Put into your daily routine practice this distinctive breathing technique to alleviate your nervous tension and compose your mind.
Just for that soothing and calm state of mind, try this advanced pranayama that simulates the drone of a bumblebee. With brahmari you shall glide into perfect state of silence.
According to the yoga tradition, if you concentrate on the drone produced in your nasal cavity While performing brahmari focus on the drone produced in your nasal cavity which will make all kind of haphazard thoughts to fade away making the mind tranquil and calm. It’s a great way to make the transition into a deeper meditation which will help you to unwind after a long day of stressful activities.
Practice brahmari on an empty stomach for two to three minutes daily, gradually building up to five minutes, as long as you find the practice pleasant and comfortable.
To get the full benefit of the practice, sit quietly with your eyes closed after ceasing the sound. The stillness in the mind and body after brahmari is palpable. You can prolong this sense of stillness by practicing breath awareness, and then meditation.
Brahmari has a direct effect on the vishuddha chakra which is a vital center in the throat region. The humming sound centers the entire body and mind.
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