Yoga, which originated in ancient India, is a spiritual, physical and mental practice that disciplines and calms the mind and body. Yoga has been an important part of the Indian culture, with a lot of people practicing and preaching it. Since it has been embedded into the culture of India, it is widely taught in varied schools and by individuals throughout the nation.
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‘Prana’ is the vital energy needed by our physical and subtle layers, without which the body would perish. It is the prana or life force in us that nourishes the mind and keeps the body alive. ‘Prana’ refers to the universal life force and ‘Ayama’ means to regulate or lengthen. The prana creates an aura around the body. It flows through thousands of subtle energy channels called ‘nadis’ and energy centers called ‘chakras’. The quantity and quality of prana and the way it flows through the nadis and chakras determines one’s state of mind.
Benefits of regular practice of pranayama:
- Increases and enhances the quantity and quality of prana
- Clears blocked nadis and chakras. Clears the whole energy around you, expands your aura and heightens the spirit
- Makes one energetic, enthusiastic and positive
- Brings harmony between the body, mind, and spirit, making one physically, mentally and spiritually strong. It brings clarity to the mind and good health to the body