Pranayama Miracles


Pranayama Miracles  

 


Prana means life force, and Yama stands for "control." Pranayama, hence, is the regular breathing designed to control breath and revitalize the body by eliminating the diseases.
 

The body, if starved of oxygen, becomes a shelter for diseases linked to heart and other vital organs. Yoga breathing(pranayama) refers to a blend of exercises used to achieve breath control.


The ancient yogis explained the breathing exercises of Nadi shodhana, shitali, kapalabhati, viloma, and ujjayi.


 It takes a bit time before you can start recognizing the benefits of these practices on your body.

Pranayama comes with multiple difficulty levels and to practice correctly; you need to train under a yoga expert initially.


Practicing these exercises in the wrong way can lead to complaints, related to the lungs.


Pranayama yoga becomes a happy session that levitates the consciousness exceeding the boundaries of senses, and towards a lasting spiritual orgasm

Pranayama Yoga asanas build stability in the body,
Patience in intellect and kindness of soul. is realized by the attempt of the body that interprets into cognitive perfection in the quality of thoughtfulness and actions

Pranayama yoga reduces the different dualities between the body, mind, and soul, and thus combines the practitioner with a patience that is perfect by joy or sorrow, heat or cold, pain or pleasure.


Pranayama develops our daily energy, our blood circulation, our focus, our stress levels, and so much more.

Your brain serves on oxygenated blood,
which supplied with every inhaling. If you are incapable of drawing oxygen into your body, your brain becomes dead after a few minutes.


 On the other hand, proper exhaling expels carbon
dioxide.
If your capacity to exhale were injured, you would possibly die due to the toxic accumulation of carbon dioxide and poison.

Pranayama Type 

  • Balancing Pranayama: (Nadi Shodhana)
  • Tranquilizing Pranayama (Ujjayi)

  • Kapalbhati Pranayama (Frontal brain cleansing pranayama)

  • Bhastrika Pranayama (Bellow breath) 

  • Sheetali Pranayama

  • Sheetkari Pranayama










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