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Scientific Experience

For thousands of years, medical practitioners have maintained that the body has seven principal energy centers which correspond to the seven endocrine glands, also known as chakras. Chakras are essentially energies within spinning vortexes. As a vortex is increased, the life force becomes stronger and more directed.

Recent medical research has uncovered convincing evidence that the aging process is hormone-regulated.  The five ancient Tibetan rites are said to normalize hormonal imbalances  in the body, thereby holding the key to lasting youth, health, and vitality.  The rites stimulate the energy system in the body, wake up the chakras, and get energy moving from your core outward to your extremities. The theory behind the rites is that your kundalini (spiritual energy) is stored and lies at the base of your spine and that these rites access that energy in a very efficient, fast, and safe way.

Some call these rites isometric exercises. Although they are helpful in stretching muscles and joints and improving muscle tone, this is not their primary purpose. The vortexes spin fast when we are young but as we age or if we are very stressed and don’t exercise, then these vortexes slow down.  Slow & abnormal  vortexes produces abnormal health, deterioration, and old age. The 5 Rites normalize the speed of the spinning vortexes by keeping them spinning at the same rate and working in harmony. 



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