Breathing techniques or Pranayamas

There is no tantra if you do not handle your breath as you wish. It’s that clear.

And even more blunt. If you don’t manage your breath you don’t manage your life.

Since you do not handle your breathing, but you breathe the least and unconsciously to survive (thankfully the unconscious is always there to save our lives, because if it is up to us to breathe to survive go away to know what we would have happened already), the interesting question would then be who directed your life?

Well, my friend, I’m sorry to be the one to tell you, you’re drifting, on autopilot … with luck, doing what the world and your environment expect of you, without questioning you and with less luck, doing what It is expected of you but with the pain of lucidity that this is not what fills you that you are not being you.

How much power does it have to learn breathing management?

STRONGLY IF

STRONGLY IF

Your mood, your emotions, your vitality, your joy of living, your strength, your flexibility, your power, your inner peace, your ability to feel, your sexuality, your fullness, your happiness …. you move all this … or not, to one side or another learning to manage your breathing.

That’s why it seemed so strange to me these days, that after more than 5 years of blogging and sharing great content with you, I still hadn’t addressed this topic.

Because I repeat, THERE IS NO TANTRA IF YOU DON’T HANDLE YOUR BREATHING.

And here I do not have any fear of being read by a tantra guru … there is no fear because there is none that will refute this idea:

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THERE IS NO TANTRA IF YOU DO NOT DRIVE THE BREATH

Let’s start with these techniques of pranayama defining this same word to start.

PRANAYAMA

The Sanskrit term prāṇāyāma or pranaiama designates the breathing exercises of yoga that lead to the concentration and control of the praná or more correctly transcribed: prāṇa (energy contained in the breath within the organism).

In other words, they are breathing exercises that mobilize our vital energy.

Benefits of complete breathing:

  • It considerably improves the entire respiratory system and prevents against disorders of the same.
  • Energize and revitalize
  • Silk the central nervous system and balance emotions
  • Develop the attention and concentration capacity
  • Regulates cardiac action
  • Improves brain function

And finally, remind you that this complete breathing becomes easier as you practice it. At the beginning it costs a lot but with practice you become more agile and permeable by your own breathing.

Do not give up and continue! You will see how it compensates in the end.

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