No egos lets just build off 1 another no matter who u are and what u believe in
good books i recommend
Prana And Pranayama Prana And Pranayama
by Swami Niranjanananda Saraswati
Stellar Alchemy: The Celestial Origin of Atoms
by Michel Cassé
Jesus Found In Egipt
by Dr Malachi Z. York
Molecular and Cell Biology For Dummies
by Rene Fester Kratz PhD
African Origin of Biological Psychiatry African Origin of Biological Psychiatry
by Richard King
The word pranayama breaks down into prana, which translates to life force energy, particularly in the breath and ayama which means restraint or control. The practice of pranayama then, is the practice of controlled, restrained breathing.
Kapalabhati is a Breathing Technique used specifically for cleansing. If we have a lot of mucus
in the air passages or feel tension and blockages in the chest it is often helpful to breathe quickly. In this practice, we deliberately breathe faster and at the same time use only Abdominal Breathing, that is, diaphragmatic, not Chest
Breathing. In Kapalabhati, the Breath is short, rapid, and strong. We use the lungs as a pump, creating so much pressure as they expel the air that all the waste is removed from the air passages, from the lungs up through the nostrils. Kapala means "skull," and bhati means "that which brings lightness." Kapalabhati is a good thing to do when we feel heavy or foggy in the head. If we have problems with the sinuses or feel numb around the eyes, Kapalabhati can help to clear this area as well.
One Round of Kapalabhati (Cleaning Breath)
Take two normal breaths. Inhale. Now exhale, pulling in your abdomen
. Repeat twenty times, keeping a steady rhythm and emphasizing the exhalation each time. Then inhale, exhale completely, inhale fully and hold your breath for as long as you comfortably can. Slowly exhale.
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