SITE FRANÇAIS CONTACT INFORMATION
The Importance of Yogic Breathing in Vedic Palmistry
Proper breathing is the foundation for changes in attitude and behavior, which in turn allows us to attract positive circumstances into our lives. Yogic tradition places great emphasis on the technique of breathing so that we can achieve a balance between incoming and outgoing—cool and warm—breaths, establishing a neutral zone. Ideally, the incoming breath should equal the outgoing breath in depth and duration. This produces a balance between cool (incoming) and warm (outgoing) breathing that results in a neutral state. The life force or prana (referred to as chi in Chinese or ki in Japanese) can now flow without impediment.
Most of us recognize the benefit of taking a few deep breaths when we are anxious, stressed or in pain. We are cooling down our overstimulated emotions. We are also giving our intellect an opportunity to distance us from the source of our unease. Similarly, we often sigh or exhale forcibly in response to sorrow, anger or frustration. We are letting off steam—releasing an overabundance of heat. We are attempting to bring our feelings into balance with our mind. In both instances, there is a conscious effort to reach a balance between our emotions and our reason.
Once we learn to balance our breathing, we create a proper environment in which positive changes can occur. As we have seen, with time, these changes are reflected in the lines and signs of the hand.
A Yoga Approach to Breathing Training (5 hours)
Beginning with our first breath, our instinct for survival is ignited. Our quest, however, is not simply to have a long life, but one that is healthy, disease free, and blessed with vitality and joy. Fortunately, there is a system called pranayama, the science of breath, that has been practiced in India for ages to bring about greater balance in our life. A Yoga Approach to Breathing is a program based on fundamental breathing and meditation techniques. Known as pranayama, pran meaning life force and yama meaning extended, these techniques are aimed at extending our life force in a simple and effective way.
Some of the benefits are:- Feelings of peace and calm;- Greater relaxation;- Decrease in stress and tension.
Your Coach: Ghanshyam Singh BirlaHow: Private SessionCost: 795$
Information and Reservation