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Yoga Pose for Sexual Potency and Digestion

Position to Open Sex Chakra

Sexual energy is the most condensed form of physical energy and, if correctly channeled, it can play an important role in one’s personal and spiritual evolution.
For those interested in the refinement and transmutation of sexual energy for higher purposes, the pose today will be of particular interest.

  • Builds sexual potency
  • Opens and balances the Sex Chakra
  • Channels sexual energy up the spine so it can be used by the higher centers
  • Excellent for the digestive system
  • Good for the back and spine
  • Helps detoxify and cleanse the system

Be sure to warm-up correctly and not force this position. 

In particular the hamstrings and groin should be stretched and warmed up prior to trying Lotus Pose.

Lotus Pose will focus on opening and balancing your Sex Chakra (Swadhisthan Chakra), and as with all Tantric exercises, your mind can help magnify the benefits of the exercise

For this reason you should concentrate your awareness upon the Sex Chakra while doing this pose and can visualize energy rising up the spine from this region while you practice the position.  

White Tantra Yoga Position – Lotus Pose

How to Do Tantra Yoga Lotus Pose: 
  • Sit on the floor with your legs bent at the knees in front of you. 
  • Wrap your index and middle finger around your big toe of each foot.
  • Now slowly start to extend your arms and legs, while you balance on your sacrum.
  • Try to straighten your legs all the way if you can.  Don't force it.
  • Keep your eyes open and focus on a point in front of you to help you keep your balance.

  • In the final position, you will be leaning back about 30 degrees.  Try to keep your back straight.
  • Once you come into the position, hold while doing normal breathing or do Breath of Fire.
  • Bend your knees and lower your legs to the ground once you are done.
  • If you cannot hold your big toe, as indicated above, you can also simply grasp your feet instead.
Duration for Tantra Yoga Lotus Pose: 5 seconds – 3 mins

Practice Tips and Cautions for Tantra Yoga Lotus Pose:
  • As this pose increases blood flow and puts pressure on the heart, you should be cautious if you have high blood pressure or major cardiovascular issues.
  • Be careful in doing this pose if you have back or spine problems.
  • Be sure to warm-up correctly and not force this position.  There are many other good stretches you can do to prepare your body for this pose, so start with the easy ones and only attempt Lotus Position once you have improved your flexibility sufficiently. 


  1. You may or may not know that the effort required for yoga is certainly not easy (what program ids that actually works though!), but the total body benefit is worth all the hard work. The art of practicing Yoga exercises or Asanas can and will improve your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health.

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