Yoga Breath Is Great
Yoga breathing is an important part of yoga practice, and it is also the key to whether yoga practice can be beneficial.
Breathing is the link between physiology and spirit. The correct yoga practice must begin with the practice of breathing and not with the asana.
The utilitarian ideas in this era make it too easy for people to ignore the internal training and the superficial display, so the practice of asanas is prosperous and the breathing methods are not realized, which is a serious mistake in the direction.
The following is a comprehensive and basic explanation on the breathing of yoga that many friends ask to know.
More in-depth and specific techniques are very rich and effective, but only on this basis, can teachers practice in person.
Inhalation is to obtain cosmic energy, which purifies the body and leads people to reality.
It can combine infinite spirituality with finite physiology.
Just like quietly smelling the fragrance of flowers, gently and slowly inhale the “breath” of life, replacing it throughout the body.
In breathing, consciousness must be concentrated, just like a mother caring for her child and caring for her child.
Before performing the yoga breathing method, you must exercise the lungs, diaphragm, intercostal muscles, and diaphragm muscles through asanas, and brake for rhythmic breathing.
Until breathing becomes correct and rhythmic, consciousness remains one with breathing.
Consciousness guides breathing through the channels through which the breath of healing is distributed to cells throughout the body.
Breathing eventually reaches the inner self.
The role of consciousness is to connect the inner self with the breath and the body.
During inspiration, the practitioner changes his brain into an organ that receives and distributes energy flow.
When inhaling, do not swell the abdomen, otherwise the lungs cannot be fully expanded.
Inhale and exhale can not be carried out reluctantly or too quickly, otherwise, it will increase the burden on the heart and cause brain disorders.
The so-called exhalation is to expel impure air (carbon dioxide) from the body.
When exhaling, consciously lift your upper jaw and slowly, rhythmically expel the gas.
Pay careful attention to the rhythm of breathing.
Just like spiders coming and going, don’t be busy, weaving webs step by step, and exhale and suck.
Some people inhale for a long time, while others exhale for a long time.
As with difficulties and challenges, blood pressure and blood flow are different for each person.
The purpose of yoga breathing is to eliminate imbalances and obstacles in breathing and blood pressure, eliminate irritability, stop your unique thoughts and habits, and free yourself from attachment.
1. Sit in your most comfortable position.
2. Lift your chest, floating ribs and navel and straighten your spine.
3, try to lower your head down to make the electric field soft.
Then the chin-down method is performed.
4. The source of human emotion lies between the belly button and the heart.
The back must always be in contact with the source of this affection.
The front of the body should always be in contact with it.
At the same time, the dynamic height of the lifting and expansion to both sides is upward.
5. During the inhalation process, do not tilt forward, backward and left and right when the top is extended upwards and in sections.
6, can not make the diaphragm appear tense.
Take the air deeply into the bottom of the diaphragm.
It is conceivable to start breathing under the floating ribs and around the waist. This is the secret of deep breathing.
7. In order to smoothly receive the inhaled energy, it is important to be in a passive state in advance.
In particular, synchronize the rhythm of the pulmonary artery with the flow of incoming air. 8. It’s like pouring water into the bottom of the lung.
9. People with underdeveloped lungs must carefully raise their lung capacity before the lungs fully function.
10. The bronchus is branched from the trachea and connected to the peripheral blood vessels of the lungs, where it is divided into bronchioles.
You must observe how the air reaches the bronchioles.
11. Just as water is absorbed by soil, it should also be recognized by cells in the body.
When you feel this absorption process, you should also understand that the energy of the universe (Prana) is also absorbed, soaked in the body, and gives people a sense of happiness.
12. The absorbed energy enters the body from the nose, and is absorbed by the body’s spiritual time.
During inhalation, consciousness rose from the navel to the dark upper end.
Practitioners must always feel physical, mental, psychological, intellectual, physical and level integrated with rising consciousness.
In this way the body, breath, consciousness, and inner God are combined.
13. Each pore of the skin must play a role in absorbing eyes and eyes of Prana.
14. If tension occurs during inhalation, the skin of the hand will become rough.
Please observe the skin of your hands to adjust your breathing.
15. During inhalation, do not lift the shoulders, otherwise the upper lungs will not be fully expanded and the back neck will be tense.
If you look closely, you can expect to find that the shoulder fell immediately after being lifted.
In order not to lift your shoulders, you can lift up and down in advance.
16, relax the throat, put the tongue flat on the chin, but can not resist the teeth.
17. Close your eyes and relax.
It is necessary to make the eyes sensitive in advance. When the armor makes it inhale inward, the eyeballs are always used to turn upwards, so pay attention.
18. The ears, facial muscles, and forehead skin should also be loosened in advance.
19. Correct inhalation can eliminate laziness, stimulate the body, and strengthen vitality.
Breath method 1, adjust the posture, the method refers to the 1-4 points of inspiration.
2. Exhale slowly.
Therefore, the intercostal muscles and floating ribs that are raised during inhalation cannot be relaxed.
Otherwise, it will be difficult to exhale smoothly and gently.
3. Exhalation starts from the upper chest.
So don’t take this part back.
Exhale slowly until the navel is contracted and exhale completely.
At this time, the body is merged with spirituality.
4. Before exhaling, lift the spine and its left and right ends so that the whole body is as stable as the tree rooted in the ground.
5. Do not shake the body, otherwise it will disturb nerve and mental activities.
6. Do not exhale slowly and smoothly above the retina.
If the breath becomes thick and urgent, it is because of the dark color and back fall and the inattention to observe the flow of breath.
7. During inhalation, the skin on the upper body tends to be tense.
But during the exhalation process, the skin of the upper body should be relaxed.
But don’t let the front part sink.
8. The skin of the arms and chest should not touch each other under the arms.
However, it is not necessary to extend the arm intentionally, as long as a little space is left under the arm.
9. Exhaling calms the nerves and brain, so people become humble and no longer insist on their opinions.
The function and method of holding breath are divided into two, namely, holding breath after exhaling and holding breath after inhaling.Inhibit consciousness through sensory organs and perceptual organs, so that consciousness is focused on the spiritual foundation, the starting point of consciousness.
Hold your breath to target the body, mood, and spirit of the practitioner.
Breathing should not cause tension to the brain, nerves and body.
The purpose of holding your breath is to rejuvenate the nervous system, so it must be performed while the brain is relaxed.
Holding your breath is divided into the subjective will and the natural.
The Indian language used to hold your breath by subjective will is called Sahiita breath.
There are two types of Sahita breath-holding methods: inhalation and exhalation.
The natural Indian breath-holding is called Kewara breath-holding.
Kewara may hold his breath at any time.
The breath-holding that occurs when a painter concentrates on painting and when a priest prays wholeheartedly falls into this category.
Before Kewara’s breath-holding occurred, the body would ascend to the ground for no reason, hallucinations would appear in the brain, and a horrible sight would be seen.
Patience and endurance can help practitioners to transcend this state. Kewara’s breath hold has instinct and intuition. It separates the practitioner from the outside world, combines with the subject, and experiences the extraordinary and peaceful joy of being extraordinary.
This can be said to be a state of integration with infinity (spirituality).
The breath-holding Hindi language is called Antara breath-holding, and it helps practitioners to obtain God from the universe in the form of energy.
During Ontala’s breath-holding process, God and the practitioner’s inner God merged into one.
The breath hold after exhalation is called Pasha breath hold in Hindi.
The practitioner dedicates himself to God in the form of breath to break it down into the universe.
In addition, practitioners are fully integrated with God.
The yoga classics are metaphorical illustrations of various sacrifices that yoga practitioners cope with to become one with the divinity.
There are three types of breath-holding in yoga breathing: breath-holding, breath-holding and natural breath-holding (Kevala breath-holding).
The body of the practitioner is the altar for offering sacrifices, inhalation is the offering, exhaling is the fire that burns the offering.
The breath hold is the state when the offering and the burning fire become one.
Yoga practitioners should know how to control their breathing.
The upper thorax is the basis for inhalation, and the lower thorax is the basis for exhalation.
The sodium fluoride that occurs in the body during the breath-holding process is ready for the subdivision of the steam locomotive that is about to start.
At this time, Prana (energy) trembles in the body, and her consciousness is relaxed, waiting for the idea of exhaling.
As with educated, daring and attentive children, you should keep your senses sharp, don’t let yourself be lazy, straighten your waist and dry your skin.
Do not exceed your ability to hold your breath, otherwise the nervous system will become abnormal.
When the brain and body feel nervous, it means that during the breath-holding process, consciousness failed to follow the flow of the upper Prana.
Hold your breath.
Red eyes, lazy body, and agitated mood are all danger signs, indicating that you are holding your breath too much.
The purpose of holding your breath is to calm your breath.
When you hold your breath, language, feeling, and hearing are controlled.
In this state, consciousness is liberated from various entanglements of feelings such as aversion, greed, sexuality, jealousy, and becomes one with Prana.
Hold your breath and evoke the divinity potential in your body.