayam Techniques
Plus here are some yoga poses to work on the nervous system
- Child’s Pose (Balasana)
- Seated Spinal Twist Pose (Ardha Matsyendrāsana):
- Anuloma-Viloma (Alternate Nostril Breathing):
- Down Dog Pose (Adho Mukha Svanasana)
The full list of poses can be found here
Note from me
The most important thing is to do your best and honor where you at at – physically/mentally/emotionally. So no worries if you need to take a break during any of the kriyas exercises, I suggest to just let the clock run for the time indicated in each of the parts, and when you are ready bring to yourself back to your breath and continue with the practice. With each practice you will stay longer and your concentration will increase. Like life, yoga is a constant practice, so please try and enjoy the moment :D.
Try this out for a few days. Positive physical, mental and emotional effects of a yoga practice are cumulative. So, the more you practice, the more you will benefit.
ENJOY! warmly yours … Jennifer