Five Secret Tibetan Rejuvenation Rites Program
How the Five Rites Operate The Five Rites Program Beginning the "Five Rites" Exercise Program "Five Tibetan Rites" Exercise Program The Five Tibetan Rites Preparation Exercises Alternatives Warm-up Exercises Tibetan Rejuvenation Rite #6 restricted exercise Rite #6 Detoxification
PRECAUTIONS: Seek your physician's advice before beginning this program if you have any of the following conditions - pregnancy, recent abdominal surgery, unmediated high blood pressure, hiatal hernia, hernia, hyperthyroidism, vertigo, seizure disorder, severe arthritis of the spine, lower back pain, neck pain, weak abdominal muscles, shoulder or leg stiffness or weakness, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, fibromyositis, carpal tunnel syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome. To stay forever young is perhaps the dream of every heart. We are sharing this information in the supreme of interests and sincerely hope that humans will benefit from the practice of the five rites. In 1985 CE a book entitled The Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth written by Peter Kelder was published which for the first time fully described an exercise program for "youthing." This is an exercise program used by Tibetan monks to live long, vibrant and healthy lives. In fact, this book states that many have lived longer than most are capable of imagining by following the program often called the "Five Tibetan Rites". The benefits are described in this book and a subsequent book 2 with an expanded description of the program by the publisher entitled the Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth - Book 2, a companion to the original book by Peter Kelder. The Tibetan Rites of rejuvenation are believed to have been brought to the United States of America by a British Naval officer in the 1930's CE. A "best selling book" "The Ancient Secrets of the Fountain of Youth," is about this man and his story brought information on the exercises and their rejuvenating effects to the United States of America. The exercises are thought to work on the charkas, or energy centers of the body. They help to restore the normal spin of the chakras, which in turn helps to restore vibrant health. For more information on the Tibetan Rites, their history and benefits please see the books below. Begin with 1-5 repetitions of each exercise. Add 2 repetitions each week or as you consider yourself ready to. Work up to a total of 21 repetitions of each exercise. For greatest results perform daily.
The Tibet exercises are so easy it is funny. They are a series of five exercises that take about 10-15 minutes to complete, that everyone is capable of learning in a few minutes, and are capable of being done anywhere where there's enough space to lie down. Each exercise is done 21 times, and you are not required to hold the position as you would in Hatha yoga. You combine deep breathing with the movements. The first exercise is not even an "exercise" as it only involves turning around in a circle. In the second "rite" you lay down, raise your leg in the air, keeping your chin on your chest. The third rite is a back stretching exercise. The fourth one is doing the "bridge," and the fifth one is a regular, bending, typical yoga exercise. We are not sure it these rites originate from Tibet, or anywhere else. The only factors required for them to work are: To practice them everyday To perform 21 repetitions for each exercise It is recommended that a certain progression be carried out when beginning the five Tibetan rites. We suggest practicing each rite three times a day for the first week. Then, with every following week, to increase the repetition by two, until, after 10 weeks, you are performing 21 repetitions for every rite. The goal is to perform 21 repetitions for every rite, and do the series once or twice a day. One item that we perceive is important to remember is that the rites work in conjunction with each other. So it is important to do all of them....
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