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Do you know the 5 Tibetans? Have you ever heard of it? Or even, do you practice the 5 Tibetans?
I wanted here to share with you the existence of the 5 Tibetans because for my part, I practice these rites for more than 2 years now and I derive many benefits compared to yoga. What are the 5 Tibetans? As the number 5 indicates, the five Tibetans is a compilation of five exercises to be performed every day. According to the books, books or websites that define it, the daily and regular practice of the five Tibetans would relieve muscle tension and relieve stress, it would improve breathing and digestion, benefit the cardiovascular system and provide relaxation and deep well-being. These exercises would be particularly suitable for those who do not have time to practice a sport and would be within the reach of everyone, regardless of age or physical condition.
For my part, it was after I started making the 5 Tibetans and after some research that I found the existence of the book which brought to light these 5 rites: The 5 Tibetans: Secrets of youth and vitality. This book explains very well the how of the why of the rites, and surprise, I also learned there that there was a 6th rite to transmute the sexual energy… Let us say that the explanations of this 6th rite teach the way of life to use with regard to sexuality, I let you discover it in the book…
You will find at the end of this article an explanatory video on the 5 Tibetan rites and some explanations concerning the transmutation of sexual energy.
Here is a brief summary of the main information about these 5 Tibetans. Good discovery !
Origin of Tibetan rites
These five rites come from monasteries removed from the Himalayas, kept secret until the 1930s, they were presented to the Western world by Peter Kelder. According to the principles of this exercise, the body has 7 energy centers or chakra which correspond to 7 endocrine glands. The hormones secreted by these glands regulate all of our bodily functions. When we have health disturbances, these are due to psychic disturbances, because the consciousness or psychic energy is in perpetual motion. This movement of life disturbs and forces the lower energy centers to rebalance. Here is why the energy level of energy centers decreases. We know today the importance of hormones in the aging process. It has been found that the pituitary gland or pituitary gland begins to produce a “death hormone” at the onset of puberty. This hormone apparently decreases the capacity of our cells when we do not hear the call of our inner Consciousness to live in a healthier and more oriented towards what is essential to us and benefits the common good.
The practice of Tibetan rites
These rites can be practiced morning or evening, or morning and evening, from three times to twenty-one times each. Being aware of your breathing throughout the exercises reinforces the benefits of the practice and brings serenity as you practice. It is advised, during the first weeks, to practice only in the morning to avoid not being able to fall asleep. Another piece of advice is to start with three repetitions, and add two additional repetitions per week, to achieve 21 repetitions of each rite after ten weeks.
First Tibetan rite
Its purpose is to increase the speed of the body’s energy, improve balance and release negative energy. For this, it is a matter of standing upright by stretching the arms horizontally in line with the shoulders, then turning on yourself in a clockwise direction until you have a feeling of slight vertigo. At first, a normal adult will be able to spin about half a dozen times before they start to feel dizzy that will make them want to sit or lie down, and that’s exactly what it takes do after this exercise.
Second Tibetan rite
In this rite, it is simply a matter of lying on your back, on the floor or on a bed. The hands are placed on each side of the body, palms flat against the ground, each hand being slightly turned towards the other. The head and legs are stretched up to the vertical. If possible, we continue the movement towards the head, always without bending the knees, then we slowly descend the stretched legs and the head to the ground and we relax for a few moments before trying again.
This rite strengthens the abdominals and the neck, stimulates the energy center of the solar plexus and tones the pancreas and the thyroid. The lower back must imperatively remain glued to the ground even if we cannot manage to square the legs (otherwise there is a risk of low back pain).
Third Tibetan rite
The third rite must be performed directly after the second. It is a matter of kneeling, feet folded (only the toes touch the ground), placing the hands at the back of the thighs, then tilting the head as far forward as possible, so that the chin touches chest. You breathe deeply by leaning as far back as possible, lifting your head and pulling your chin as far back as possible. We lean forward again while exhaling and we start again.
This rite stretches the flexors of the hips, abdominals and neck, brings energy from the solar plexus to the heart and tones the thymus, thyroid and adrenals.
Fourth Tibetan rite
The fourth exercise is a little more difficult to perform. It involves sitting on the ground with your legs outstretched, then placing your arms alongside your body, pressing your hands on the ground. While inhaling, we lift the body by bending the knees so that the legs and arms are vertical. The rest of the body, from the knees to the shoulders, will be horizontal. You have to put your chin in good contact with the chest, then, before lifting the body horizontally, allow the head to descend slowly as far back as possible. We then return to the sitting position while exhaling and we relax for a few moments before repeating the rite. In the horizontal position, each muscle in the body is contracted slightly, which stimulates the energy centers.
This rite strengthens the shoulders, lower back and glutes, stimulates the energetic centers of the root and the navel, tones the thymus, the thyroid and the adrenals
Fifth Tibetan Rite
The best way to perform this rite is to place the hands on the ground at a distance of about 60 cm, then to stretch the legs with the feet apart also about 60 cm, only the toes touch the ground, head in back. While inhaling we raise the hips as high as possible by leaning on the toes and on the hands, the chin in contact with the chest, then while exhaling we let the body return quietly to the starting position, by raising the head and pushing it back as far as possible. After a few weeks, when this exercise has become easy to perform, the body will be allowed to descend down without touching the ground. Thus, the muscles will be under tension when the body is stretched upwards and, again, when it is stretched downwards. In just over a week,
This rite strengthens the shoulders, stretches the back of the legs, accelerates all the vortices of energy, tones the thymus, the thyroid and the adrenals.
Sixth Tibetan Rite – Transmute Sexual Energy
The five Tibetan rites aim to restore youth, health and vitality. It will also help you to look younger. But to radically regain the appearance of youth, you must practice a sixth rite. However, to benefit from the benefits of the sixth rite, there must be a restriction. Perhaps few people are willing to respect this restriction.
The sixth rite elevates the reproductive energy of the body. This elevation process results not only in a renewal of the mind, but of the whole body.
In the average of men and women a part (often a very large part) of the vital force that nourishes the seven vortices is transformed into reproductive energy. Most of this life force dissipates in the first vortex. She is therefore unlikely to reach the other six.
To become supermen or surfemmas, it is a question of conserving this vital energy and raising it in such a way that it reaches all the vortices, in particular the seventh. In this way, you will not only have discovered “the Elixir of Life” as the Elders called it, but above all you will have put it into practice, which they were however rarely capable of.
This sixth rite is the easiest thing to do. You should only practice it when you feel an excess of sexual energy that you want to express.
The sixth rite elevates the reproductive energy of the body. This elevation process results not only in a renewal of the mind, but of the whole body. In the average of men and women a part (often a very large part) of the vital force that nourishes the seven vortices is transformed into reproductive energy. Most of this life force dissipates in the first vortex. She is therefore unlikely to reach the other six. To become supermen or surfemmas, it is a question of conserving this vital energy and raising it in such a way that it reaches all the vortices, in particular the seventh. In this way, you will not only have discovered “the Elixir of Life” as the Elders called it, but above all you will have put it into practice, which they were however rarely capable of.
Standing, slowly let all the air out of your lungs. During this long expiration, bend forward and put your hands on your knees. Expel the remaining air again and, with the lungs emptied, return to an upright position. Put your hands on your hips and press. This lifts your shoulders. During this time, tuck in the belly as much as possible, lifting the chest. Keep this position as long as possible. With your lungs needing air again, breathe in deeply through your nose and exhale through your mouth. When exhaling, relax your arms by letting them fall along your body. Then breathe deeply several times through your nose or mouth. Three repetitions are generally necessary to transform the sexual energy and thus elevate it.
There is only one difference between a person full of vitality, in good health, and a superman or an overmember. The first transforms its life force into sexual energy. The latter elevate this energy to balance it harmoniously in their seven vortices. This is why a superman or a surfemme rejuvenates every day and every moment. They create in themselves the true “Elixir of life”.
Source for the explanation and description of the rites: Wikipedia
Source for the text of the sixth rite: transition2017.com
Bibliography: Peter Kelder, The five Tibetans – Secrets of youth and vitality , various editions including the Editions Vivez Soleil, Chêne-Bourg / Geneva, 1995 (ISBN 2-88058-091-9)
NOTE FROM PIERRE-ANDRÉ ON THE SIXTH TIBETAN RITE AND THE TRANSMUTATION OF SEXUAL ENERGY:
The message of Jesus in the book The Gospel of the Twelve and of Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov confirms the teaching of the Tibetans concerning the transmutation of the sexual energy. See the two extracts below.
And another questioned him: if someone among us is sick, will we have the power to heal, as you do? And Jesus answered: this power comes from perfect chastity and perfect faith. Those who are born of God keep their seed within themselves. Excerpt from The Gospel of the Twelve, Jesus, chapter 93- verse 3
The controlled sexual energy invigorates the cells of the body, up to the brain.
“Life is transmitted and perpetuated by the genitals. You have to study with what science, what wisdom these organs were created, and respect them. However, it is they who are the least respected: the Puritans speak of it with disgust, debauched people abuse it, humorists and rude people make it a subject of jokes, and most men and women see it only a source of enjoyment. Initiatic Science teaches us that the energy which manifests itself through the genitals descends from the celestial regions. And since it descends from celestial regions, humans must therefore ask questions about how they use the organs by which it manifests. They should even dedicate them to Divinity, so that instead of only crossing them and going to get lost, this cosmic energy of love takes the ascending path and vivifies all the cells of their organism until the brain. As long as they are content to feel it as a great tension from which they are in a hurry to release themselves, they will deprive themselves of all that love could bring them as joy, but also as knowledge, as power. ”Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov
Video on the 5 Tibetan rites
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