December 26, 2016 at 6:42 am #47573
One of my vertebras is not in position and a bit damaged. Which are the best methods from the beginners practices to fix it?December 28, 2016 at 1:25 am #47574
Is this a recent acute injury or is this a long-term chronic condition?
SDecember 28, 2016 at 4:18 am #47576
Its chronic. I don’t have any or very little pain. It seems that the position of the vertebra is misplaced and its damaged. I think I get it in position just with stretching.
It could be either due to too much sitting since my work is on the computer, or carrying my daughter too much. Now I avoid both sitting (I stand part of my working time) and carrying my daughter. Its quite nice that I found this problem with a scan, because when I did the orbit I had a uncomfortable sensation in that area.y And it was shooting this energy towards the left. Well turns out that the vertebra is little bit damages on the left side and touches the nerve there. Its in the mid back, just opposite the solar plexus.
Thank you Steven 🙂December 28, 2016 at 7:49 pm #47578
Then, I’d recommend you get Karin Sörvik’s Tao Yin DVD, it would be good for your spine. See: Karin’s Tao Yin DVD. Obviously shipping may be more, given you live overseas, but if you email Karin I’m sure she can work it out with you. She teaches internationally and is used to people from different countries ordering items. Mention my name that I sent you to her to get the DVD. I believe the DVD is region-free.
Also supportive would be Master Chia’s Spinal Cord Breathing exercise (look it up online), and for too much computer work, the Iron Shirt 1 posture of Iron Bridge.
Continuing to do the microcosmic orbit will be supportive.
Change will be in proportion to how much you do vs. how much you continue to aggravate it with poor habits. With excessive bad habits, no amount of support will reverse it, the best you could do would be to slow the worsening. Habit change is the most important part. Then the other items will support and speed positive change.
SDecember 30, 2016 at 7:34 am #47580January 2, 2017 at 11:16 am #47582
After the fight, Bahubali was filled with disgust at the world and developed a desire for renunciation. Bahubali abandoned his clothes and kingdom to become a Digambara monk and began meditating with great resolve to attain omniscience (Kevala Jnana). He is said to have meditated motionless in a standing posture (kayotsarga) for a year, during which time climbing plants grew around his legs. However, he was adamant and continued his practice unmindful of the vines, ants, and dust that enveloped his body…
Kayotsarga (Sanskrit: कायोत्सर्ग Kāyōtsarga), Magadhi Prakrit: काउस्सग्ग Kāussagga is a yogic posture which is an important part of the Jain meditation. It literally means “dismissing the body”. A tirthankara is represented either seated in yoga posture or standing in the Kayotsarga posture. Kayotsarga means to give up one’s physical comfort and body movements, thus staying steady, either in a standing or other posture, and concentrating upon the true nature of the soul. It is one of the six essentials (avasyaka) of a Jain ascetic. It is one of the 28 primary attributes of a Digambara monk.
-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KayotsargaJanuary 2, 2017 at 11:32 am #47584
Computed tomography (CT) of the spine is a diagnostic imaging test used to help diagnoseor rule outspinal column damage in injured patients. CT scanning is fast, painless, noninvasive and accurate.
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