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04-02-2013, 10:17 AM


The book "The Five Tibetans - The Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth" was written in the thirties by Peter Kelder, and aims to explain the 5 sources of magical rites Tibetan youth, health and vitality lasting. In the famous Kelder volume describes the research of these rites, so long hidden in the ancient Tibetan monasteries, and how they arrived in the West. Shows which are the five rites and run them to improve their psychological well-being, effectively fighting the aging process.


In the body there are seven major energy centers that correspond to the seven endocrine glands. Bodily functions are regulated by hormones secreted by the endocrine glands own. The seven energy centers called chakras may be considered as electric fields invisible to the naked eye. Each chakra has the center in one of the seven endocrine glands (internal secretion) that have the function of stimulating the production of hormones. Hormones regulate the functions of the body including the aging process.

The seven chakras are so localized: 1) the glands of the playback 2) the pancreas 3) the adrenal glands 4) the thymus 5) the thyroid 6) the pineal gland 7) the pituitary gland.

Balancing the seven energy centers is also normalized hormonal imbalance, so the cells can replicate and thrive. Stimulating all the adjustment systems of the body, the endocrine glands, the circulatory system, the meridians ... we act on the biochemical level of enzymes and hormones, affecting the well-being and emotional. In a healthy person every energy center wheel at great speed, so that the vital energy also called prana flows upward through the endocrine system. If one of these centers slows down, stops the flow of vital energy thus influencing health status.

The Five Tibetans stimulate effectively the seven energy, promoting physical and mental wellbeing.


Dr. Bowen, who practice for more than 15 years, the Five Tibetans, explained how they are beneficial: "The total sum of the inputs and outputs of the neurological body at a given time is called the integrated state central. Think of it as a checking account. The "deposits" are from mechanical receptors, the sensory nerves of the specialized joints. The highest density of these receptors Mechanical is located in the area of ​​the head and the upper part of the neck, and almost all Rites include some kind of flexion or extension of the neck. These nerves provide a constant flow of sensory information to the brain. The motion of the joint stimulates mechanoreceptors, and this increases the activity in the cerebellum and thalamus. These parts of the brain integrate all incoming information and regulate the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system, which controls involuntary actions, the automatic body functions such as heart, lungs, intestines and glands.
More "deposits" are made, the better balance and more options you will have. The lack of stimulation, such as when a person is confined to bed for a long period of time, results in a decrease in the "account balance".

According to Dr. Bowen, one of the things that contribute most to premature aging and chronic diseases is our sedentary lifestyle. The lack of movement causes a sensory slowdown that affects every body system. When the nerves sensors do not receive any signal, they begin to atrophy, and this leads to an interruption in the other functions.

"The Rites work by stimulating mechanoreceptors and strengthening the central integrative state, which in turn affects the immune system, digestion, respiration, cardiovascular activity, and evacuation. That is why the practice of the rites may decrease the chances of contracting the flu or the common cold, may delay the emergence of degenerative diseases associated with aging, and have a beneficial effect on many different ailments, from arthritis to sinus problems. A better circulation increases blood flow, especially to the face, bringing fresh oxygen and nutrients to the skin and carrying away waste products. Of course, the daily practice of Rites, which stimulates the nervous system, which in turn controls the circulatory system, it helps to look younger and better".

Many physicians surveyed believe that the improvement of the circulation produced by the Rites helps the body rid itself of toxins, waste products and impurities that are stored in fat tissue, organs and joints.

Others focus attention on the fact that the Rites generate a better flow of oxygen to the brain, improving its ability to function.

Many believe that the stimulation of the chakras, or energy centers, in fact represents a stimulation of the endocrine system.

In 1978, R. Keith Wallace, UCLA physiologist, showed the direct effects of meditation on aging. He measured three biological parameters: blood pressure, vision and hearing.All three of these factors improved with continued practice, and Wallace said that in these cases the biological age was structurally operating in reverse. Those who practiced meditation for less than five years had a mean age biological was functionally less than five years compared to the indication of their chronological age. But those who practiced meditation for more than five years was taken over functional biological age up to twelve years younger. In other words, meditation practiced regularly lowers your functional age, making you actually younger. If the exercises are practiced intensively, after a fairly long time they will begin to cause changes even more important in the way that the energy circulates in this part of the body. Digestion will improve, and so the food will be absorbed more effectively, which will lead you to eat less. As a result, improve the health and vitality will be intensified and then you'll look better.


Perform the Five Rites daily.
Practicing the Rites in sequence, from the First to the Fifth.
Perform 21 repetitions of each Rite.
If you are sick, busy or tired, you should run every rite to only 3 times than not at all.If you happen to miss more than one day, take a few steps back into the routine.
Carried a lesser number of repetitions of those that were doing and retrieved the shape within a week. Never try to add extra repetitions to compensate those who have lost.
It 'better to perform the rites first thing in the morning on an empty stomach.It 'important to wear comfortable clothes and comfortable that do not impede movement.
Choose the most comfortable, reasonably quiet and private as possible, with enough space around it.
While practicing the rites, try not to think about your day, your obligations, and your interests, focus your attention on the movement you are doing.
The concentration on your breathing can help you with a renewed focus.
The main thing is breathing. If you do not breathe properly, the effectiveness of the exercises it is affected.
Every time that brings us closer to the ground, exhaling, and every time you leave the ground, you inhale.

I'm a fan of these exercises, there is also a n6 rite.
It is Moolah Bandha


There are also Makkoh Ho exercises that can be beneficial and also, fascias stretchings.

solomon levi
04-02-2013, 12:48 PM
I've been wanting to do these again. Time to stop wanting and start doing. I always notice the benefits.

04-02-2013, 02:18 PM
I've been practicing religiously the 5 Rites now for a good 12 years if not more. I can't recommend something more beneficial!

A note of advice, advance with the repetition slowly. In other words, don't skip from, say, 5 reps to 17! I've done so, and I can tell you I had quite uncomfortable pains, something like 'birthing pains'. It's a fascinating group of yogic exercises, that is for sure.