The Sanskrit word Pranayama consists of ''Prana'' means vital force and ''ayama ''which indicates restraint. Prana is not just breath it is cosmic energy. Breath is the gross manifestation of Prana which is subtle.
Just as we are immersed in air so are we immersed in Prana. When we breathe in air, we are taking both air and Prana. The process by which the Prana is controlled is known as Pranayama.
In general Pranayama is associated with control and regulation of breathing process. Hence it mobilized and stabilized the vital force within.
The maximum amount of air the lungs can hold is about 6 litres. In a force full expiration one can expel about 5 litres, in one blow. With normal breathe, only 1/2 litre of air flows into and out of body, with each breath.
The amount of fresh air that can enter the lungs depends on the degree of evacuation. Regular practice of Power-Pranayama will ensure proper oxygenation of all the parts of body and cure many diseases.
Proper oxygenation helps in purifying the blood and removal of toxins and carbon dioxide from the body. Pure blood enables proper function of all the organs and thereby increasing vigour and vitality.
Power -Pranayama is a very powerful Pranayama, if it is practiced regularly in morning with empty stomach, all uterine fibroids ovarian cysts, and blockages of fallopian tube will dissolved and cleared within 45 to 90 days with 90% result.
Closed L.N.---50 rapids exhales from R.N.---one slow deep inhale from R.N.---closed R.N.---slowly exhale from L.N.--- 50 rapid exhales from L.N.--take one deep and slow breath through L.N.---closed L. N.---exhale air from your R.N..
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