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The Five Tibetans: Five Dynamic Exercises for Health, Energy, and Personal Power [Format Kindle]

Christopher S. Kilham

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“Inspired and clear, The Five Tibetans makes a worthy contribution to body-mind wellness and longevity.”
Dr. Mehmet Oz

New edition of the popular yoga classic

• Provides illustrated instructions for the five yogic exercises known as the Five Tibetans

• Includes a new chapter on the author’s continued devotion to this daily practice, even during his extensive worldwide travels

• Explains how regular practice of these postures relieves muscle tension and nervous stress, improves digestion, strengthens the cardiovascular system, tunes and energizes the chakras, and leads to deep relaxation and well-being

Originating in the Himalayas, the five yogic exercises known as the Five Tibetans take only a minimum of daily time and effort but dramatically increase physical strength, energy, and suppleness as well as mental acuity. Also called the Five Rites of Rejuvenation, these exercises were brought to the West in the early 20th century by a retired British army officer who learned them in a Tibetan lamasery. Regular practice of these postures relieves muscle tension and nervous stress, improves digestion, strengthens the cardiovascular system, tunes and energizes the chakras, and leads to deep relaxation and well-being. Enhancing the innate energetic power of the body and mind, these exercises provide a vehicle for enlivening the senses and harnessing energy for the purpose of self-transformation. Since 1978, Christopher Kilham has taught these exercises to thousands of people seeking a healthier lifestyle.

The Five Tibetans has established itself as a classic among yoga practitioners and teachers alike. In this new edition the author shares his own positive experiences from more than 30 years’ devotion to the practice, even during his extensive worldwide travels, and explores the spiritual benefits of the Five Tibetans as well as the profound impact the practice has on health, longevity, and healthy aging.

Biographie de l'auteur

Christopher Kilham has more than twenty years experience with the practice and teaching of yoga and is the author of several books, including The Bread and Circus Whole Food Bible, Kava, Take Charge of Your Health and Inner Power, In Search of New Age, and the audio Awakening Kundalini for Health Energy and Consciousness.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 561 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 96 pages
  • Editeur : Healing Arts Press; Édition : 2 (16 août 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B005IQ68G6
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Five Tibetans 25 décembre 2012
Par Monte60 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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~~~WOW~~~ What a great book...I'm 65 years old and have been having a little trouble with my balance since last year (2011). I have ridden motorcycles all my life, so this is even more important to me. Read and started the exercises in March 2012..In the book it states that you can "retrain" your vestibular system and therefore regain your full balance. Ya, right I thought. But, what the Hell, give it a try. Well, IT WORKS! "Spin" slowly, VERY SLOWLY at first. The book recommends 10 reps, I thought, I'll try 5! Good thing too, almost fell on my ass! So, 5 slow the first day, 6 the next and so on. Got to 10, then sped up to about 1 rpm every 3 to 4 seconds! This is very slow...got to 21 spins in 2 weeks. THEN started to work on speed...after a month I got to about 21 reps with 1 RPM per 2 to 3 seconds...then 2 seconds...by now (Dec.2012) it's about a second and a half to 2 seconds, sometimes under 1.5 seconds...this may not sound fast but TRY IT! But please be very careful...I do this by a railing so I have something to grab onto if need be...take it slow and you won't need to...but this system WORKS!!
As for the other yoga exercises, they are simple...NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH EASY! After 3 months they got to be fun...after 6 months they are "easy"...but I'm still not so "limber" yet...but for the first time in decades I can touch my toes and even put my knuckles on the floor without bending my knees! At 5'11" and 180lbs, I'm not exactly "big" but "limber" is not normally my game...it is now...and I'm working more on it... It's very important, yoga will help lower blood pressure for various reasons. For me, the key is "Take it easy, do what you can, do the best you can and every day you'll do better!" And YES, I do these usually 6 or more times per week...I miss them when I don't. If for no other reason, buy this for your parents so they can regain their balance, so many seniors are injured or killed because of this ONE thing. At ten bucks it's the best insurance! Yoga works!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Powerful! 9 novembre 2011
Par organicisbetter - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This Five Tibetan Rights routine is powerful to say the least. After doing consistently for about 2 weeks, I can feel the energy building in the lower back/spine area and a sense of warmth accompanies the energy. This is explained via chakras and the purpose of the routine. Very simple but profound and noticeable. I have done various forms of yoga, ti chi, qi gong, etc, and this routine seems to have some of the fastest results that I have noticed. I highly recommend this book and I like the purposeful and to the point chapters. Read up on this routine and the start each right slowly, building to the suggested 21 reps. Practice each day and you will see and feel what it can offer.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Would benefit by better visuals / graphics. Otherwise, very good. 7 décembre 2013
Par A. J. Freed - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is an excellent manual for introducing someone to yoga. It is not vastly different than the Kundalini yoga I have practiced. The author claims it is most likely Tibetan in origin but it is similar to Kundalini and Chinese as well. No matter what the origin, the exercises are very worthwhile. Mr. Kilham writes gently and, for the most part, clearly. You do get the human element, you will feel as if he is alongside you as you read and I enjoy the authors writing style.This book is not intended to be deep; it is written for a beginner but it would be good if you had some experience with yoga prior to trying these exercises.

My rating of three stars is because the exercises are not that clearly defined. For instance, in his first exercise, there is only one picture. The description mentions that you "whirl like a Dervish". I am not certain what that means; i.e., how do I move my feet, position the other parts of my body as I "whirl" ?, etc.

I might be tainted by the fact that there are so many interactive products out there now that can be used to teach with far more detail than Mr. Kilham's written descriptions with only one or two pictures.

The author goes beyond the 5 Tibetans (even adding his own 6th) and discusses breathing and Kundalini meditation.This part of the book is actually more worthwhile, in my opinion, than the main theme. His descriptions of chakras, meditation and breathing do not need the visual accompaniments that would benefit the yoga exercises. I'd buy the book for these sections alone.

It really is a decent book, a functional learning tool and a good reference.
It would be wonderful if the author modernized a bit and republished this with a web site with videos or included a CD / flash drive, with better visuals.

Still, a good book to have in your library if you are a beginner, or experienced practitioner looking for something new.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 My doctor recommended this... 24 septembre 2011
Par R. Jane Gagner - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Surprisingly, my cardiologist recommended this book to me. I'd mentioned I stretched and did yoga for my health since I'm disabled. As an aside and not as a Cardiologist, he recommended this book for my health. I've a ways to go before I get to this, still working on a lower level yoga but these aren't over the top, either. When I get to a certain level, and I'm getting there pretty quickly, I will be doing the "Five Tibetans" in my weekly routine...which changes according to my state of health. Admittedly, it's easier doing Yoga routinely with a CD guiding me at the moment. But, I'm finding it easier and easier to do without the CD and will easily be able to incorporate what I learn from the book, which I went through the pictures to see the moves but I haven't had time to read it in depth and look forward to doing so. After all, Yoga is not just moves, it's mindful movement. Very wonderful.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Christopher Kilham, the Medicine Hunter, has written a small, but great book. 4 novembre 2012
Par Auntie Mame - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Five Tibetans, written by Christopher Kilham, the Medicine Hunter, is a marvelous little book. He describes how to do each exercise in a complete but concise manner. The book is a wealth of information on different forms of breathing and meditation as well as The Five Tibetans. He writes in an easy to read way, making the possibility of doing the Five Tibetans daily, with 21 repetitions into an achievable goal. It's a book I'll read again and again. Thanks Mr. Kilham and thank you, Amazon, for such prompt delivery!
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