Hatyogam helps to keep our bodies healthy. The inside of a healthy body is also firm. Through yoga asanas and pranayama one can sharpen the mind’s power of attention. The scenes we see and the things we listen to with love prevent us from carefully concentrating our thinking. Other senses are also distracted. Yogic Breathing refers to pranayama and the breathing exercises that help to keep the mind from wandering
Take an alarm clock and place it in front of you. Without any other thought, listen carefully to its sound of ‘tick tick’. As you try this, other thoughts may come up and distract your mind. Stubbornly control your mind and continue this exercise. It can be like this for a few minutes at first. Then you will get used to being like this.
What happens when you try to notice like this? You control your breathing without even knowing it and breathe very slowly, suppressively, and deeply. What does this show? The amount of breathing is controlled when the mind is carefully focused.
Prana sits in the mind. Therefore, the mind moves when the prana moves’ says the Shiva Gita. “When the prana leaves, the mind becomes inactive. If the mind is said to be a chariot, then the prana can be said to be its driver.
The two letters of Hatha Yoga are ‘H’ and ‘The’. These represent the sun and the moon. Oxygen is referred to as the sun and oxygen is the moon. Pranayama basic is to control this air flowing in the body and to connect it with the air that spreads in the external world.
Prana is the life force
Prana is the life force. It is spread all over the world as air, water, and food. Through pranayama, we activate the pranayama, which is spread over different objects, all over the body, in all the nerves and nerves. It takes care of everything from thinking to normal body movement. That is why we say that pranayama takes care of our body without getting sick.
We see the waves rising when there is movement in the ocean. The movement of the prana is thus manifested in the breath. Pulling it inwards, holding it slightly, and then releasing it, controls this movement. When doing pranayama like this, the body comes under control. Diseases associated with breathing, blood flow, heart rate, and blood pressure also go away on their own.
The most subtle movement of prana in the human body is to activate the mind. Pranayama makes this better. The most important movement in the human body is the air sacs, which help in breathing. If it is not right, everything, including the heart, will fall apart. Pranayama controls breathing. Thereby controlling the whole body by prana energy. Thus we are able to have a disease-free life. A person who is so strong in body and mind can use his power to heal others. This is the basis of the healing process known as ‘Healing Therapy’.
Vital energy can be stored in the navel of the body, just as ‘power’ is stored in a battery. The saints who can do this, use it to cure the sick. They also have the power to regain health through pranayama. The power emanating from the navel also illuminates the brains of those yogis.
For yogis who are thus blessed, a separate radiance shines on their faces. That power creeps into their vision. Its strength can be felt by those sitting opposite them. Those saints also have the power to bless the anxieties of others through sight. They use this rare power to heal by touching magnetic force, healing by sight, and healing by hope. It is further enhanced when they do so unselfishly.
Even in our daily lives, we find comfort in using prana energy in small things. When we lift a heavy object, we hold our breath and lift. When we try to run fast, we catch our breath and run. When we engage in deep anxiety, we sigh. Then we use prana power.
The passages we read in the book do not read in our minds.
The passages we read in the book do not read in our minds. But it reads in the mind when the benefactors take it as a text. Many times it changes the mind and keeps the fruit. This is because of the vitality that accompanies them. This is the main reason why the saints have the power to attract thousands of people and to make them act according to his teachings.]
Through pranayama practice, we can also subtly feel the movement of prana energy in our body. It can be understood that it is more in one part of the body and less in another part. We can also get the energy to divert from the low to the high and from the high to the low. When the life force is thus symmetrically distributed, all parts of the body are strengthened; Thought is also sharp.
Vital energy abounds everywhere in nature. Everyone can benefit from it. But the power to attain it belongs to the yogi who performs pranayama properly and attains mental strength. They have the mental strength to lead a community. When they use it unselfishly, so do many who are healthy, many who repent, and many who practice devotion. They also have the power to do in a matter of seconds what we cannot do in a lifetime.
We start pranayama training first to gain strength and to regulate blood flow – the movement of the nerves in the body. But over time, that is the way to purify our souls, to enrich our thinking, and to seek spiritual advancement. using it to realize oneself and to forget oneself and to be in deep meditation and It was heartbreaking when doing it for fitness. Then it turns into Raja Yoga when used for mental strength. These are like two sides of the same coin.
Most people end up doing pranayama as much exercise as Hatayogam refers to. But some of them also do pranayama on the basis of Raja Yoga. Then it feels the strength and sharpness of the mind. In that state, they are able to engage in devotion and make spiritual progress.
It is necessary to learn pranayama which is beneficial in both ways and guides us to excel when we learn it from the selfless sage.