While sitting in meditation posture, take full breath from both the nasal foramen simultaneously. Draw a shape similar to a bird’s beak from your lips and exhale. Perform this action 8-10 times. Uses: This action has all the qualities of Pranayama. Additionally, its practice destroys germs in the mouth and throat, strengthening the trachea. Helps to remove facial paralysis or other facial diseases.
Sit relaxed and straight. Place your hand on the nose in such a way that your thumb rests on the right nasal foramen. Inhale slowly from the left nasal foramen. Remove the thumb pressure and exhale through the right nostril. While exhaling, press the left nasal foramen with the finger. Now inhale from right nasal foramen and release from left foramen. While doing this action, keep in mind that the time it takes you to inhale takes more time than when you exhale. There are 4 parts of this pranayama – inhaling from one nasal foramen, exhaling from another, then exhaling from the first and inhaling from the other. Repeat this entire action 10 to 15 times or more frequently for greater benefit.Uses: Our practice refines our three rivers – Eda, Pingala and Sushumna and the body is free from diseases like coughing and coughing.
With the tongue out from between your lips, make the beak of a bird. In the same shape, inhale through the mouth, stop in the throat for 5 seconds and slowly exhale through the nose, this activity can be done 3-4 times at a time or at most 10 times.
Usage: This activity is called ‘Sheetali Pranayam’ in Yoga Shastra. People of pitta-nature, who have burning sensation in their arms and legs, get benefit only by practicing it for few days. Apart from this, blood purification is done by the practice of this activity, as a result of which there are no diseases like itching, itching, boils etc. It is even written in Yogasastra that the regular practitioner of this activity does not die even by the bite of a snake. Do not practice it in winter. Those who have the nature of cold and cold should not practice it.
Standing straight, place your hands on your left and right chest respectively and pull the elbows backward as much as possible. Breathe deeply through the nose, creating tension in the chest and hand veins and muscles. Similarly, exhale breathing while reducing the tension of hands and thorax respectively. Repeat this action 5 to 6 times. Uses: This action has all the qualities of Pranayama. In addition, it keeps the elasticity of the chest and makes the heart and respirator work well.
Raise your hand above your head and stand up straight. Release the breath by bringing the hands down respectively and simultaneously keep the palm of the hands on the knees while bending the body towards the front. Now inhale again, straighten your body and take both hands above the head. Rest for some time and do the same action again. In this way, do it 6 to 8 times.
Usage: In rajyakshama and pleurisy, the patient takes quick and small breaths. The practice of this activity increases the ability to breathe and resistance to such deadly diseases.