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Exercise No. 4
Meditate on the fact that the one letter, the highest light - Pranava , OM - is the origin or source of the three letters A, U and M. Breathe in the air Ida (the left nostril) over the period of 16 Matras (Seconds) a, meditate on the letter A during this time; hold the air for the time of 64 Matras on, meditate on the letter U during the time; breathe through the right nostril for the period of 32 Matras and meditate on the letter M during this time. Practice this over and over in the order mentioned above. Start with 2 or 3 repetitions and gradually increase to 20 or 30, depending on your ability and strength. At the beginning keep the rhythm 1: 4: 2. Gradually increase the ratio to 16:64:32.
Each deep breath consists of a full inhalation through the nose and an equally deep and even exhalation through the nose.
Breathe in as slowly as you can. Breathe out as slowly as you can. Observe the following rules while inhaling:
1. Get up. Keep your hands on your hips with your elbows pointing out but not forced back. Stand comfortably.
2. Stretch your chest straight up. Use your hands to push the hip bones down. This process creates a vacuum and the air will flow in on its own.
3. Keep your nostrils wide open. Don't use your nose like a suction pump. They should be a passive passage for both inhaled and exhaled air. Remember that correct breathing is noiseless.
4. Stretch the entire upper part of the torso.
5. Arch your upper chest into a relaxed position. Naturally, keep your stomach relaxed.
6. Don't bend your head too far back. Don't pull in your stomach. Don't pull your shoulders up.
Carefully observe the following rules while exhaling:
1. Gradually lower the ribs and the entire upper part of the torso downward.
2. Slowly pull the lower ribs and belly inward.
3. Don't bend your body too far forward. Arching the rib cage should be avoided. Keep your head, neck, and torso in a straight line. Pull your rib cage together. Do not exhale the air through your mouth. Breathe out very slowly and silently.
4. Exhalation takes place by relaxing the muscles that were tensed when you inhale. The chest falls under its own weight and the air is expelled through the nose.
5. In the beginning, do not hold your breath after inhaling. After inhaling, exhaling occurs immediately. As you progress, you can slowly hold your breath for anywhere from 5 seconds to a minute, depending on your ability.
6. When a round of deep breathing is over, you can take a short pause while breathing normally. Then start the second round. During the break, stand calmly and in a comfortable position with your hands on your hips. The number of rounds can be determined individually (according to the ability). Do 3 or 4 rounds, increasing by one round every week. Deep breathing is just one variation of the Pranayamas.
‘Kapala’Is a Sanskrit word; it means skull. ‘Bhati’Means to appear. The expression Kapalabhati refers to an exercise that makes the skull shine. This kriya cleanses the skull. She is one of the Shat karmas (six cleaning exercises in Hatha yoga).
Sit in Padmasana (Lotus position). Keep your hands on your knees. Close your eyes. Lead Puraka (Inhale) and Rechaka (Exhale) exhale quickly and forcefully. During this exercise, you start to sweat. Those who are in Kapalabhati are very experienced, falls Bhastrika very easy. In this Pranayama is there no Kumbhaka (Stop). Rechaka (Exhale) plays the dominant role. Puraka (Inhale) is gentle, slow and long (Dirgha). Rechaka However, it should be done quickly and forcefully, contracting the abdominal muscles with a backward thrust. Relax during the Purakas (Inhale) Your abs. The head should not be bowed and the spine should not be curved. The head and trunk should be erect. Sudden expulsions of breath follow one another as in Bhastrika. At the beginning you can start with one exhalation per second. Gradually you can then make two exhalations per second. Start in the morning with a round of 10 exhalations. Practice a round in the evening in the second week. In the third week, do two rounds in the morning and two rounds in the evening. Every week, gradually and carefully increase yourself by 10 exhalations per lap until you reach 120 exhalations per lap.
The exercise cleanses the respiratory system and nasal airways. It removes spasms in the bronchi. As a result, it provides relief from asthma and, over time, can also cure the disease. The tips of the lungs are thoroughly supplied with oxygen. So they cannot provide breeding grounds for tuberculosis bacteria. Consumption is cured through this exercise. The lungs are developed considerably. Carbon dioxide is greatly reduced. Impurities in the blood are eliminated. Tissues and cells absorb a large amount of oxygen. The practitioner stays healthy. The heart works properly. The circulation and breathing are stimulated.
The Outer Kumbhaka (Bahya)
Inhale through the left nostril until you have counted OM 3 times. Then immediately exhale the air without stopping through the right nostril while you repeat OM 6 times. After exhaling, hold your breath until you have counted OM 12 times. Then draw in air through the right nostril, exhale through the left, using the same number of OMs for inhalation, exhalation, and holding as before. Do six reps in the morning and six in the evening. Gradually increase the number of laps and the time of the Kumbhakas (of arrest). You shouldn't put yourself under pressure to do this.
Light, Pleasant Pranayama (Sukha Purvaka)
Sit in your meditation room in Padmasana or Siddhasanain front of the picture of a Ishta Devata (leading deity). Close the right nostril with your right thumb. Draw in air very slowly through your left nostril. Then close the left nostril with the little finger and ring finger of the right hand. Hold your breath for as long as you can comfortably. Then exhale very slowly through your right nostril after taking your thumb aside. Half the process is now complete. Then draw in air through your right nostril. Hold your breath as before and exhale very slowly through your left nostril. These six steps taken together form a pranayama. Repeat 20 times in the morning and in the evening, gradually increasing the number. Have the Bhava (mental attitude) that all Daivi Shampat (divine qualities), e.g. mercy, love, forgiveness, Shantih, Joy etc. penetrate into you with the air and all Asuri shampat (devilish qualities) such as sensual desire, anger, greed, etc. be expelled with the exhaled air. Mentally repeat OM or Gayatri during Puraka (Breathe in), Kumbhaka (Stop) and Rechaka (Exhale). Intensive practitioner Sadhakas can daily 320 Kumbhakas Perform in four sessions, with 80 repetitions per session.
This Pranayama eliminates all diseases, purifies them Nadis, strengthens the mind in concentration, improves digestion, increases the digestive fire and appetite, helps Brahmacharya adhere to and awaken the Kundalinithat are in Muladhara chakra is sleeping. The nadis are cleaned very quickly. You can also experience levitation (floating above the ground).
Pranayama for Kundalini awakening
Focus on this as you practice the following exercise Muladhara chakra at the bottom of the spine; it is triangular in shape and is the seat of the Kundalini Shakti. Close the right nostril with your right thumb. Inhale through the left nostril until you have counted OM 3 times slowly. Imagine that you do that Prana draw in with the air from the atmosphere. Then close the left nostril with the little finger and ring finger of the right hand. Then hold your breath for 12 OMs. Send the flow of energy down the spine, straight to the triangular lotus, to the Mulad Chakrahara . Imagine that the nerve current hits the lotus and awakens the Kundalini. Then exhale slowly through the right nostril, counting 6 OMs. Repeat the process as outlined above starting with the right nostril, using the same time units, ideas and sensations. This pranayama becomes the Kundalini wake up quickly. Repeat 3 times in the morning and in the evening. Gradually increase the number of repetitions and the duration according to your strength and abilities. With this one Pranayama is the focus on that Muladhara chakra the key point. The Kundalini will be quickly awakened when there is a high level of concentration and that Pranayama is practiced regularly.
Pranayama during meditation
In concentration and meditation arises Pranayama by itself. The breath gets slower and slower. We practice this Pranayama daily unconscious. When you read an exciting story or solve a math problem, your mind is very absorbed in the subject. If you watch your breath closely in such situations, you will find that the breath has become very slow. When you see a tragic story in the theater or in the cinema, when you hear sad or good news, when you shed tears, be it out of joy or sadness, or burst into laughter, your breathing slows down, Pranayama comes by itself. These examples clearly show that breathing slows down or stops when the mind is deeply focused on something. Pranayama will run automatically. Mind and Prana are very closely related. If you turn your attention to the breath on such occasions, it will return to its normal state. Pranayama comes by itself in those who are deeply engaged in Yep, Dhyana or Brahma-Vichara (Searching for the Atman) have sunk.
Prana, Mind and Virya (Reproductive energy) are in a Sambandha (Connection). If you can control your breath, you will Prana and Virya dominated by itself. If you can control the prana, mind and are Virya dominated by itself. If Virya is dominated by lingering as Akhanda Brahmacharii.e., if not a drop of semen is given off for 12 years, mind and prana are self-controlled. Just as there is a connection between wind and fire (light), there is also a connection between Prana and mind. The wind kindles the fire. Prana kindles the mind. When there is no wind, fire and light become calm. Hatha yogis getting closer Brahman by controlling the Pranas. Raja yogis getting closer Brahman by controlling the mind. At the Pranayama you don't need to close your nostrils. Just close your eyes when practicing in a sitting position. Forget the body and concentrate. If you practice this while walking, simply feel the movement of the air that is inhaled and exhaled.
Pranayama while walking
With your head upright, step back with your shoulders, your chest expanded. Inhale slowly through both nostrils and mentally count 3 OMs, one OM with each step. Then hold your breath until you have counted OM 12 times. Then slowly exhale through both nostrils until you have counted OM 6 times. If you find it difficult to count an OM with each step, count off the OMs unrelated to the steps.
While walking can also Kapalabhati are executed. People who are very busy can practice the above exercise while walking in the morning and evening. It kills two birds with one stone. It is very pleasant, Pranayama practicing while walking outdoors when there is a gentle and pleasant breeze. You will quickly be strengthened and invigorated to a considerable extent. Practice, feel and recognize the beneficial influence of this type of Pranayama. Those who walk nimbly and repeat OM mentally or verbally, practice natural things Pranayama without effort.
Pranayama in Shavasana
Lie on your back as comfortably as possible on a blanket. Put your arms on the floor next to your body, palms up. Keep your legs straight, feet about 50 cm apart, toes falling outward. Relax all muscles and nerves. Those who are very weak can practice pranayama in this position while lying on the floor or in bed. Slowly draw in your breath through both nostrils without making a sound. Hold your breath for as long as is comfortable. Then slowly exhale through both nostrils. Repeat this process 12 times in the morning and 12 times in the evening. Mentally chant OM during the exercise. If you want, you can practice in any other easy and comfortable position. This is a combined exercise Asana, Pranayama, Meditation and rest. It gives relaxation to both the body and the mind. It gives relief, comfort and calm and is also very suitable for older people.
Breathing in men and women is very uneven. On exhaling, the Prana goes outward by 16 finger-widths and on inhalation only 12 finger-widths inward, so that 4 finger-widths are lost. However, if you breathe in 16 finger widths as you do when you breathe out, you will have rhythmic breathing. Then the energy of the Kundalini to raise. You will recover very well through rhythmic breathing. You can control the respiratory center located in the medulla oblongata and also other nerves, since the respiratory center has a kind of control effect on other nerves. If you have calm nerves, you also have a calm mind.
When the amount of inhalation and exhalation are the same, you have rhythmic breathing. If you count OM 6 x while inhaling, count OM 6 x while exhaling. This is inhaling and exhaling in an even manner. It harmonizes the physical body, mind and spirit Indriyas, the tired nerves are calmed. You will experience complete calm and inner silence. All the foaming emotions and surging impulses will calm down.
There is another type of rhythmic breath. Inhale slowly through both nostrils for 4 OMs .; hold your breath for 8 x OM (inner Kumbhaka); slowly exhale through both nostrils for 4 x OM and hold your breath exhaled for 8 x OM (outer Kumbhaka).
Repeat the above process a few times according to your strength and abilities. With some practice you can gradually increase the duration of inhalation and exhalation to 8 OMs and the periods of holding to 16 OMs. However, never try to increase the times before you are sure that you have the energy and strength to do so. You must experience joy and pleasure in the practice. You shouldn't feel excessive strain. Be very careful to keep the rhythm. Remember that rhythm is more important than length of breath. You have to feel the rhythm in your entire body. Practice will make you perfect. Patience and perseverance are required.
Sit in Padmasana or Siddhasana. Close your eyes. Hold the left nostril closed with the little finger and ring finger of your right hand. Breathe in slowly and without making a sound through your right nostril for as long as you can comfortably. Then close the right nostril with your right thumb and hold your breath with your chin pressed against your chest (Jalandhara Bandha). Hold your breath until sweat flows from your fingertips and the roots of your hair (hair follicles). You cannot reach this point at the beginning of the exercise. You will have to gradually increase the duration of kumbhaka (hold breath). This is the limiting factor in the practice of Surya Bheda Kumbhaka. Then, exhale very slowly through your left nostril without making any sound. Close the right nostril with your thumb. Mentally repeat OM with bhava (conscious of the meaning) while inhaling, holding and exhaling. After cleaning the skull, exhale by forcing the prana upwards.
This Pranayama should be done over and over as it cleanses the brain, improves the intestinal flora and heals diseases that arise from excess Vata ("wind", one of the 3 basic Ayurvedic principles). Surya Bheda eliminates the four different evils caused by Vata and cures rheumatism. It cures rhinitis (runny nose), cephalalgia, and various forms of nerve ailments. Sinus infections are eliminated. It destroys decay and death, awakens Kundalini Shakti and increases physical fire.
Sit in Padmasana or Siddhasana. Close your mouth. Inhale slowly and steadily through both nostrils until the breath fills the space from your throat to your heart. When you inhale, make a gentle sound by contracting your throat.
Hold your breath as long as it is comfortable, exhale through the left nostril by closing the right nostril with your right thumb. Expand your chest as you inhale. During inhalation, the partial closure of the throat creates a special sound. The sound that arises during inhalation should be gentle, uniform, and continuous. This Kumbhaka can also be practiced while standing and walking. Instead of exhaling through the left nostril, you can exhale slowly through both nostrils.
This removes heat in the head. The practitioner becomes very beautiful. The stomach fire is kindled. It removes all evils in the body and in the 3 dhatus, heals Jalodara (dropsy of the abdomen or ascites), phlegm in the throat, asthma, consumption of tuberculosis and all kinds of lung diseases are cured. Heart disease and all illnesses that result from insufficient inhalation of oxygen are cured. All work will be done with Ujjayi Pranayama accomplished. The practitioner is never attacked by diseases of the phlegm (kapha), nerves, flatulence, dysentery, enlarged spleen, consumption, cough or fever. Practice ujjayi to destroy decay and death. To make noise. Close the right nostril with your thumb. Mentally repeat OM with Bhava (aware of the meaning) while inhaling, holding and exhaling. After cleaning the skull, exhale by doing the Prana forcing up.
Fold the tongue so that the tip of the tongue touches the upper roof of the mouth and draw air in through the mouth along the tongue with a hissing sound (like Si Si Si Si Si). Hold your breath as long as you can, then slowly exhale through both nostrils. You can also keep the two rows of teeth closed and then inhale the air through your mouth as you did before. The exercise increases the practitioner's beauty and strength of his body. It eliminates hunger, thirst, indolence and sleep. His strength will be like that of Indra (King of the Gods) to be. He becomes the ruler of the yogis. He is able to do things and undo things. He becomes an independent monarch. He becomes invincible. No injustice will touch him. Practice this when you are thirsty. You will be relieved of thirst instantly.
Extend your tongue a little. Fold your tongue like a tube. Draw in air through your mouth with the sibilant Si. Hold your breath while you are comfortable. Then slowly exhale through both nostrils. Practice this 15 to 30 times a day in the morning. You can do this either in Padmasana, Siddhasana, Vajrasana or while walking and standing.
This Pranayama purifies the blood. It quenches thirst and alleviates hunger. It cools the system. It heals Gulma (chronic dyspepsia or indigestion), Plieha (Inflammation in various chronic diseases), fever, consumption, indigestion, disorders of the Pitta, the mucus (Kapha), poisoning, snakebites etc. If you are in the jungle or in a place where there is no water and you feel thirsty, practice this Pranayama. You will be instantly relieved of thirst. Who this Pranayama Practiced regularly, will remain untouched by the bite of snakes and scorpions. Sitali Kumbhaka is an imitation of a snake's breath. The practitioner gets the strength to shed his skin and endure lack of air, water and food. He becomes immune to all types of inflammation and fever.
In Sanskrit means Bhastrika Bellows. The characteristic feature of Bhastrika is the rapid result of forced exhalations (expelling air). Just as a blacksmith moves his bellows up and down quickly, so should you move your breath quickly.
Sit in Padmasana, keep your torso, neck, and head upright. Close your mouth. Next, inhale and exhale rapidly ten times like the blacksmith's bellows. Expand and contract your stomach and chest evenly. If you do this Pranayama practice, there is a hissing sound. The practitioner should begin with a rapid series of exhalations. When the number of repetitions required for a round, say ten, has been completed, the final expulsion is followed by the deepest possible inhalation. The breath is then held for as long as possible. Then you exhale very slowly and as deeply as possible. The end of this deep exhalation concludes a round of bhastrika. After a round, take a short break from a few normal breaths. This will give you relief and prepare you for the second round. You can do 3 rounds a day in the morning. If you want, you can do three more rounds in the evening. Busy people who do not have time to do three rounds of bhastrika can do at least one round. This too will keep you healthy.
Bhastrika is a powerful exercise. Bhastrika exhibits a combination Kapalabhati and Ujjayi after you Kapalabhati and Ujjayi have practiced, you can join Bhastrika begin, it will then be very easy for you.
Some can practice until they get tired. You will sweat profusely. If you feel dizzy, stop the exercise and continue to breathe normally for a few more breaths. Continue the exercise when the dizziness has passed. In winter can Bhastrika run both in the morning and in the evening. If it is very hot in summer, you should only do bhastrika in the morning.
Bhastrika relieves sore throats, increases the digestive fire, eliminates the excess of phlegm, cures diseases of the nose and chest, cures asthma, consumption, etc. It stimulates the appetite. It breaks the three Granthis (Knots, impurities, blockages), namely, Brahma Granthi, Vishnu Granthi and Rudra Granthi. It removes mucus that is the latch or obstacle to the door at the opening of the door BrahmaNadi (Sushumna). It empowers one to do that Kundalini to know. It heals all diseases that arise from excess wind (vata), bile (pitta) and phlegm (kapha). It gives warmth to the body. If you don't have enough clothing to protect yourself from the cold in a cold region, you can do this Pranayama practice and quickly generate enough heat in the body. It cleans the Nadis considerably. It is the most useful of all Kumbhakas. Bhastrika Kumbhaka should be practiced in particular, as it is the Prana enabled the three Granthis (Knots or blockages) to break that are firmly in the Sushumna. It quickly wakes them up Kundalini. The practitioner will never suffer from any illness.
The number of exhalations and the number of rounds should be determined by the strength and abilities of the practitioner. You mustn't go to extremes. Some students can do six rounds, others twelve rounds.
You can Bhastrika practice even with a little change at the end. After inhaling and exhaling rapidly twelve times, inhale through the right nostril, holding your breath as long as you can comfortably. Then exhale through your left nostril. Inhale through your left nostril, hold your breath as before, then exhale through your right nostril.
Mentally repeat OM with bhava (with awareness of meaning) throughout the practice.
There is a variation of Bhastrika, in which only one nostril is used for breathing, in a further variation the nostrils are used alternately for inhalation and exhalation.
Those, who Bhastrika who want to practice long and hard should be from Kitchidi live, and in the morning before starting the exercise, take an enema or Bhasti practice.
Sit in Padmasana or Siddhasana. Inhale quickly through both nostrils, making the sound of Bhramara, the bee, and exhale quickly through both nostrils with a buzzing sound.
You can continue the process until the body is bathed in sweat. At the end, inhale through both nostrils, holding your breath as long as you can comfortably. Then slowly exhale through both nostrils. The joy that the practitioner receives in performing this Kumbhaka receives is unlimited and indescribable. As the blood circulation is accelerated, the body temperature rises at the beginning. In the end, the body heat is reduced again through sweating. By success in this BhramariKumbhaka if the yoga student achieves success in Samadhi.
Sit in yours Asana and breathe in. Hold your breath Make Jalandhara Bandhaby pressing your chin against your chest. Hold your breath until you think you will faint, then exhale slowly. This is Murchha Kumbhaka, as it separates the mind from the senses and gives happiness. However, this exercise is only suitable for a few students.
The practice of this pranayama requires skill from the student. Who this Plavini practiced, can Jalastambha and float on the water for a long time. Mr. ‘S’, a yoga student, can float on the water for twelve hours at a time. Who this Pranayama exercises, can live on air and go without food for a few days. The student actually drinks air slowly like water and sends it to the stomach. The stomach is inflated a little. If you tap the stomach as soon as it is filled with air, you will hear a special sound like that of a timpani. Gradual practice is necessary. It is required this Pranayama practicing with someone who has experience with it. The student can expel all of the air from the stomach by burping.
There are two types of Kumbhaka, namely Sahita and Kevala. The Pranayamaassociated with inhalation and exhalation is called Sahita designated. The Pranayama without inhalation and exhalation Kevala (alone, of course, absolutely) called. If you have mastery in Sahita then you can Kevala to attempt. If this occurs during the exercise Kumbhaka manifests in many places without exhalation and inhalation and it is unregulated according to place, time and number, then this becomes Kumbhaka as absolute and pure (Kevala Kumbhaka), the fourth form of breath control. Forces such as roaming the astral world follow this last form of Pranayamas. In the Vashishta Samhita it is said, "If one holds their breath with ease after stopping inhalation and exhalation, it is absolute (Kevala) Kumbhaka. ” In this pranayama, the breath becomes sudden and without Puraka (Inhale) and Rechaka (Exhale) paused. The student can go through this Kumbhaka hold his breath as long as he wants. He attains the state of Raja Yoga (complete control of the mind). By Kevala Kumbhaka knowledge rises to the Kundalini. The Kundalini is awakened and the Sushumna free from all obstacles. He attains consummation in Hatha yoga. You can do this Kumbhaka practice three times a day. who Pranayama and Kevala ruled is the true yogi. Anyone succeed in this Kevala Kumbhaka can accomplish anything in the three worlds. Glory, admiration and respect for such exalted souls! This Kumbhaka heals all diseases and promotes longevity.
Such that Pranayama you can practice Prana to cure serious illnesses. You can also practice yourself at any time in a moment Kumbhaka (Stop) with Prana recharge. Never think that your Pranaif you redistribute it to others, it is lost to you. The more you give, the more the cosmic source becomes (Hiranyagarbha) flow into you. That is a law of nature. Don't become a curmudgeon. If you know a rheumatic patient, gently massage their legs with your hands. While you massage, do Kumbhaka (Stop), connect yourself to Hiranyagarbha (the cosmic Prana) and imagine that the cosmic energy flows through your hands into the patient's legs. The patient will immediately feel warmth, relief, and strength. You can cure headaches, intestinal colic or other illnesses through massage and your magnetic touch. When you massage or massage the liver, spleen, stomach, another organ or any part of the body, you can speak to the cells and give them instructions. “Oh cells! Perform your functions properly. I command you to do it this way and that. " They will follow your instructions. They too are endowed with subconscious intelligence. Repeat OM while doing your Prana to others. Try a few times. You will become more and more secure in the process. You can also heal scorpion stings. Massage the leg gently and dissolve the poison.
You can achieve extraordinary powers of concentration, a strong will, perfect health, and a strong body if you do it regularly Pranayama are practicing. You will be the power of Pranas can consciously send to sick parts of the body. Suppose you have a sluggish liver. Sit in Padmasana. Close your eyes. Inhale calmly until you have counted OM 3 times. Then hold your breath until you have counted OM 6 times. Manage that Prana to the region of the liver. Concentrate your mind there. Keep your focus in this area. Imagine that Prana penetrates all tissues and cells of the liver lobes and does its healing, regenerating and restorative work there. Confidence, imagination, attention and interest play a very important role in pranic healing. Then exhale slowly. As you exhale, imagine that the pathological impurities are being secreted. Repeat this process 12 times in the morning and 12 times in the evening. The indolence of the liver will go away in a few days. This is a highly effective drug-free treatment. You can during the Pranayamas the Prana bring to any part of the body and cure any kind of disease. Try to heal yourself once or twice. This will strengthen your beliefs. Why do you cry like someone who cries for ghee (melted butter) when they hold butter in their hands? Why do you complain about illnesses when you have an inexpensive, powerful, readily available remedy that Pranaat your disposal at any time. Use it wisely. As you advance in your concentration and practices, you can cure many diseases by just touching them. In advanced stages, many diseases are cured by sheer will.
This is also known as absenteeism treatment. You can do your Prana transferred to your friend who lives in another location. He should have a receptive mindset. You have to feel yourself en rapport with the person you heal with this distance healing method (in direct relationship and in sympathy).
You can arrange an exact time by exchanging letters with your patient. For example, you can write, “Be ready at 4:00 in the morning. Close your eyes. I will be mine Prana transfer." Mentally say to the patient: “I will transfer your needs to you Prana, the vital force. " Make Kumbhaka (Stop) when you send the prana. Have the mental image that the prana leaves your mind with the exhalation, flows through the room and enters the patient's system. The Prana moves invisibly like the wireless radio waves and shines like lightning through the room. The Pranacolored by the mind of the healer is projected outward. You can develop yourself by practicing Kumbhaka With Prana recharge. This requires long, consistent, and regular practice.
The relaxation of the body muscles brings calm to the body and mind. The tension in the muscles is eliminated.People who have mastered the science of relaxation never waste energy. You can meditate well. Take a few deep breaths, then lie flat on your back in Shavasana(Back relaxation position). Relax all of the muscles in the body from head to feet. Roll on to one side and relax as thoroughly as you can, loosening your muscles as you go. Roll over to the other side and relax. This is naturally done by everyone during sleep. There are various relaxation exercises for the specific muscles of each part of the body. You can relax your head, shoulders, arms, forearms, wrists, etc. Yogis know all about relaxation. When practicing these various exercises, you need to have a mental picture of calm and strength.
Relaxation of the mind
Mental equilibrium and calm can be established by overcoming worry and anger. Actually, there is fear behind both. Nothing is gained through worry and anger; on the contrary, a lot of energy is wasted through these two types of lower emotions. If a person worries a lot and is irritable, then he is indeed a very weak person. Be careful and considerate. All unnecessary worries can be avoided. Relaxing the muscles acts on the mind and brings calm to the mind. On the other hand, relaxation in the mind also brings calm to the body. The body is an imprint made according to the ideas of the mind, for the pleasure of the mind.
Sit in a relaxed and comfortable position for 15 minutes. Close your eyes. Withdraw the mind from the external objects. Calm the mind. Let the bubbling thoughts be silent. Think that the body is a coconut shell and that you are completely different from the body. Think the body is an instrument in your hands. Identify yourself with the all-pervading mind, the Atman. Imagine that the whole world and your body are floating like a straw in this vast ocean of spirit. Feel that you are in contact with the highest being. Feel that the life of the entire world pulsates, vibrates and throbs in you. Feel that the ocean of life is rocking you gently in its huge lap. You will experience great spiritual peace, power and strength. Practice and feel this.
Importance and benefits of pranayama
“The deceptive vasanas (desires) of samsara (cycle of birth and death), which have arisen through many lifetimes, can only be mastered by very long yoga practice. Only by carefully practicing proven methods is it possible to control the mind. " (Muktikopanishad)
“How could jnana (knowledge) that moksha (liberation) bring safely arise without yoga? And yoga, too, becomes powerless in maintaining moksha if it is without jnana. Hence, the aspirant should consistently practice both yoga and jnana in order to attain liberation. " (Yogatattwa Upanishad)
“Tatah kshiyate prakasavaranam” - This is how the veil that covers the inner light disappears (Yoga Sutras Chapter II, Verse 52). Tamas (Indolence) and Rajas (Passion) form the ceiling or the veil. This veil becomes through the practice of Pranayama eliminated. After the veil is removed, the true nature of the soul is recognized. Chitta (Mind) itself is made up of saturated (pure) particles, but is made up of Rajas and Tamas enveloped, just as fire is enveloped in smoke. There is no act more cleansing than Pranayama. Pranayama gives purity and the light of knowledge shines. Through the magical panorama of desire, the essence, which is naturally luminous, is obscured and Jiva (the individual soul) is directed to the vices. This karma of the yogi, which obscures the light and binds him to repeated births, is achieved through the practice of Pranayamas Bit by bit weakened and finally destroyed. To Vachaspati the shell that covers the self consists of sufferings and sins.
Manu says: "Let pranayama burn away the shortcomings.” Vishnu Purana speaks of Pranayama as an aid to yoga: "The one who, through constant practice, has recognized the subtle inner air flow as Prana, life energy, has achieved security in Pranayama.” "Dharanasu cha yogyata manasah"- "And the mind becomes able to concentrate" (Yoga Sutras Chapter II, Verse 53). You will be able to concentrate the mind well after this veil is removed from the light. The mind will be very firm, like the flame in a sheltered place, when the disturbing energy has been removed. The word Pranayama is sometimes used collectively for inhalation, holding and exhalation, and sometimes for each of these phases separately. If Prana Vayu in Akasha Tattva (Ether element) moves, breathing is reduced. At this point it will be easy to hold your breath. The speed of the mind is going slowly through Pranayama reduced. It will bring about Vairagya (arrestlessness).
If you can hold a finger's breadth of breath within, you will receive the powers of prophecy; if you can hold two fingers inside, you will get the power of mind reading, with holding back the breath by three fingers of levitation, with four fingers of psychometry, clairaudience, etc., with five fingers of the ability to move invisible to all; at six fingers the power of the ‘Kaya Siddhi‘; at seven fingers the ability to enter another person's body (Parakaya Pravesa); at eight fingers the strength to always remain young; at nine fingers the power Devas To let (angelic beings) work for you as servants; at ten fingers Anima, Mahima and other Siddhis; and at eleven fingers you become unified with Paramatman gain. If, through great practice, the yogi can do kumbhaka for a full three hours, he can balance on one thumb. He attains all kinds of Siddhis. Just as fire destroys fuel, it destroys too Pranayama the bundles of Papas (negative karma, sins). Pratyahara makes the mind calm. Dharana solidifies the mind. Dhyana makes one forget the body and the world. Samadhi brings infinite bliss, knowledge, peace and liberation.
During yogic samadhi, the flame of the melts Yogagni (Fire of yoga in the solar plexus), which extends from the navel to the head, that Amrita (Nectar) im Brahmarandhra (Skullcap). The yogi drinks this with joy and ecstasy. By drinking only this yogic nectar, he can remain without food and drink for months.
The body becomes lean, strong and healthy. Excess fat is broken down. His face is glowing. The eyes sparkle like diamonds. The practitioner becomes more and more attractive. The voice becomes beautiful, clear and melodic. The sounds of the inner Anahata (inner sound) can be heard in it. He is in Brahmacharya (Ability to be celibate) strengthened. The sex energy becomes firm and calm. The Jathar-agni (Digestive fire) is increased. The student is thus accomplished in Brahmacharyathat his mind does not waver even when a fairy tries to hug him. The appetite grows. The Nadis are cleaned. Vikshepais eliminated and the mind becomes one-point. Rajas and Tamasare destroyed. The mind is prepared for Dharana and Dhyana. The excretions are meager. Constant practice elevates the inner spiritual light, happiness and peace of mind. It makes him one Urdhvaretho yogi (one who can sublimate his energies). Advanced students will attain all of the siddhis mentioned above.
A person's mind can be made to transcend ordinary experience to exist on a plane higher than reason. This is known as the superconscious state and goes beyond the limit of concentration. The truth, which ordinary consciousness cannot grasp, is immediately revealed to his face. This should be done through proper and regular practice and manipulation of the subtle forces of the body to give the mind an upward thrust into higher regions. When the mind is raised to the superconscious state of knowledge, it begins to act from there and experiences higher truths and higher knowledge. Of this kind, the ultimate goal of yoga is obtained through the practice of Pranayama can be obtained. Control of the vibrating Pranas for a yogi means lighting the flame of the highest knowledge, self-realization.
1. First meet your urgent needs early in the morning, then sit down for your yoga practices. Practice Pranayama in a dry and well-ventilated area. Pranayama requires deep focus and attention. It is best to do the exercise in a calm sitting position. Do not let anyone near you lest your mind be distracted.
2. Before you go to the Pranayama sit down, clean your nostrils well. Before doing the exercises, you can drink a small amount of fruit juice, water, or a small cup of milk. When the pranayama exercises are over, after 10 minutes you can drink a cup of milk or have a light meal.
3. If it is very hot in the evening in summer, you should only practice in the morning. If you experience heat in the brain or head, rub amla oil or butter on your head before taking your bath. take Misri Sherbatby dissolving rock sugar in water. This has a cooling effect. Also practice Sitali Pranayama. You won't mind the heat then.
4. Strictly avoid too much talking, eating, sleeping, being with friends, and exertion.
"For those who eat too much, oh friend, but also for those who eat nothing, exaggerate sleeping and waking, yoga is nothing for them." (Bhagavad Gita VI-16)
Eat a little ghee with rice when you have your meals. This will lubricate the bowels as well Vayu Allow (air) to move freely downwards.
5. “Mitaharam vina yastu yogarambham tu karayet, Nanaroga bhavettasya kinchid yogo na sidhyati”. If you practice yoga without paying attention to your diet, you will not get any benefit from it and you will get various diseases.
6. Complete sexual abstinence for six months or a year will no doubt enable you to make rapid progress in practice and spiritual advancement. Don't talk to women (or men). Don't laugh or joke with them. Avoid their company completely. Without Brahmacharya (sexual abstinence) and without a special diet, you will not get maximum spiritual benefit from the intense advanced yoga practices. Of course, you can always practice light exercises for general health. Then the above restrictions are not so important.
7. Practice regularly and systematically. Don't miss a day. Only stop exercising if you are seriously ill. Some people distort their facial muscles when they do Kumbhaka (Hold your breath). This should be avoided. It is a sign that they are beyond their capabilities. That must be strictly avoided. Such people cannot be controlled Rechaka (Exhalation) and Puraka (Inhalation).
8. Obstacles in yoga are: sleeping during the day, staying awake overnight, having an excessive amount of urine and feces, the ills of indigestible food and busy mental activity Prana. If you get sick, it shouldn't be attributed to yoga practices. This is a serious mistake.
9. Get up at 4 a.m. Meditate or practice Yep (Repetition of the mantra) for half an hour. Then do asanas and mudras. After a deep relaxation of 15 minutes you can join Pranayama start. Sports activities can go well with the Asanas be combined. If you have enough time, you can get active after finishing all yoga exercises and meditation. Pranayama can also be done immediately after getting up Yep and meditation are performed. It will make your body light and you will enjoy meditation. You can practice in the order that best suits your timing and habits and is most comfortable for you.
10. Maximum benefit is achieved when Yep (Repetition of the mantra) also when practicing the Asanas and des Pranayamas is made.
11. It is best Yep and meditation Start early at 4 a.m. as soon as you get out of bed. At this time the mind is very calm and refreshed. You can then concentrate well.
12. The majority of people waste their valuable early morning time doing their morning toilet for half an hour and spending another half hour brushing their teeth. This is bad. Aspirants should try to clear their feces in 5 minutes and clean their teeth in 5 minutes. If the bowels are clogged, practice after getting up Shalabhasana (Grasshopper), Bhujangaasana (Cobra) and Dhanurasana (Arch) very intense for 5 minutes.
13. Do it first Yep and meditation. Then step with the Asanas and the pranayama practice. End the entire session with another short meditation.
14. When you get up, you are usually a bit sleepy. It is therefore useful to do some for about 5 minutes Asanas and a bit Pranayama to do away with drowsiness and get ready for meditation. After practicing Pranayama the mind becomes concentrated (one-point). Pranayama has a good effect on various internal organs and the whole body.
15. The classic sequence of yoga exercises is as follows: Do all of them first Asanas, then Mudras, subsequently Pranayama and then Dhyana. Since the early morning is particularly suitable for meditation, you can adhere to the following order: J.apa, meditation, asanas, mudras and Pranayama. This a better way. You can stick to the order that works for you. Do after the Asanas a deep relaxation of 5 minutes and then start with Pranayama.
16. Some Hatha yoga Books forbid cold bathing in the early morning. The reason for this may be that if you take a cold bath at 4am you might catch a cold or develop some kind of ailment in your lungs, especially in cold places like Kashmir, Mussoorie, Darjeeling, etc. This restriction does not apply to warm places. As long as it is refreshing and stimulating, I always favor cold baths before starting any yoga practices. It drives away drowsiness. It stimulates the circulation and is healthy for the heart. There is a healthy flow of blood to the brain.
17. Asanas and Pranayama remove all kinds of diseases, improve health, energize digestion, strengthen nerves, stretch Sushumna Nadi (Energy channel in the spine), remove Rajas and awaken the Kundalini. The practice of Asanas and Pranayama confer good health and a calm mind. Since no Sadhana (spiritual practice) without good health and no meditation is possible without having a calm mind Hatha yoga also for Dhyana (Meditation) yogis, Karma yogis (selfless service), Bhaktas (Worshipers) and Vedantin's great use.
18. Maintaining the body is impossible without asanas or some kind of physical exercise or activity. Even an orthodox (strict) vedante (who practices the yoga of knowledge) is an unconscious hatha yogi. He practices some kind of asana (in the sense of sitting posture) every day. He also practices pranayama unconsciously, since pranayama comes by itself during meditation.
19. Whenever you feel uncomfortable, depressed, or discouraged, practice Pranayama. You will immediately be filled with new life force, energy and strength. You will be exalted, renewed, and filled with joy. Before you start writing an essay, article, or paper, do it first Pranayama. You will generate beautiful ideas and it will be an inspiring, powerful and original work.
20. Be regular in your practice. Regularity is especially important when getting the maximum benefit from the company Asanas and Pranayama want to pull. Those who only practice now and then will not get much benefit.Usually people start practicing with great enthusiasm for two months and then slack off in practice. This is a mistake. They always want a yoga teacher by their side and do not have the willpower to practice alone. You have an effeminate mentality. They are lazy, limp and sluggish.
21. Most people do not want to be by selfless service Mala (Impurity) and from Vikshepa Liberate (restlessness of the mind) through yoga practices. You want that right now Kundalini awaken and Brahmakara Vritti (Realization: I am Brahman (The Absolute)) evoke. You will stumble and fall on the spiritual path. The ones who try the Kundalini by Asanas and Pranayama awakening should have purity in thought, word and deed. You should have brahmacharya mentally and physically. Only then can they enjoy the benefits of the awakening Kundalini enjoy.
22. Sow the seeds of spirituality in your youth. Don't waste any Virya (sexual energy). Discipline them Indriyas
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