Yoga Breathing Exercises For Beginners

by | Apr 4, 2018 | Kundalini Yoga, Meditation, Success, Weight Loss

Ego Eradicator is a classic posture in Kundalini Yoga that energises the brain, creates potent radiance in the auric field and pumps oxygen through the whole body.

How To Do Ego Eradicator:

  1. Sit on heels in Easy Pose, Rock Pose, or sit on a chair with your feet flat on the floor.
  2. Sit with your spine straight and apply a gentle Neck Lock.
  3. Keep arms straight and lift the arms up to an angle 60 degrees.
  4. Draw shoulders down away from the ears.
  5. Curl fingertips onto the pads of the hands, with the thumbs stretched ‘straight up’.
  6. Do Breath of Fire for 1-3 minutes with eyes closed and focused at the third eye point.
  7. To end: Inhale deeply, hold breath in, concentrate on the spot one feet above the head as you touch the thumb tips together above your head, keeping your arms straight. Exhale while slowly sweeping the arms outwards with palms facing down to the Earth and relaxing by your side.
  8. Relax.

The most vital thing in the human body is connection with the breath. It’s a dance with the glandular system.

A meditation which cannot bring equilibrium to your breathing is a waste of your time!

Because the rate and length of your breathing will determine the rate of secretion of your glandular system, and that secretion will give you physical radiance. Physical radiance will then give you mental radiance, and mental radiance will project the radiance of the spirit, the soul in you.

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Benefits of Breath of Fire:

Blood Purification System, Cleanses the blood, the mucous lining of the lungs, and all the cells, Expands lung capacity, Strengthens all 72,000 nerves in the body, Warms the body, activates the brain, and increase oxygen delivery, Brightens the aura!!!

How to do it correctly:

Breath of fire is all about pumping your navel point in and out while breathing rapidly through your nose. On the exhale, the navel is pulled in towards the spine. On the inhale, the navel point is extended.

Note: At first it is easier to focus on the exhale and start at a slow rhythm. Eventually you want to have a rapid, equal and consistent breath. This breath strengthens the nervous system, purifies the blood and energizes the body.


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