There are some classic books on the practice of pranayama, the theory and philosophy of the subtle, vital pranic force and Swami Satchidananda’s “Breath of Life” CD series that includes a guided pranic healing visualization.
The object of pranayama practice is to emphasize the inhalation, the exhalation, or retention of the breath. Emphasis on the inhalation is called Puraka Pranayama. Rechaka Pranayama refers to a form of Pranayama in which the exhalation is lengthened while … Full Story
Pranayama, as traditionally conceived, involves much more than merely breathing for relaxation. Pranayama is a term with a wide range of meanings. Patanjali defines pranayama as “the regulation of the incoming and outgoing flow of breath with retention.” It is … Full Story
When we talk about Pranayama – The Seven Chakras, we discuss the interrelationship between the Pranayama and the Chakras of the body. Let us understand the meaning of Pranayama and Chakras. Pranayama are breathing techniques that help the individuals in … Full Story