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The Five Tibetans stimulate full energy flow through the chakras and enliven These exercises also tone and strengthen the major muscle groups, contributing . Five Tibetan Exercises For Rejuvenation And Longevity. Rite 1. Stand erect with arms outstretched, horizontal to the floor. Spin around clockwise, until you. The Five Tibetan Rites is a yoga routine based on a ritual of exercises discovered in the Eye of Revelation – The Original Five Tibetan Rites of Rejuvenation.

SPECIAL CAUTION: Spinning and stretching through the following exercises can aggravate certain health conditions such as any type of heart problem, multiple sclerosis, Parkinsons's Disease, severe arthritis of the spine, uncontrolled high blood pressure, a hyperthyroid condition, or vertigo.

Problems may also be caused if you are taking drugs that cause dizziness. Please consult your physician prior to beginning these exercises if you have any difficult health issues or if you have any other concerns. The Five Tibetan Rites Rite 1 Stand erect with arms outstretched horizontal to the floor, palms facing down.

Your arms should be in line with your shoulders. Spin around clockwise until you become slightly dizzy. Gradually increase number of spins from 1 spin to 21 spins. Breathing: Inhale and exhale deeply as you do the spins. Rite 2 Lie flat on the floor, face up.

Fully extend your arms Along your sides and place the palms of your hands against the floor, keeping fingers close together. Then raise your head off the floor tucking your chin into your chest.

As you do this, lift your legs, knees straight, into a vertical position. If possible, extend the legs over the body towards your head. Do not let the knees bend. Then slowly lower the legs and head to the floor, always Keeping the knees straight.

Allow the muscles to relax, and repeat. Breathing: Breathe in deeply as you lift your head and legs and exhale as you lower your head and legs. Rite 3 Kneel on the floor with the body erect.

The hands should be placed on the backs of your thigh muscles. Incline the head and neck forward, tucking your chin in against your chest. Then throw the head and neck backward, arching the spine. Your toes should be curled under through this exercise. As you arch, you will brace your arms and hands against the thighs for support. After the arching return your body to an erect position and begin the rite all over again. Breathing: Inhale as you arch the spine and exhale as you return to an erect position.

Rite 4 Sit down on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you and your feet about 12" apart. With the trunk of the body erect, place the palms of your hands on the floor alongside your buttocks. Then tuck the chin forward against the chest. Now drop the head backward as far as it will go.

At the same time raise your body so that the knees bend while the arms remain straight. Then tense every muscle in your body. Finally let the muscles relax as you return to your original sitting position. Rest before repeating this Rite. Breathing: Breathe in as you raise up, hold your breath as you tense the muscles, and breathe out fully as you come down. Rite 5 Lie down with your face down to the floor.

You will be supported by the hands palms down against the floor and the toes in the flexed position. Throughout this rite, the hands and feet should be kept straight.

Start with your arms perpendicular to the Floor, and the spine arched, so that the body Is in a sagging position.

Now throw the head back as far as possible. The, bending at the hips, bring the body up into an inverted "V". At the same time, bring the chin forward, Tucking it against the chest. Breathing: Breathe in deeply as you raise the body, and exhale fully as you lower the body.

Exercises In Preparation For Doing the Five Tibetan Rites The following group of exercises has been developed as a preparation for doing the Five Rites, or as an alternative when you are unable to do any of the Five Rites. Doing these exercises will help you strengthen and become more flexible to be able to do the Five Rites as they have been described above.

Do these alternative exercises in the sequence from one to five and when possible, substitute the Five Rite exercise into this alternative program until you have fully integrated the Five Rites. As with the Five Rites, begin by doing two or three of each exercise daily, until you are able to do 10 each day. Once you are able to do ten of these alternatives, you should be ready to begin doing the Five Rite exercises themselves. Alternative for Rite 1 Exercise 1 Stand with your feet about 12 inches apart.

Extend your arms palms down until your arms are level with your shoulders. Swing your arms to the right, letting your slapping your left hand against your right shoulder, with your right hand slapping against the small of your back.

Then swing your arms in the opposite direction, having your right hand slap against your left shoulder and the back of your left hand slap against the small of your back. As you swing back and forth allow your torso and legs to follow the movement. Allow your heels to lift from the floor but do not allow either foot to completely leave the floor. As you swing right turn your head right, and turn your head left as you swing to the left.

Breathing: Breathe in rhythm to your swinging Movement. Alternative for Rite 2 Exercise 2 Lie down on the floor and elevate your head and shoulders propping up on your elbows keeping your forearms flat on the floor, palms facing down.

Keeping your legs straight, hold them off the floor For 20 or 30 seconds. Breathing: Inhale as you raise your legs, breathe in and out normally while holding your legs up, and exhale as you lower your legs.

Instead information on our Teacher of the stooped, limping, sallow old gentleman with a cane, he was Training Program tall, straight, ruddy-complexioned man in the prime of life. Even his hair, which had grown back, held no trace of gray. View my complete profile Given the glowing language of the time and the mystical overtones, I don't think it is surprising that people believe the Rites to be a cure for all ailments and aging.

Followers I for example, found the whole idea of the hair growing back dark rather far fetched, until Stuart French who attended one of my workshops reported that this had happened to his sideburns. Join this site w ith Google Friend Connect So what's the truth? This article from Yoga Journal says in part: During the past 80 years, health professionals in India and the West have begun to investigate the therapeutic potential of yoga. To date, thousands of research studies have been undertaken and have shown that with the practice of yoga a person can, indeed, learn to control such physiologic parameters as blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory function, metabolic rate, skin resistance, brain waves, body temperature, and many other bodily functions.

These are kind of magnetic centres. They revolve at great Getting the Benefits You E People don't always trust Testimonials but they are a great overview of what people personally believe they have gained. Testimonials from qualified health professionals, fitness professionals to the general public all point to similar benefits. One-sided means that it is all positive with no negatives.

You have to have both - same as in life. You can't have a gain without a loss, or a loss without a gain. You can't have ugly without beautiful to tell you what ugly is and so on.

Focusing only the positive benefits of the Rites will inevitably disappoint.

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Perhaps the negatives of having to make the time to do them, or getting up early to do them, or even making the physical effort, do not outweight the benefits. A great question to ask oneself would be, "What am I losing by doing the Rites? Neither state is a place where you will relax and enjoy them. For me, I made a decision that aging doesn't get better!

I knew I would need to do many things to get more out of my life for as long as I could. T5T is one of those. I don't need to think about it anymore, I just do it.

I know it works, I know it will work in the long term and no more thought needs to be applied to it. One of their sons recently told me his father is getting younger every time he sees him. Clearly that isn't true, but his father believes the Rites are the reason for his physical strength and wellbeing.

Who is to dispute him? Colonel Bradford himself says that the monks told him that you need to invest a strong amount of faith and belief in the Rites to maximise their benefit. If you think old, you become old. He suggests people stride instead of hobble for example.

So what did I say to the gentleman from Croatia? For some people, the benefits are less dramatic. If you were going to get any major changes, this would be most noticeable in the first 2 weeks. Therefore the only long-term benefits I think you may get are in the area of strength and flexibility development, increased calmness emotionally and greater positivity.

You may also notice that you get ill less often or that the symptoms are less. Are you by any chance sleeping more with vivid dreams, or do you need less sleep? Just like electricity our body is infused with life-energy, even though you can't see it. As you would know, the Rites stimulate the flow of life-energy through the body, unblocking stagnant areas and revitalising the body. This 'feeling' is more subtle than the typical physical sensations we are used to and you may need to fine tune your awareness.

The best way of doing this is by becoming more present during and after your practice. Try and be much more present not thinking of the past or future events or things done or things to do when doing the Rites.

Yoga and the Rites are meditation in motion. Practice the ability to train the monkey mind to be still, by focusing on balance, precision, control, alignment, sensation, lack of sensation and of course the breath! Often the best way to find out if you are getting any benefits is to stop doing them for a month at least! If you find you don't want to stop - then take notice!

Your body knows it wants to keep doing them, even though you are not feeling any major changes. Then do your 21 repetitions and notice if there is a difference. Do you notice a change immediately after doing the Rites?

Wth regard to your question about what can you do to improve the effects: Are you doing T5T or the original version from one of the Peter Kelder books? He does not include much on breathing which is a major health and vitality improver. A number of clinical studies have shown that how well you breathe literally dictates your lifespan.

T5T contains extensive knowledge in breathing and specialised breathing is carried out between each Rite. I updated the Rites calling them T5T The Five Tibetans to make them more potent in light of modern exercise knowledge as well as to prevent a pattern of lower back pain and neck pain I observed from people practicing the original Rites - particulary from Rites 2 and 3.

T5T focuses on developing strong deep abdominal muscles core stability.

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These muscles wrap around and protect the spine like a natural weight belt preventing back injury there are also neck stabiliser muscles which are also activated correctly during T5T. These actions are repetitive and correct alignment and control is very important. Strong core muscles also counteract the effects of gravity on the elimination organs as well as stimulate the reproductive glands.

Interesting question and I think your answer is unsatisfactory, sorry.

The Five Tibetan Rites - Powerful Mind Body Healing

I am very sure of the benefits of doing the five tibetans, I know this from experience. I started doing them last year and kept going until last month. The benefits are very good - erect stance, which was a big problem for me, and in the first weeks I felt more energy. Aside from the tibetans I am also doing martial arts but let me tell you about my experience with the Tibetans.

After months of practice I noticed that there is no more benefits from doind them. I skiped a day or two occasionally but overall was pretty consistent. Even though, I kept goid from about 6 months and then I stoped doing them because I didn't believe I get any tangible results from doing them. Yes, if I stop doing them for some time I will notice some change, but my day goes the same way.

The Five Tibetan Rites: Exercises for Healing, Rejuvenation, and Longevity

I am breathing and try to follow the description as much as I can. But I think that there is something more to the equation. I think the tibetans should be research and we have ti find how exactly they affect the human body and spirit. And from my personal experience meditation brings joy, energy and calmness even more.

So I am not regecting the positive benefits of T5T, but as they work for some people wonders, they provide minimum of benefit for others. This is true for almost every healing method or practice.

Hi Angel, I have amended my post by the way to include positives and negatives. You may want to re-read this section. I agree with you that it would be great to test the Rites thoroughly. The people being tested would have to only do the Rites and no other form of exercise etc to evaluate the results correctly. For now we do not have the ability to measure life-energy in the body, and have only the teachings of the ancients and the experiences of those who do energy-raising activities.

I am sure there are others who have similar experiences to you. Rite 2 Lie flat on the floor, face up. Fully extend your arms along your sides and place the palms of your hands against the floor, keeping fingers close together.

Then raise your head off the floor, tucking your chin into your chest. As you do this, lift your legs, knees straight, into a vertical position. If possible, extend the legs over the body towards your head.

Do not let the knees bend. Then slowly lower the legs and head to the floor, always keeping the knees straight. Allow the muscles to relax, and repeat.

Breathing: Breathe in deeply as you lift your head and legs, and exhale as you lower your head and legs. Rite 3 Kneel on the floor with the body erect. The hands should be placed on the backs of your thigh muscles. Incline the head and neck forward, tucking your chin in against your chest.

Then throw the head and neck backward, arching the spine. Your toes should be curled under throughout this exercise.

As you arch, you will brace your arms and hands against the thighs for support. After the arching, return your body to an erect position and begin the rite all over again. Breathing: Inhale as you arch the spine and exhale as you return to an erect position. Rite 4 Sit down on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you and your feet about 12" apart.

With the trunk of your body erect, place the palms of your hands on the floor alongside your buttocks. Then tuck your chin forward against the chest. Now drop your head backward as far as it will go. At the same time raise your body so that your knees bend while your arms remain straight. Then tense every muscle in your body. Finally let the muscles relax as you return to your original sitting position. Rest before repeating this Rite.

Breathing: Breathe in as you raise up, hold your breath as you tense the muscles, and breathe out fully as you come down. Rite 5 Lie down with your face down to the floor.Placing the chin on the chest again stimulates Vortex C This tones the gland and causes a secretion of its hormone which gives the body an increase in energy.

By practicing the Five Rites one seems to have the potential of increasing their bodies ability to capture, create, and use the vital forces that underlie the amazing field of vibrations we call life. Warm-Up Exercise 2 Stand upright, slowly rotate your shoulders in a forward circular motion 5 times, then reverse the movement and rotate your shoulders in a backward circular motion 5 times.

In fact, this book states that many have lived longer than most can imagine by following the program often called the "Five Tibetan Rites". However, I also accept the viewpoint of a previous comment that referred to an overly high expectation on the Rites being a panacea or cure for everything!