Pranayama: The Vedic Science of Breath: 14 Ultimate Breathing Techniques to Calm Your Mind, Relieve Stress and Heal Your Body
Pranayama is derived from two fundamental Sanskrit terms: Pran () = Life or Universal Life Energy.
Ayam () means to extend and lengthen.
Pranayama is the vital force…
Consider the following analogy:
You are aware of the seven (7) chakras that run along the spine; these are regarded to be the energy centres that sustain life and health.
If these Chakras are the revolving windmills that provide the energy necessary to sustain life, prana is the vital wind energy that causes the windmill’s hands to rotate in order to generate that energy.
Following digestion, food is expelled from the intestines in the form of stool.
In our kidneys, impurities in our blood are separated and eliminated in the form of urine.
At the cellular level, impurities/toxins are produced in two forms: liquid and volatile.
Our skin excretes the liquid poisons through sweat. (You may be astonished to learn that our skin is our body’s largest excretory organ.)
The volatile poisons (which are the most dangerous) are expelled through our lungs as deadly gases when we BREATHE OUT!!!
Pranayama is critical in this process of detoxifying our bodies of these toxic pollutants.
It provides an adequate supply of fresh oxygen to our lungs and hence to our blood.
It helps to strengthen our immune system.
It is really effective in calming the mind.
It aids in the enhancement of our memory and virility, as well as the strengthening of our neurological system.
Discover: Pranayama: The Vedic Breathing Science
This book describes a range of Pranayam (breathing exercises) designed to quiet the mind and cure the body.
Among the Pranayama techniques covered in this book are the following:
# Bhastrika Pranayam/ Bellows Pranayam
# Exterior Pranayam / Bahya Pranayam
# Suryabhedan Pranayam / Sun’s Pranayam
# Udgith Pranayam / Aum Pranayam
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