How do kriyas work?
Our bodies are like technology with various components that interact with each other in intricate ways. For example, our hearts generate electromagnetic energy, our feet determine the structure of our physical body and mind, our hair acts as antennas, and our nostrils have different effects on our breathing. We also have channels running up each side of our spine for receiving and eliminating life force energy.
The directions for using this technology have been passed down since ancient times. Our kriyas use combinations of these teachings to bring awareness to our human technology and allow us to activate and gain usage of our bodies.
What kind of things do I do during the kriya?
During the kriya, we use movement to clear and activate our energy systems. Our bodies are like giant voltage systems, where our muscles act as battery packs and the fascia that holds them are superconductors. We use breath in various ways to support the bridge to our unconscious self and bring in life force energy. Additionally, we vibrate ourselves with our voice, use intention, meditation, and thought to connect to our intuition, and utilize our nervous system in full versatility to ensure we are properly powered during the kriya and throughout the day.
How come there is only one kriya per week?
Our kriyas are meant to be repeated every day on a 7-day cycle. The energetic properties of the kriyas are strong for the first 24 hours after they are completed. If you repeat the kriya within a day, the effects become more rooted into the body system. After 7 days, you will get a good taste of the impact of the kriya and bring it into your life's practice. Doing the same kriya for many days during the week will also allow you to see how much you have changed around the stability of the repeating kriya.
Historically, many people have repeated kriyas for 3, 7, 11, 40, or even 1000 days or more. Our kriya sets are short to make repetition easier to fit into everyone's schedule. Every week, a new kriya with different intended effects will be introduced. Even though the intention is for our members to do the kriyas every day, if you do not, you can still get massive benefits from repeating them a few times a week.
When is the best time to practice?
The morning is a great time to practice because the body's energy is naturally amplified. The time before the sun rises, when most people in your area are asleep and dreaming, is particularly conducive to deep meditative states as the brain naturally generates theta and delta brain waves. Getting up early and practicing a kriya during these times can coordinate special experiences and clear and activate all the body/mind/spirit channels, setting you up for a productive day.
Can I have access to the past kriyas?
We do not provide access to past kriyas because the nature of our website is to provide a weekly kriya that is to be practiced daily. We believe that repeating the same kriya for a week provides the optimal state of being, and that practicing a variety of kriyas this way constantly over a long time period is important for overall growth and development. By not providing access to past kriyas, we encourage our members to be present with the current programmed kriya and commit to the practice in the present moment.
How am I billed for subscription?
Once you register for our "Kriya of the Week" plan, you will be subscribed to a monthly billing on either your credit card or PayPal. The billing will occur on the same day of the month that your subscription started.
How do I cancel my subscription?
To cancel your subscription, you may do so in your account center. Then click on subscriptions. Or you may simply submit a cancellation request using the form below, and we will process it. You may cancel at any time and still access the website until the end of your current paid month.
What if I am pregnant or menstruating?
It is ultimately your responsibility to know what is safe for your body. However, we advise against doing breath of fire if you are in the first three days of your period or if you are pregnant. During these times, you may substitute long deep breathing for any time breath of fire is instructed. Please consult with your physician or healthcare provider if you have any concerns about practicing kriyas while pregnant or menstruating.