Im sure I’ve published my current routine for each day? If I have, meh, it’s been edited a tiny bit since. I developed this format in order to keep in concordance of my Will. It might help if you develop your own regimen for the sake of practice, discipline and spiritual awareness. Hopefully it will be okay.
Daily Routine for Days Off
🔹Perform first Resh or first Adoration – 5 minutes
🔹Perform second Resh or second Adoration – 5 minutes
🔹Core workout/core yoga routine – 10–30 minutes
🔹Sun salutation/Warrior sequence – 10–30 minutes
🔸End midday session with Kundalini meditation and/or mantra – 10-30 minutes
🔹Third Resh or third Adoration – 5 minutes
🔸End sunset session with meditation and/or mantra
🔺Perform fourth Adoration 4 or wait until midnight – 5 minutes
🔻If no bedtime adoration is performed then complete the cycle with the fourth Resh – 5 minutes
🔹First Adoration – 5 minutes
🔹Second Adoration – 5 minutes
🔹Third Adoration – 5 minutes
🔸End session with mantra and LBRP – 10–30 minutes
🔹Fourth Adoration – 5 minutes
My yoga routines are pretty simple, but luckily I can look up a sequence or two on YouTube and get my trainer involved. Other times I just learn whatever routines I can when I go to an hour session at the gym. I have a lot of books and magazines that cover various areas of yoga, so remembering why, how and what benefits are available per asana is easy to come by.
I have two main core workouts that are focused on my back and balance. I also adopted the following “Before Shower Exercise” to continue to push the blood flow around my body.
50 jumping jacks
20 mountain climbers
30 second plank
After you perform Resh, ideally your body should send you into that phase of meditation. It’s mentioned in Liber ABA that after each adoration, you are supposed to ground yourself. For me the urge is a bright and positive feeling so I ground by meditation and exercise.
You just feel great once you enter that phase of mind. I think performing Resh has also helped me lose weight — but I think that’s because my solitary regimen goes hand in hand with exercise, and a healthy diet.
Some folks have said that once you perform Resh properly two things happen, 1) “You can say goodbye to a normal sleep pattern” mentioned by Mr Vamp, and 2) It becomes second nature.
Enjoy the Tara Stiles Core Strength video here.
In LVX 93s x