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Pranayama Yoga is the Power of Life.
The Meaning of Pranayama.
‘Prana’ means universal life force, while ‘Ayam’ means to control it, to prolong it. Life force is very important for our physical and subtle layers, without which our body can be destroyed, because of which we are alive. Pranayama means gaining control of the prana through breathing. These processes depend on nasal breathing.
Life flows through the thousands of subtle energy paths that we call 'Nadi' and through the energy centers, which we call 'Chakra'. One's 'state of mind' depends on the quantity and quality of the circulating soul as well as the manner in which it communicates through the pulse and the chakras.
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The Importance of Respiratory Process.
If the level of life is high and its flow is continuous, light and slow, then its mind remains calm, positive and energetic. Due to lack of knowledge and lack of awareness about breathing, partial as well as complete obstruction between the pulse and chakras of all normal individuals can cause his breathing to be jerky as well as incomplete. It can lead to increased anxiety, fear, uncertainty, stress, conflict, and other negative qualities.
The importance of these respiratory processes was known in ancient Indian mythology. Bhastrika, Kapalbhati and Nadi Shodhan Pranayama are some of the common pranayamas. it continuous practice of these increases the quantity and quality of vitality, removes the barriers between the pulse and the chakras, as well as makes the practitioner feel energetic and positive. Pranayama under the guidance of an expert person balances the body, mind and soul and achieves physical, mental and spiritual strength.
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The Benefits of Pranayama Yoga
Although yoga has many health benefits, it is not a substitute for medicine. It is important to learn and practice yoga under the guidance of an expert yoga instructor.
No yoga practice in life is easy. It requires specific guidance. Because yoga is related to Prana and Nadi in man. Pranwayu is a special type of process. Yoga has a scientific basis.
When we do pranayama yoga, our mind should be focused on one thing. Pranayama yoga also leads to religious progress of man. This is my experience. This allows us to meditate on the Lord.
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Pranayam Yoga's tradition in Veda.
Yoga has been practiced in our society for over ten thousand years. This tradition is mentioned in the Naradiya Sukta and in the oldest Rig Veda. India shows the Indus-Saraswati civilization to the whole world. In this civilization, a coin of Pashupatinath is seated on a coin which is indicative of the prevalence of yoga in that period.
The ancient Upanishads of Brihad Aranyaka mention some of the physical postures in yoga. Pratyahara is mentioned in detail in the Chandogya Upanishad and Pranayama is mentioned in detail in a hymn in the Greater Aranyaka. The first mention of the form of prevalent yoga is in the Kathopanishad which appears for the first time in the last eight classes of the story branch of Ayurveda which is the main and most important Upanishad. Here yoga is known as a necessary process for the journey of intuition as well as for the development of consciousness.
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What is "Yoga Yajnavalkya"?
The famous dialogue is given in the book "Yoga Yajnavalkya". Which is a description of the dialogue between Baba Yajnavalkya and the disciple Gargi, described in the Greater Aranyaka Upanishad, which mentions several types of breathing exercises, asanas necessary for physical purification, and meditation. Yogasanas are also mentioned in the Chhandogya Upanishad written by Gargi.
The Atharva Veda is also very important in the Vedas. According to a discussion in a group of ascetics in the Atharva Veda, physical asanas can be developed as a result of yoga. Various Samhitas mention that in ancient times, strict physical conduct, meditation and penance were practiced by sages, mahatmas and various saints.
Maharshi Patanjali is the Father of Yoga.
Maharshi Patanjali is a guide in yoga. Maharshi Patanjali is known as the father of yoga and his yoga sutras are entirely dedicated to yogic knowledge.
Gurudev's invaluable discourses on the ancient book 'Patanjali Yoga Sutra' benefit us from the knowledge of yoga and also inform us about the origin and purpose of yoga. The purpose of these Yoga Sutras is to make the principles and principles of Yoga easier to understand. Here are some tips to help you experience the ultimate benefits of using a yoga lifestyle.
Gurudev has also revealed a lot of Yogasutra Upanishads. In his discourses on the Bhagwat Gita, he has shed light on various aspects of yoga such as Sankhya Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Rajguhya Yoga and Vibhuti Yoga.