Continue sitting with your legs crossed in full or halflotus. Place your hands flat on the floor on both sides of your thighs. Lift your entire body of the floor and hold for ten seconds. Then gently lower yourself to the floor.
This posture requires some upper body strength. At first, you may have difficulty raising your entire body. If so, allow your knees to remain on the floor while you raise your buttocks. Maintaining an upright pose, practice shifting your center point until you feel stable. If you practice the uplifting pose daily, you will begin lifting your entire body off the floor within two weeks. Remember that the primary purpose of this pose is to bring your attention inward, enhancing the communication between the mind and the body.
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