There are two poses that are super intensive to me, Halasana (Plow pose) and Chakrasana (Wheelpose). I am on board with the emotional muscle tention that is being released while holding these type of asanas but I’ve had an interesting experience in Halasana which im not sure what it is.
Sometimes I manage do Halasana with my knees to the floor but these last weeks I’ve felt a lot of tention in my back, especially the two long muscles that are along side the spine, from the lower back to the shoulders. I feet intense panic and discomfort rising as I hold the pose and it took me a couple of days before i learned to breathe through it. As I breath through the panic I feel warmth swelling in my stomach, from the 2nd to 3rd chakra, and my legs get a bit numb. If I hold the pose slightly longer I feel shaking and tention, like an erruption in my hearth chakra, and I start to sob. I usually get out of the pose because it gets to intense after 15-30 breaths.
Do anyone know what kind of tention im holding on to? Should I just keep practicing to release it, and is there any other pose that i can try?