Five Tibetan Rites

Updated: Oct 14

6D Living recommends practicing the Five Tibetan Rites daily and preferably in the morning just after waking. Practicing these rites daily could help increase energy levels, provide a greater sense of overall balance as well as strengthen muscles.



"The Five Tibetan Rites is a system of exercises reported to be more than 2,500 years old which were first publicized by Peter Kelder in a 1939 publication titled The Eye of Revelation." (see cover image below)


"The Rites are said to be a form of Tibetan yoga similar to the yoga series that originated in India. However, the Five Rites and traditional Tibetan yoga both emphasize "a continuous sequence of movement" (Sanskrit: vinyasa), whereas Indian forms focus on "static positions". - Wikipedia


Practitioners of these rites claim that daily practice can “yield positive medical effects such as improved eyesight, memory, potency, hair growth, restoration of full color to completely gray hair, and anti-aging.”. Most practitioners commonly report that their daily practice has led to increased energy levels, decreased stress levels and an enhanced sense of clarity of thought and calm overall. Learn more about the Five Tibetan Rites and their history.



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"In the original The Eye of Revelation booklet, Kelder suggests standing erect between each of the Five Rites with hands on hips and taking one or two deep breaths; he neither implies nor suggests that specific breathing patterns should be adopted while performing the movements. Nevertheless, subsequent publications pertaining to the Rites contain edits by others which recommend and detail specific instructions for breathing while performing the exercises." - Wikipedia





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