Simhasana (lion's pose) is a powerful practice to induce a meditative state of awareness. This traditional posture awakens the energy centers within the chakra system with the specific concentration upon the awakening of ajna chakra (the third eye).
Anatomically simhasana balances the nervous system reducing psychological states of stress, anxiety, tension, fear depression. Psychological this practice increases concentration which is beneficial for increasing memory power and mental focus.
Akarna Dhanurasana (Bow and Arrow Pose) is a yoga practice that is capable of awakening anahata chakra (the heart chakra). It is also is beneficial practice for strengthening the chest, upper back, arms, and shoulders. It can treat asthma, cardiological complications, tension, fatigue, and rounded shoulders.
Natarajasana (Lord of the Cosmic Dance Pose) is a powerful meditation asana (posture) for expanding the inner spiritual consciousness which emerges from anja chakra (third eye). By practicing this posture with the focus upon ajna chakra the practitioner can awakening the seat of intuitive consciousness, an expression of the higher cognitive potential of human awareness.
This practice also develops a physiological and psychological sense of balance, stability, and firmness which translates into a life of harmony and spiritual sustainability.