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Pranayama for Heart and related Research

  "Breathing is the link between the mind and the body. By   controlling the breath, we can calm the mind and heal the   body." - Deepak Chopra Pranayama is a type of yoga that entails controlled breathing practises. Several pranayama techniques are thought to have potential heart health benefits. Here are three pranayama techniques and some research on the subject -  Human Heart 1. Nadi Shodhana Pranayama (Alternate Nostril Breathing) : This pranayama technique involves alternating between breathing through one nostril and expelling through the other. It is thought to aid in the reduction of stress and anxiety, the improvement of lung function, and the promotion of general cardiovascular health. According to a 2013 study, practising Nadi Shodhana Pranayama for 30 minutes daily for eight weeks dramatically decreased heart rate variability in hypertensive individuals. 2. Bhramari Pranayama (Humming Bee Breath) : Inhale deeply and exhale while generating a humming sound with

Can I see the seven chakras physically and what are the associated frequencies with each chakra?

  Can I see the seven chakras physically?  The chakras are not visible to the naked eye as tangible objects. It is believed that these subtle energy centres, which correlate to several different physical, emotional, and spiritual activities, are situated along the spine. THE SEVEN CHAKRAS "When your solar plexus is strong, you can accomplish anything." Although the chakras cannot be physically seen, there are several ways to see or sense them, including:   1. Intuition: Many claims to experience intuition or a sense of "knowing" when working with the chakras.   2. Visualisation: Chakras can be balanced and activated with the aid of visualisation techniques.   3. Sensations: When working with the chakras, some people experience bodily sensations like warmth or tingling.   4. Emotional reactions: Because the chakras are linked to different emotions, working with them can occasionally cause emotional reactions. 5. Energy work: Energy healers and prac

Energy and Kundalini

  Energy and Kundalini Everything around us, including the silent mimicry of trees during the rainy season, the flow of water, the beauty of a rainbow, the free flow of an artist at his highest level of precision, the dance of the peacock, and the fragrance of a flower, transpires without flow when we are in our actual conditions, unquestionably in its most natural state, this is what Kundalini means. Kundalini awakening is not a process, it is the transformation of a physical being to an energy being, more subtly.   A 2017 study published in the Journal of Transpersonal Psychology looked at the connection between spiritual experiences and Kundalini activation. The research discovered a variety of spiritual experiences, including mystical encounters, feelings of oneness with the universe, and heightened intuition, was linked to Kundalini rising. Kundalini" means "coiled serpent." At the base of the spine, robust and dormant energy is thought to reside. The chakras, or en