April 17, 2008

Yoga for Healthy III

-Bharamari Pranayama: Bharamari has calming effect on mind, brain and nervous system. This pranayama should be done with the thought that your individual consciousness merges with the divine cosmic consciousness.

-Anulom n Viloma Pranayama: Prana breathed in through left nostril represents energy of the moon, which symbolizes peace, and has a cooling effect.

-Bahya Pranayama: Baha Pranayama exerts pressure on all the organs of the abdominal cavity and cause mild pain in this area's weak or diseased parts. For improving the health of these organs this Pranayama is very effective and it should be done using all the three Bandhas.

-Kapala-bhati Pranayama: In Kapala-bhati, the Puraka is to be done with normal, usual force but the Recak has to be done with as much of force as is at your command. In doing so, the abdominal area, also makes inward and outward movements and considerable force is applied to the Manipura, Swadhisthana and Muladhara Chakra. This Pranayama should easily be done for 5 minutes. Persons suffering from acute and chronic diseases must practice if it for 15 minutes or more as per the capability.

-Bhasrika Pranayama: Bhasrika Pranayama is revitalizing Pranayama, which increases oxygen levels and reduces carbon dioxide levels in the blood. In bhasrika Pranayama, the abdominal muscles and diaphragm are used which puts pressure on the internal organs. This Pranayama should be done for 5-10 minutes.


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