Ujjayi Pranayama- The psychic breath Practice|Benefits|Precautions

The Sanskrit word Ujjayi means ‘Victorious’. The pranayama which gives freedom and bondage. It is also known as psychic breath or ocean breath because of the sound our throat creates while performing this pranayama. It leads to subtle states of mind and is used together with khechari mudra, the tongue lack, in tantric meditation suchContinue reading “Ujjayi Pranayama- The psychic breath Practice|Benefits|Precautions”

Yoga for Detox: Yoga Asanas that helps in Cleansing Toxins from the Body

Yoga has a tremendous way to make you feel good in this body. Our body is meant to be moved and by moving it experience needs to energy. For energy, our body eats, and drinks. Every organ of this body is designed in a form to use that energy in a positive way and removeContinue reading “Yoga for Detox: Yoga Asanas that helps in Cleansing Toxins from the Body”

Bhastrika Pranayama- Detox Negativity Practice|Benefits|Precautions

The Sanskrit word Bhastrika means ‘Bellows'(An animal with a deep loud breath as roar). Thus, Bhastrika Pranayama also known as the “Bellows Breath”, as the air is drawn forcefully in and out of the lungs like the bellows of a village blacksmith. The bellows increase the flow of air into the fire, producing more heat. Similarly,Continue reading “Bhastrika Pranayama- Detox Negativity Practice|Benefits|Precautions”

Anulom Vilom- Way to within Practice|Benefits|Precautions

Anulom Vilom pranayama is most important for the purification of Nadi(Breathe) and to balance all the Dosha(Problems) of the body. With both of the nostril, We breathe and release the tension.  To our nostrils, the most powerful force of the world is connected to The Sun and The Moon.  To bring balance to your Thoughts,Continue reading “Anulom Vilom- Way to within Practice|Benefits|Precautions”

Kapalbhati- To Purify Practice|Benefits|Precautions

The Sanskrit word Kapal means ‘Cranium’ or ‘Forehead” and Bhati means ‘Light’ or ‘Perception’ or ‘Knowledge‘. Hence Kapalbhati is a practice which brings a state of light and clarity to our brain. Another name of this practice is Kapalshodhana where ‘Kapal’ has the same meaning and ‘Shodhana’ means ‘To purify’. Pranayama means the control of ultimate vital energy called Prana in our human body.Continue reading “Kapalbhati- To Purify Practice|Benefits|Precautions”

Yoga Mudra|Spiritual & Health Aspects of Yoga Mudras

Yoga Mudra in Spiritual aspects: The Sanskrit word mudra is translated as ‘gesture’ or ‘attitude’. Mudras can be described as psychic, emotional devotional and aesthetic gestures or attitude. Yogis have experienced mudra as attitudes of energy flow, intended to link individual pranic force with universal or cosmic force. Mudra is a combination of subtle physicalContinue reading “Yoga Mudra|Spiritual & Health Aspects of Yoga Mudras”

Pranayama- The Ultimate Life’s Source

Meaning of Pranayama Pranayama is generally defined as breath control. Although this interpretation may seem correct in view of the practices involved, it does not convey the full-time meaning of the term, The word Prana means ‘Vital Energy’ or ‘Lifeforce’. It is the force which exists in all the things of this world. It is closely relatedContinue reading “Pranayama- The Ultimate Life’s Source”