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Explain The Complete Pranayama Sequence, How To Do

Pranayama

A proper pranayama sequence ensures deep and harmonious results while getting it wrong can have adverse effects. The correct sequence of Meditation accessible to all levels of practitioner, although different Meditation has different effects.

A complete pranayama sequence takes around 45 minutes and can be increased up to hours. To start a perfect Meditation sequence chooses the morning time.

A Pranayama Sequence for Daily Practice

To incorporate pranayama into your yoga routine, specific Meditation should be performed in the correct sequence so that you can get the most out of it.

Pranayama after asana

Meditation should be practiced after Yogasana before moving on to the correct sequence of Pranayama.

Asanas support pranayama, although this does not mean that one should complete yoga asanas before starting pranayama. This means that when you combine the methods of yoga pranayama, yoga asanas should come first.

To do pranayama choose a calm and quiet place and used the mat for sitting should be a bad conductor of electricity.

  1. Bhastrika Pranayama

In Bhastrika Meditation, the speed of breath becomes faster like a bellows. That is, in this process, the act of taking a breath quickly is call Bhastrika Pranayama.

  1. Kapal Bhati Pranayama

Kapalbhati Pranayama cleanses our body. With Kapalbhati, we forcefully exhale our breath, due to which all the toxins or toxic elements from our brain which accumulate in our brain through the breath through the nose.

  1. Bahaya Pranayama

  1. Anulom Vilom Pranayama

  1. Bharamari Pranayama

  1. Udgeeth Pranayama

Sitting comfortably, take a long deep breath at a normal pace and exhale at a normal pace with the pronunciation of Om. In the pronunciation of ‘O’, three times more time should spent on the pronunciation of ‘M’.

  1. Pranav Pranayama / Meditaton

While inhaling, focus on an imaginary picture of the Om symbol in your inner ear, between the centres of the eyebrows. Visualize the image of this Om symbol being illuminated with the long breathing movement.

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