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Easy Relaxation-Breath Visualisation

People who wish to relax but find it hard will be able to do this simple practice.
Keep spine straight.
Visualise the breath going in and out of the left nostril.Follow it and count the breath.Now visualise the breath going in and out of the right nostril.Follow it and count the breath.
This simple practice balances your breathing in both nostrils.
It is relaxing and can be done by anyone,anywhere.

Added by Nalini Sahay on March 30, 2011 at 10:48am — 5 Comments

Easy Relaxation--Respiration

The practice of respiration is taken for granted by us.The process of respiration can be converted by us into a relaxation practice.

Be aware of the breathing process.Cool air going in through the nostrils during inhalation and warm air being eliminated through the nostrils during exhalation.


Now become aware of the oxygen and prana being inhaled by the lungs during inhalation and be aware of the carbon dioxide and toxins being eliminated during…


Added by Nalini Sahay on March 29, 2011 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Easy Relaxation--Breath Awareness

In order to relax the first practice to be done is Breath Awareness.

1.Become aware of your breath.Breathe in and out comfortably without strain.No effort is to be made.Be aware of the breath flowing in and out of the nostrils.With each inhalation be aware of the prana and oxygen in each breath.Be aware of the exhalation with toxins and carbon-dioxide.

2.This simple practice done for 10 minutes will relax and calm you.If you can count your breath and practice 54 rounds it is even… Continue

Added by Nalini Sahay on March 28, 2011 at 8:58pm — 2 Comments

Chidakasha Dharana --practice for children

Chidkasha Dharana is a great practice to teach children to think creatively.They are very receptive to instructions which they will enjoy following.

1.Ask them to close their eyes and gaze at the space in front.The chidakasha explanation must be kept as simple as possible.

2.Tell them to visualise different colours and let them play with the colours.

3.Now ask them to think of any other object or creature.

4.Ask them to gaze at it and then go back to the colours.

5.Now… Continue

Added by Nalini Sahay on March 22, 2011 at 5:30pm — No Comments

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