Prana – life force. Ayama – Conscious regulation of breathe to alter states of consciousness.
Our primary source of prana is the breath. Rhythmic breathing establishes a pattern of breathing and alters the state of consciousness. Consequently, It helps in influencing and re-programming the subconscious mind. It helps to bring emotional control and allows the mind to be present in the “Here and Now”.
Pranayama practices are given either as a complementary therapy to counselling or as an independent treatment, depending upon the readings of energy patterns established in Nadi Pariksha. These practices are based on the tantra-shastra and are powerful in resolving one’s negative vibrations and bringing in positive thoughts and emotions.
- Generates Prana (life force) and distributes to the various parts of the body.
- Rejuvenate tissues and cells
- Alters the cellular intelligence so that cells can live longer.
- Helps to disconnect from our past expressions
- Trains you to reside only in the current moment
- Enhances cognitive abilities.
- Improves the quality of sleep, reduces high blood pressure.
- Weak thinking and analytical functions
- Lack of focus and concentration
- Deep seated emotional and psychological distress
- Slow lymphatic circulation
- Shallow breathing resulting in stress, anxiety, emotional instability
- Increased emotional turbulence
- Upper respiratory congestion
- Faster aging of the body due to low cellular metabolism and slow brain functions
- Pranayama helps soft organs to get massaged by improving diaphragmatic movement