PRANAYAMA. “The control of life energy (prana) by various techniques which regulate and restrain breath, through which one can control the mind and improve one’s quality of awareness and perception. Helpful with all types of meditation.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
BHRAMARI. “A type of breathing practice (pranayama) in which a soft humming sound, like a bee, is made during exhalation and/or inhalation. Calms the mind and cools pitta.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
See also Pranayama, Shad Darshan.
YOGA. “In its deeper sense, Yoga is union of the lower self with the higher self, of the inner with the outer, mortality with immortality. Yoga postures (asanas) promote health, flexibility, and purity toward achieving the state of Yoga.” Fair Use Source: B00735H9FY
BHASTRIKA. “A breathing practice (pranayama) in which air is passively drawn in and forcibly pushed out, as in a bellows. Increases heat and improves circulation.”
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