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Do the Five Tibetan Rites help you loose weight? What is the significance of 21 repetitions of The Five Rites? Will I get increased benefit if I do more?

Over the many years I’ve been teaching the Rites, I have noticed the following trends when it comes to losing weight. One thing for sure, is that there is no “one-size fits all” answer to this question. Experience ranges from brilliant like the Testimonial below to the various changes you can see itimized in tibetahi points below.

As you saw and heard tabletop gave me quite a challenge in the past. I have grown much stronger and today for the very first time, table top was a joy, and best of all, my abs were FLAT like a tabletop instead of all blowed out like before! I was so excited!!! I am looking at T5T in a whole new way, and totally believe in the inside changes long before the external changes show up.

I have lost 4 inches around my body in each area bust, waist, hips, more to go! The Rites are said to work by stimulating the major hormonal glands of the body. Around menopause many women tend to put on weight. You can do it: Wear what you like, no-one can see you unless you do it publicly!

Click Here to Learn T5T. The Significance Of 21 Repetitions? The only source of information about the origins of “The Five Tibetan Rites” is to be found in Peter Kelder’s book ” The Eye of Revelation ” download it free here.

The book provides no information at all about the significance of repeating each mov ement 21 times. Why not 22, 35 or 50 etc? However, a precedent can be found in a system of Yantra Yoga, the Buddhist parallel to the Hatha Yoga of the Indian tradition. However, once again Vairocana’s text does not explain the significance of the number Speculation abounds about the significance of the number 21 or – but as you can see, the question is still unanswered!

I must admit I haven’t noticed any difference in benefits though. While the Whirling Dervishes may spin around many hundreds of times, we find that greater benefit is obtained by restricting it to about a dozen or so times, or enough so that Rite Number One can stimulate all the Vortexes to action.

After several months it can be increased to 20 revolutions. Later to 30, 40, and eventually, after many months, to When I spoke to one of the Lamas about this he informed me that while this whirling movement of the Dervishes did have a very beneficial effect, yet it also had a devastating one.

So the answer is: Pause and allow yourself to feel the changes physically and energetically. Your needs will vary day-to-day, effected by emotions, activity and even the weather.

There are a number of factors to consider when answering this. It depends on how long you have been doing them. It varies day to day depending on emotions, activity and even the weather!


In the beginning you are bound to be slower as you are learning the movements and your body has to adapt. I would clear 20 mins per day in the early stages. I did a survey of my instructors and long-term practitioners of T5T. However most of us find 13 minutes on slow days to be sufficient. There is a belief that the Rites should be done very slowly and meditatively, however all Colonel Bradford download original book free here had to say about speed was this: If he goes about performing the Rites in an easy, interesting manner it will not be too long before he finds everything working out satisfactorily, and that he is doing the Rites the required 21 times a day.

You may skip one day each week, but never more than that. Th e use of the Five Rites is no hardship at all; it requires less than 10 minutes a day to practice them. If necessary one can get up ten minutes earlier or go to bed ten minutes later.

To get an idea of pace, watch four of our Registered T5T Instructors doing 21 repetitions of the first three Rites on this video. They are able to do the movements at a speed which ensures their alignment and control is correct.

They are not rushing, just doing them in a nice controlled and comfortable manner. A lady who attended one of our workshops had been practising the Rites using the original method and it was taking her just 5 tibetanii per day!

I would highly recommend you avoid that! The real point I believe is not so much the speed or lack of speed we do it at, but whether we can sustain this daily practice over our life-time. Sometimes this means going slow, sometimes this means going faster.

The monks who practiced the original Rites were celibate and male. There were no instructions given regarding menstruation! However, my experience and the feedback of many of the women I have taught, is that T5T seems to improve the symptoms of menstruation. Some women report less bloating, moodiness, anxiety, cramps and sore breasts. Others say they feel less congested and the flow is improved. Ritj, craving for chocolate doesn’t seem to change!

During menstruation some women’s physical energy is not as strong as usual. In this case – maintain the pattern of your practice so as not to lose the motivation of the daily ritual – but perhaps to do less repetitions.

Or revert back to one of the easier versions of the postures. However, some women experience giti energy during their period – so fiti is no one size answer to fit all! Exercise is good for you, and in fact is normal! Tibetami sedentary lifestyle has turned exercise into an option! There are some people who have underlying conditions such as cysts that may become aggravated through practicing the Rites or doing other forms of exercise.

If you experience any irregular spotting or your period stops – then you should see your doctor. It is worth considering that in many rural cultures women work whilst having their period. They also work right up to the day before giving birth and return immediately after delivery! Of course their bodies are conditioned to ongoing physical labour, whilst those of us in urban communities need to be more cautious. The point I am making here though; is that the human body is pretty tough!


Personally I share the opinion of Barbara Benagh – a yoga teacher, seminar teacher and columnist on Yoga Journal. The bottom line is that hatha yoga is full of contradictions and varied opinions, leaving each of us ultimately responsible for our own choices.

Pay attention to your body and discover what works and what doesn’t — not just during your period but every day.

It definitely helped me! They didn’t totally stop but they tibetwni reduced in frequency and strength. I didn’t do anything else: No hormones, no yam cream, no giving up various foods – I just did the Five Tibetans. Many women have told me the same thing – but unfortunately it doesn’t work for everyone. Rather like admitting the Rites have improved their libido, some people don’t feel comfortable in talking about how they are ‘having hot flashes’.

I segreti dei monaci tibetani svelati in questi 5 riti. Esercizi per la guarigione e la longevità.

In this image conscious world, it is not OK to get old! The monks said that the purpose of the Rites is to get the chakras energy centers of the body spinning rapidly and evenly again. The chakras are located above major nerve plexi bunches of nerves and the major endocrine glands of the body. In this way, they are said to improve hormonal function. An example of this hormonal stimulation came from a nursing mother who attended my workshop.

She said that after learning T5T – her insufficient breast milk production improved significantly! Yoga poses are used therapeutically and one of the Rites – the 5th Downward Dog in particular is known for ‘helping to relieve the symptoms of menopause’.

It has been noted by many authors that the location of the chakras correspond to the major endocrine glands hormone production of the body. It has also been said that while the chakras regulate the circulation of Qi or life-energy throughout the body, they also interact with the endocrine glands which in turn regulate hormone production.

Each chakra is associated with a particular function within the body; health, wellbeing etc. They are also associated with life issues and how we handle them within ourselves and with our interaction with others. It is theorized that the spinal nerve ganglia and plexuses are the physical or “material” representation of the seven major chakras at the following spinal anatomical locations: Chakras are energy centres which current scientific technology has not “physically” detected, as they operate on a very refined level.

Although they are metaphysical or non-physical, the chakras emit an electromagnetic force field found within and around the body which can be viewed in Kirlian photography.

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Thus, chakras are sites within the body which project as patterns of electromagnetic activity focused around the major spinal nerve ganglia and plexuses” Corresponding Chakra Location to the Endocrine System.

First Chakra – Adrenal Glands. Shoes I would say definately not. However, I did teach one lady who had painful heel spurs, tibetano she had to keep her shoes on.

When you spin with shoes on, it is very clunky. It also takes away from the pleasurable sensation of doing the spin aerodynamically. If you do the Leg Raise with shoes on, it increases the weight ritj are lifting.