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Breathing exercise for pranic accumulation


Pranayama - theory about the prana and benefits

According to the eastern esoteric tradition, our Universe is made out of prana, or universal cosmic energy. By practicing pranayama - which is nothing else than a form of breathing exercise - we can accumulate prana. Prana is a synonym for energy, while yama is the process of manipulation of that energy.

The most obvious expression of the prana in our body is the ceaseless and automated breathing process. The prana is all around us. We absorb prana through our skin, from our food, water, or in form of light energy from the Sun. By practicing breathing exercises we can get to know the flows of our own energy, and thus, we will be able to direct prana into certain part of our body in a conscious way. Practicing this form of breathing exercise is a step toward developing the inner qualities of our being.

In essence, each type of pranayama has three parts: inhaling, exhaling, and holding the breath. So the breathing exercise we are going to learn and perform next is no exception. It is a simple breathing exercise - a combination of body relaxation, inhaling, exhaling, holding the breath, and visualization.

Practical breathing exercise



1. Massage your soles for a couple of minutes, then lie down on your back, and follow the given instructions.

2. Inhale deeply and exhale three times. When inhaling for the fourth time, raise your right arm above the head; stretch it at the same time stretching your right leg. Then lower it down again, exhale and relax. Inhale deeply and exhale.

3. Inhale and raise your left arm above the head, stretch it and at the same time stretching your left leg. Then lower it down again, exhale and relax.

4. Raise the right heel several centimeters above the floor, inhale and tighten the right leg. Keep it thus for several seconds, then lower it down and exhale.

5. Raise the left heel several centimeters above the floor, inhale and tighten the right leg. Keep it thus for several seconds, then lower it down and exhale.

6. Tighten the back part of the body, remain that way for a moment, and then release it. Feel your pelvis on the floor, pressing the floor with it, and then release it.

7. Bend your shoulders towards each other, raise a little the upper part of the back, tighten it and direct it towards the feet. Remain in that position for a moment, and then release the shoulders.

8. Keeping your head on the floor, draw the chin towards the chest and tighten the back part of your neck as much as possible. Remain in that position for a moment, and then relax.

9. Slowly turn your head several times towards one and the other side down to the floor, and then put it back in its natural position.

10. Tighten firmly the lips and then the eyelids and relax your face.

Pranic accumulation

11. Inhale deeply through the nose, filling in the lower third of the lungs, filling in the belly, and not the chest, expanding the back, raising the shoulders, and feel the prana flows from the first chakra, at the base of your spine, to the last chakra, at the top of your head, vibrating.

Vibrations open the chakras. With such breathing all the seven energy centers are massaged. Where there is pain, there are blockages. So, deeply inhale through the nose, filling in the lower third of the lungs, filling in the belly, and not the chest, expanding the back, raising the shoulders, and the prana flows from the first to the last chakra vibrating. Exhale and then once more... deeply breathing in, the prana vibrates from the first to the last chakra. Exhale and then once more... deeply breathing in, the prana vibrates from the bottom to the last chakra. Exhale.

12. Place your right hand on the hara center, which is located about four inches below the navel, with your tongue touch the top of the palate, to the teeth, deeply inhale counting to 5 and visualize golden energy flowing through the nose into the hara. Keep your breath while counting to 5, focusing your consciousness to the hara, exhale counting to 5 and put your tongue back into its natural position. Exhale through the mouth. With your tongue touch the top of the palate, inhale counting to 5 and visualize golden energy flowing through the nose into the hara. Keep your breath while counting to 5, focusing your consciousness to the hara. Exhale through the mouth, counting to 5 and put your tongue back into its natural position. With your tongue touch the top of the palate. Inhale... Visualize golden energy flowing through the nose into the hara. Keep your breath, focusing your consciousness on the hara. Exhale through the mouth and put your tongue back into its natural position.

Concluding remarks

Your breathing exercise should now be finished. You should now be able to feel how the accumulated pranic energy flows through your body. Take your time and enjoy in it for some time before exiting this extremely useful pranic breathing exercise.



Comments:

jamane says:
07-29-2014


Are there any health benefits of doing this technique? If yes, how often would you have to practice it ?

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