Neck Exercises and Your 72000 Nadis and Your Chakras

Your neck exercises are vital to removing the blockages of the spinal nadis. Neck exercises that work on the vertebral arteries and neck extensor muscles are very important for clearing out the blockages of the 72,000 nadis and 114 chakras.

The neck extensor muscles form a complex set of muscles supporting your head. Originating from the thoracic vertebrae, these muscles play a pivotal role in maintaining the head’s position and facilitating the proper functioning of the vertebral artery, which supplies blood to the brain.

“To remove the blockages of the spinal nadis among the 72000 nadis and the 114 chakras, neck exercises related to vertebral arteries and neck extensor muscles are vital.” – Sri Amit Ray

Neck exercises not only serve as physical activities, but also grant access to profound cosmic dimensions within human existence. By aligning with the intricate arrangement of 72,000 nadis and 114 chakras, these exercises act as potent instruments for personal growth, facilitating not only relief from pain but also profound cosmic linkages for higher spiritual growths.

We explored the neck extensor muscle’s importance for vitality, as well as breathing techniques, stretching exercises, benefits, and essential precautions to ensure a seamless integration into your spiritual, mental, and physical well-being. Within the Sri Amit Ray traditions of the Ray Advanced Kriya Yoga system, the neck extensor muscles, similar to the Serratus Anterior Muscle, levator scapulae muscle, possesses numerous intricate yoga kriyas.

We place emphasis on the relationship between the vertebral artery and neck extensor muscles, which underscores the critical role these muscles play in cognitive function. Healthy neck extensors can potentially improve memory, attention, overall cognitive abilities, and cosmic connections by facilitating an efficient blood supply.

The Vertebral Artery and Blood Supply to the Brain:

The vertebral artery is relentless in its task of supplying the brain with oxygenated blood. The efficiency of this process is intricately linked to the health and functionality of the long neck extensors. These muscles act as guardians, ensuring that the vertebral artery remains unimpeded, guaranteeing a steady flow of blood to the brain.

Impact on Cognitive Function:

The correlation between neck extensor muscles and cognitive function is profound. There is a risk of compression on the vertebral artery by short extensors, leading to potential issues with memory, attention, and overall cognitive abilities. Strengthening and maintaining the health of the long neck extensors through targeted exercises can mitigate these risks, contributing to enhanced cognitive function.

Impact on Nadis and Prana Flow:

Nadis are believed to carry prana, the life force energy that sustains all aspects of our being. Neck extensor exercises, with their focus on improving blood flow, can also positively influence the flow of prana through the nadis. This alignment of physical exercise with subtle energy systems offers a holistic approach to health, encompassing both the tangible and the intangible aspects of our existence.

The 72000 Nadis of the Mind Body Energy System
The 72000 Nadis of the Mind Body Energy System

Role of Cerebral Spinal Fluid:

The production and proper control of cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) produced in the ventricles of the brain, not only nourishes the brain but also serves as a protective cushion. Different neck related yoga exercises aimed at improving blood supply to the neck extensors also indirectly contribute to the circulation of CSF, safeguarding the brain from potential trauma caused by sudden head movements.

The Spine as an Energetic Highway:

Within the Sri Amit Ray traditions of the 72000 Nadis, the spine is not only regarded as a physical structure, but also as an energetic pathway that contains the complex network of nadis. When the nadis are free from blockages, they enable the unhindered movement of prana, promoting holistic physical, mental, and spiritual health. Subtle neck pain frequently signifies an interruption in the flow of energy, requiring specific exercises to eliminate obstructions.

Visual Clarity and Exercise Impact:

An intriguing analogy in the transcript compares the impact of these exercises on eyesight to upgrading from 720 pixels to 4K. While this may seem metaphorical, there is scientific merit to the claim. Proper blood supply to the brain and the efficient circulation of CSF contribute to optimal brain function, which, in turn, can positively influence aspects like visual clarity.

Anatomical Understanding:

The anatomical overview of the common carotid artery, external and internal jugular veins, and the vertebral artery is crucial in understanding the importance of keeping associated muscles, such as the sternomastoid and trapezius, in optimal condition. The exercises recommended here target these muscles specifically, ensuring comprehensive benefits.

Neck Exercises

Neck exercises, performed mindfully, are suggested as a method to unblock the brain nadis, allowing for the unimpeded flow of cosmic energies. The synchronized movements of these exercises align with the energetic pathways, promoting a harmonious balance.

The harmonization of neck extensor muscles and vertebral arteries is explored for its direct influence on the chakras situated along the spine. By freeing the flow of energy through these chakras, neck exercises become tools for fostering emotional, mental, and spiritual equilibrium.

  1. Neck Tilts and Turns:
    • Slow and controlled tilting of the head from side to side, followed by gentle turns to the left and right.
    • Purpose: This exercise promotes flexibility in the neck muscles and encourages the release of tension.
  2. Chin-to-Chest Stretch:
    • Slowly lowering the chin towards the chest, feeling a gentle stretch along the back of the neck.
    • Purpose: Targets the muscles at the base of the skull, relieving tension and promoting relaxation.
  3. Head Rolls:
    • Rotating the head in a circular motion, both clockwise and counterclockwise.
    • Purpose: Enhances the range of motion in the neck, encouraging fluidity in the spine.
  4. Hand-Assisted Neck Stretch:
    • Gently tilting the head to the side, using the hand to apply slight pressure for an added stretch.
    • Purpose: Provides a deeper stretch along the sides of the neck, promoting flexibility.
  5. Neck Extensor Isolation:
    • Placing the hand behind the ear and moving the head forward and backward.
    • Purpose: Targets the neck extensor muscles, contributing to improved blood flow and alleviating tension.

The 114 Chakras

Neck Exercises :

The neck exercises designed to improve blood flow to the neck extensors. The emphasis on controlled movements, such as those involving the hand behind the ear, aims to isolate and strengthen these muscles. By doing so, individuals can actively participate in enhancing the blood supply to the brain and promoting overall neurological health.

Enhanced Blood Flow:

The primary benefit of neck extensor exercises lies in their ability to enhance blood flow to the brain. The vertebral artery, responsible for a significant portion of cerebral blood supply, relies on the support of the neck extensor muscles. Through targeted exercises, individuals can optimize this blood flow, ensuring that the brain receives the oxygen and nutrients it requires for peak performance.

Cognitive Performance and Memory Enhancement:

Improved blood flow to the brain directly correlates with enhanced cognitive performance. The transcript highlights the potential risks of compromised blood supply, including issues with memory and attention. Engaging in regular neck extensor exercises can mitigate these risks, potentially leading to improvements in memory retention, focus, and overall cognitive abilities.

Prevention of Health Issues:

Beyond cognitive benefits, these exercises contribute to the prevention of health issues related to poor blood circulation and sedentary lifestyles. By actively engaging the neck extensor muscles, individuals may reduce the risk of conditions such as headaches, dizziness, and fatigue, all of which can stem from inadequate blood flow to the brain.

Posture Improvement:

The health of the neck extensors is intricately linked to posture. The muscles that support the head play a crucial role in maintaining an upright posture. Weak neck extensors can lead to slouching and improper alignment, potentially causing discomfort and pain. By incorporating targeted exercises, individuals can strengthen these muscles, promoting better posture and reducing the risk of associated musculoskeletal issues.

Reduced Risk of Vascular Issues:

Given the direct relationship between the neck extensors and the vertebral artery, these exercises can contribute to the prevention of vascular issues. Conditions such as vertebral artery dissection, which can result from trauma or mechanical stress, may be mitigated through regular strengthening of the supporting muscles. This proactive approach to vascular health aligns with a holistic perspective on well-being.

Stress Reduction and Relaxation:

Engaging in exercises that target the neck extensors can also have a positive impact on stress reduction and relaxation. Tension in the neck and shoulder region is a common manifestation of stress. By actively working on these muscles, individuals may experience a release of tension, promoting a sense of relaxation and well-being.

Improved Visual Clarity and Focus:

The transcript suggests a connection between neck extensor exercises and enhanced visual clarity. While this claim may be metaphorical, it underscores the holistic benefits of these exercises on overall brain function. Improved blood flow, optimized cerebral spinal fluid circulation, and strengthened neck extensors collectively contribute to better focus and visual acuity.


In the pursuit of comprehensive health and well-being, it’s essential to recognize the interconnectedness of different bodily systems. Neck extensor exercises, as discussed in the transcript, offer a gateway to optimizing brain health, blood supply, and cognitive function. From the prevention of health issues to the promotion of stress reduction and enhanced visual clarity, the benefits of these exercises extend far beyond the realm of physical fitness.

Embracing a holistic approach to health involves acknowledging the intricate relationships within the body and actively participating in practices that foster overall well-being. The journey to a healthier and more resilient self begins with understanding and appreciating the power within – the power of targeted, intentional exercises that nourish both body and mind.

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Neck exercises serve as more than mere physical activities; they provide access to profound cosmic dimensions within the human existence. By harmonizing with the cosmic structure of 72,000 nadis and 114 chakras, these exercises serve as powerful tools for transformation, promoting not only pain alleviation but also deep cosmic connections. The incorporation of cosmic viewpoints into the discussion on neck exercises provides opportunities for additional interdisciplinary investigation, offering a comprehensive approach to overall well-being that encompasses both the physical well-being and cosmic aspects.