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7 Segments Of the Avatar: Discover Your Physical Blocks

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Our avatar (or body) can be divided into 7 main segments (zones) in terms of body-oriented therapy. Each of these segments may contain physical blocks that interfere with the natural movement of energies, which over time will necessarily lead to problems on the physical plane.

The blocks can be manifested in two forms:

1. very tense muscles
2. too relaxed muscles

In this article, I’m going to tell you about physical blocks in the seven main segments of the avatar: eye, jaw, throat, chest, diaphragmatic, abdominal, and pelvic blocks.

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Physical Blocks in the Eye Segment

This segment is represented by the scalp muscles and oculomotor muscles. We can get blocks in our eye segments because of the so-called social fears which include a fear of hearing and/or seeing an assessment about yourself from other people; fear of being offended by another person; fear of making a mistake.

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Externally, the blocks in the eye segment may be formed for the following reasons:

  1. strong and consistent wrinkling of the forehead during a conversation;
  2. “surprised” raising eyebrows and making wide-open “naive” eyes;
  3. abnormally moving eyes;
  4. abnormally still look;
  5. severe frowning with the formation of a permanent wrinkle between the eyebrows.

When you have physical blocks in the eye segment you may feel

  1. pain in the eyes (since the vessels that feed the eyes are chronically “squeezed”);
  2. complaint of headaches (due to excessive tension of the eye muscles);
  3. difficulty crying (as markedly an abnormal state);
  4. conversely, constant tearfulness (as markedly an abnormal state)

Physical Blocks In the Jaw Segment

This segment is represented by the muscles of your chin, the lower part of your neck, and the upper part of your throat.

The blocks in the jaw segment can be caused by trying to block weeping, crying, and anger. In other words, these blocks can be formed when you don’s allow yourself to express your true feelings out loud.

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Externally, the blocks in the jaw segment may be formed for the following reasons:

  1. addiction to chewing gum;
  2. permanently clenched jaws;
  3. constantly drooping lower jaw;
  4. trouble expressing out loud all feelings

Physical Blocks In the Throat Segment

These blocks are located in your tongue and neck muscles.

The blocks in the jaw segment can be caused by your inability (by not allowing yourself) to cry, to shout loudly in a loud voice, to express your true emotions, and resentment.

As a rule, this block does not exist by itself but goes “along” with the block in the jaw segment.

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When you have physical blocks in the throat segment you may have:

  1. a constant neurotic cough, not caused by any infections;
  2. your voice is too quiet, the habit of involuntary gesture;
  3. you have a habit to hold your hand on the throat as if hugging it;
  4. frequent and involuntary swallowing (the result of feeling like there is something in your throat).

Physical Blocks in the Thoracic Segment

The thoracic segment is one of the two most important segments responsible for our discomfort in this world (the second, actually — pelvic).

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These blocks are located in:

  1. the broad chest muscles;
  2. the chest muscles;
  3. the muscles of the shoulder blades;
  4. the shoulders’ muscles;
  5. the muscles of the arms.

Blocks in this segment most of all spoil our posture. In general, a person who has this kind of block doesn’t look happy.

These blocks appear when you don’t allow yourself to be passionate and to express your feelings openly. It can touch different aspects: sorrow, love, jealousy, the ability to get involved, the ability to follow your heart and live your dreams, etc.

These signs indicate that you have blocks in your thoracic segment:

  1. breathing problems;
  2. your hands are too cold, or too wet, or you always hold your hands in your pockets;
  3. abnormal position of your shoulders: they either permanently raised, or lowered limp;
  4. a protruding or “depressed” chest;
  5. the inflexibility of the body (for example, instead of just turning your head you have to turn your whole body because of the inflexibility of your neck);
  6. the tendency to dress in several layers of clothing, however always unbuttoned.

If you have blocks in your thoracic segment you may experience pain in the shoulders, sweating of the palms and breathing problems (lack of air).

The best healing for these blocks – any breathing exercises. You need to learn how “to Live, breathing deeply.”

Physical Blocks in the Diaphragm Segment

These blocks cover the muscles of the diaphragm itself, the solar plexus and those organs that are located in this zone. The diaphragm blocks are very similar to the chest blocks. These blocks also have such external signs as inflexibility of the body and breathing difficulties. But the reasons for the formation of physical blocks in the diaphragm segment are quite different and even unique.

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The blocks in the diaphragm segment are formed as a result of the blocking your feelings of disgust. Imagine being forced to eat a worm or kiss a dead mouse. Visualize this situation in your mind. What muscles do you have tensed? Here it is – the block in the diaphragm in all its glory.

Well, now imagine that some people are forced to live and share a marital bed with a man whose smell and appearance makes them irresistible disgust. Chronic block in the diaphragm area is provided! Imagine another situation: a small child is forcibly stuffed with food, which causes him hysterical disgust. But his parents are forcing him to eat. And here he is choking, shoving into himself, let’s say, Brussel sprouts or springy particles of minced meat. This is how disgust and ability to vomit get formed in the diaphragm area.

Physical Blocks in the Abdominal Segment

These blocks cover the broad muscles of the abdomen, lower back and back.

The blocks on the back and waist form because of the carefully hidden fear that you will be attacked or caught doing something that you’re not supposed to do.

The blocks on the sides of your belly are caused by blocked emotions of anger and repressed hostility.

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These are the typical signs of the blocks in the abdominal segment:

  1. lack of energy;
  2. apathy;
  3. lethargy.

Physical Blocks in the Pelvic Segment

This is the most important and the largest segment. It includes all the muscles of our body. This is the place where our vital fears live (when our whole body feels the threat of life – imaginary or real). Moreover, this is the place where tightly blocked sexual arousal lives. If a person lives with the idea that to feel sexual desires is wrong he has a huge block in the pelvic segment.

These external signs show that you have physical blocks in the pelvic segment:

  1. unsteady walk on the half-bent legs – you think that there is something that threatens your life and you’re absolutely constrained in sex;
  2. tense unflexible legs (like Heron’s legs), half – bent knees you lose a strong connection with the earth and normal stability.

The best practice that helps to heal this block is grounding.

The Bottom Line

I would like to note: usually people have several blocks. It’s a very common thing that one block is more pronounced than the others.

To remove physical blocks you need to start getting involved in any kind of physical activities: physical exercises, yoga, dance, whatever you like the most. If you exercise your muscles constantly it will help you to remove your physical blocks.

In addition, I recommend you to study the information from this article on your knowledge about the chakras. It will help you to get more detailed information on the blocks of the body and the course of energy. By performing physical and energy practices in synthesis, you can achieve faster and better results in removing your blocks.


Katya Ki is the Founder of SOLANCHA Magazine, a Metaphysical Expert, a Reiki Master, and Human Rights Attorney. She has been studying Eastern metaphysics, cosmology, and esotericism for almost 20 years now. And she's still discovering new knowledge, which is hidden in ancient teachings. During her pilgrimage to the monastery of Saint Catherine in Egypt, she discovered the SOLANCHA System. This is how the SOLANCHA journey started!

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How Do Moon Cycles Affect Our Energy Levels?

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Chronic fatigue, burnout, lack of strength, and energy… Does it sound familiar? Well, you’re not alone! We all get influenced by Moon cycles. Unfortunately, not all of us know how to live in harmony with lunar phases and therefore we can periodically suffer from their effects on us.

In this article, we want to share with you how Moon cycles might be affecting your energy levels and how to balance its influence on your life.

The Affect of Moon Cycles

Every day the Moon changes its position, and depending on this, its influence on us changes.

The moon acts very harmoniously: some days it gives us more energy, and we feel a surge of strength and cheerfulness, and some days on the contrary — less so that we can stop and rest.

But more often than not, we don’t take into account these cycles and continue working hard every day. Eventually, this lifestyle leads to exhaustion which affects our wellbeing.

Most people overspend their energy, and therefore the energy levels often do not have time to be replenished.

Therefore, it is essential to always follow the rhythm of lunar cycles.

In Vedic astrology, the Moon is responsible for the most important processes of our life, such as breathing, sleep, digestion, energy level, comfort, mood and emotions. The Moon is responsible for our mood swings, swelling, fatigue, and cheerfulness.

When the Moon changes its position, moves from one Zodiac sign to another, wanes or waxes — we can feel these changes. It affects our health, emotions, and mood.

What Are The Moon Cycles And How To Live In Harmony With Them?

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The Moon has four main phases:

  1. Waxing Moon;
  2. Full Moon;
  3. Waning Moon;
  4. New Moon.

One Moon cycle lasts approximately 28 calendar days.

In accordance with these Moon phases, our energy levels also change. And in order to always be in a good mood, we need to learn to live in harmony with these cycles.

Gradually Increasing Activity

The lunar cycle begins with the New Moon — this is the first lunar day. The Moon is just beginning to grow and gain its strength, so at the beginning of the Lunar cycle, we have very little energy.

At this time, we should spend our energy wisely, rest more and do some simple things, so that we can start acting more actively.

On 1st and 2nd Moon days you need to conserve your energy. Try to focus more on planning rather than action. Make plans for the month.

By 3rd-5th Moon day the Moon gradually begins to give us more energy. Now you can start to act more actively and implement your plans.

Starting from 3rd and up to 16th Moon day, we have more energy. During this period we need to be more active and implement our plans.

Please note! During this period, you can not save energy! Your main task is to spend it on achieving your goals and working hard.

How to use the power of the Full Moon?

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The Full Moon (day 13-15) is the peak of our activity. This is the time when the Moon gives us the maximum amount of energy. Therefore, during this time we need to be especially active! If we work hard during this period, spend energy, then we feel great, and it gives us strength and desire to do even more.

But if during the Full Moon you feel like you don’t have the motivation to work on your projects, you feel apathetic and tired then it means that you are not spending the energy that was given to you, and therefore do not cope with it. The energy circulation in your energy body was disrupted.

You see, the energy in your body has to circulate. But if you’re spending all your time laying on the couch and watching TV during the Full Moon you don’t let your energy move and therefore you feel tired and apathetic.

Therefore it’s important to remember that starting on the 3rd and ending on the 16th Moon day we need to increase our activity and spend energy!

Slowing down

After the Full Moon phase, the Moon begins to wane, and with it our energy decreases.

After 16th-17th Moon day, we need to gradually reduce the level of our activity, allow ourselves a little more rest.

From 26th to 2nd Moon days, our energy becomes very low. Therefore it is better to deal with current affairs that do not require too much energy. It is important to rest more and do not overwork.

The end of the lunar month is given to us to rest, heal, and restore our energy.

Why Do We Feel Apathy and Fatigue?

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If you start working hard on the 26th – 2nd Moon day you’re taking energy “from the future”. You spend all your energy reserves during that time and instead of restoring it, you’re just spending it. Then on the 3rd-5th Moon day the energy you receive from the Moon goes to compensate the energy that you lost. It turns out that the new energy is spent just to restore strength, and it is not enough for any other activity.

Now imagine that you work hard several cycles in a row on such exhaustion! This will inevitably lead to burnout, apathy, and chronic fatigue. You keep pushing yourself until you are exhausted and then complain that you don’t have energy and feel tired.

The good news is you can get out of this state if you start following the Moon cycles and live in harmony with them.

The Bottom Line

Try to live in harmony with the Moon cycles for a few months, and you will notice a big increase in your energy levels. It would be great to start a diary and mark your state, health, emotions and mood every day. The diary will help you track your progress and changes. Be attentive to yourself and live in harmony with the Moon!


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Inner Child Healing: 4 Surprisingly Effective Practices

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No matter how big or small we are, almost all of us have experienced some kind of trauma as children. These traumas can be different: your favorite toy was thrown in the trash; you were abandoned by your childhood best friend; physical or emotional abuse by parents or adults. Inner child healing is a vital component of soulwork because it reconnects us with the wounded element of ourselves – the inner child. When we reconnect with this fragmented part of ourselves, we begin to discover the root of many of our fears, phobias, insecurities, and self-sabotaging of life.

In this article, I want to share with you different methods of inner child healing. I believe that these powerful methods will help you to rebuild a strong connection with your inner child and heal your past traumas which will surely improve the quality of your life and your relationship to the world.

You will probably be surprised at what you discover when working with your inner child. Instead of just looking at the symptoms of your trauma, you will go straight to the core and identify when a fear, phobia, or certain lifestyle has started to form.

Types Of Childhood Trauma

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First of all, it is important to understand that there are different types of childhood traumas. They can be physical (including sexual), emotional, and mental. In addition, when the childhood trauma was too severe or repeated so many times that the soul got lost behind these wounds. The return of the soul is the process of extracting hidden or inaccessible parts of the soul.

However, not all childhood traumas lead to “loss of soul”, but they may well lead to a vulnerable psyche. This can lead to problems such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, phobias, destructive behaviors, and even chronic diseases.

For better understanding, let me share with you different examples of the childhood traumas.

The examples of the childhood trauma:

  • An emotionally unavailable parent who hides the affection.
  • Physical punishments by means of slapping, beating, pulling by the hair, pinching, scratching, or washing the mouth with soap, etc.
  • Molestation, showing pornography, or any other sexual activity.
  • Parents’ divorce.
  • Inappropriate or burdensome responsibilities (for example, taking care of your parents).
  • Not having food or a safe place to live.
  • Being left unattended for a long time.
  • Emotional neglect, lack of support.
  • Name-calling and verbal abuse.
  • Humiliating the child’s personality.
  • Damage to the child’s personal belongings.
  • Excessive requirements.
  • Humiliations.
  • Death of people you love.
  • Car accidents, or other traumatic events, etc.

Of course, there are more examples of childhood trauma. These examples are given so that you can get an idea of what the inner child could be dealing with.

It is also important to remember that our parents were not the only ones responsible for provoking childhood trauma – our grandparents, brothers, sisters, other family members, family friends, school teachers, childhood friends, and even strangers may have also played a role.

What Is Inner Child Healing?

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Working on your inner child healing is the process of communicating, understanding, accepting, and healing your inner child. Your inner child represents your first true identity to enter this world. She/he contains your ability to experience surprise, joy, innocence, sensitivity, and playfulness.

Unfortunately, we live in a society that forces us to suppress our inner child. But the truth is that while most adults are physically “grown-up,” they never reach emotional and psychological maturity. In other words, most “adults” are not really adults from a maturity perspective. Most people remain in a state of childish fears, anger, and trauma that has festered in the subconscious for decades.

When we reject and stifle the voice of the inner child, we accumulate heavy psychological baggage. This unexplored and unresolved baggage causes us to face problems such as mental illness, physical ailments, and inability to build healthy relationships.

In fact, we can say that the lack of a conscious attitude to our own inner child is one of the main causes of serious problems that we see in modern society. From environmental abuse to self-abuse, we have completely separated ourselves from our innocence and true nature.

4 Methods of Inner Child Healing

Learning to work with your inner child does not mean becoming a child; it is about reconnecting with the sincere, childlike part inside.

Inner child healing leads us to a state of purity and innocence. We all have the potential to experience true simplicity by reconnecting with and healing a period of our lives when we saw the world with openness and wonder.

In order to eliminate the feelings of guilt, shame, fear, hatred, disgust, and anger that we carry with us throughout our lives, we must heal the child inside. To do this, we need to earn the trust of our inner child through unconditional love and self-nurturing.

Now let me share with you the 4 ways of inner child healing.

#1: Talk to your inner child

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Recognize your inner child and let him/her know that you from now on you promise to treat him/her with love, kindness, and respect.

I like to use a picture of myself in the age of trauma has happened. I’m looking at her and telling her kind words like:

  • I love you!
  • I hear you!
  • I understand you!
  • I’m sorry!
  • Thank you!
  • I forgive you!
  • I respect your choices and desires!
  • I always care about you!
  • You’re allowed to cry and express whatever emotions you feel!
  • You’re allowed to be yourself!
  • Everything is going to be ok! You will be living a life full of blessings and miracles!
  • You’re allowed to be happy even if everyone else doesn’t feel this way!

Make it a habit to talk to your inner child. You can also communicate by keeping a diary, asking your inner child a question, and then writing down the answer.

The more you talk to your inner child the easier it’s going to be to hear his/her voice and the faster you will be healed.

#2: Recreate what you loved to do as a child

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Sit down and think about what you loved to do as a child. Maybe you enjoyed climbing trees, hugging a teddy bear, or dancing? Take the time to remember all the activities that you loved to do as a child.

Through working with the inner child, people find aspects of themselves that they, as adults, did not even know existed. These discoveries are life-changing. Keep your heart open!

#3: Practice Inner Child meditation

One of the most powerful ways to reconnect with your inner child and to heal childhood traumas is a meditation.

In order to make this meditation possible, it is essential that you first gain the trust of your inner child through the methods I already described above. Once you have developed a strong connection with your inner child, you can then ask him/her to reveal what earlier life circumstances created the trauma you are struggling with today.

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Instructions:

Take a deep breath, relax, allow yourself to witness your thoughts, and ask your question. For example, you can ask: “Dear child, when did I first experience trauma in my life?”

Allow yourself to witness thoughts that arise and disappear. Your inner child can help you find answers. Remember that it is important to be patient, to love, and to accept. If your inner child doesn’t want to reveal the answer, accept it. It is important that your inner child feels safe, secure, and ready.

You can repeat your question from time to time if no answer arises inside your mind. This process can take from a couple of minutes to an hour or more.

For performing this practice, you need to have a meditation experience. Learning to be a witness to your thoughts can take a lot of practice, so if you are not used to meditation, you can resist this technique at first.

#4: Meditation-visualization

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A more active way to connect with your inner child and early trauma is through visualization.

To connect with the inner child through visualization, you need to create an “energy space” or a safe place for your inner child. To do this, you need to visualize a beautiful garden or any place where you feel safe, inspired, and whole. That could be a place that you used to love spending time in when you were a child – the one that has good memories and associations with safety. After entering the energy space, you can invite your inner child to talk.

Instructions:

Relax, close your eyes, and take a deep breath.

Imagine that you are walking down the stairs.

At the bottom of the stairs is your safe place. In this place, you feel strong, reliable, and ready to support.

Spend some time in your safe space. Dive into it. What does it look, smell, and sound like?

After you have become familiar with your safe space, imagine that your inner child enters this place, perhaps through the door or waterfall.

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Welcome your inner child. Give him/her a hug. Let him/her feel at home.

When you are ready, ask your inner child your question, for example: “When did you feel sad or scared for the first time?” It is important to formulate the question in children’s terminology.

Wait for his/her answer.

Then visualize how you’re sending your love and healing energy to that traumatic event and your inner child. Tell your inner child that you love him/her and you will always be there for him/her, to protect and comfort him/her.

Pay attention to the inner child’s emotions, facial expressions, reactions. If he/she is crying, let him/her cry. Give him/her a hug, try to comfort him/her. Let your inner child feel safe to express whatever he/she needs to express. Tell him/her how much he/she means to you.

Visualize how a warm green light is coming from your Heart chakra and going to your inner child’s Heart chakra. Focus on that light and let this beautiful energy heal all the traumas. Stay in this state for 5-20 minutes. Let the healing process complete.

Now give another hug to your inner child and say goodbye to him/her. Tell him/her that you’re always there for him/her whenever he/she needs you and all he/she needs to do is to call you and you promise to always attentively listen. Tell him/her how grateful you are!

Return from your safe place by going up the stairs.

Come back to your normal consciousness and open your eyes.

The Bottom Line

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Children perceive the world differently than adults. We assume that some events or phenomena from childhood could not cause us trauma, but they could leave deep scars on a child’s heart. Therefore, it is important never to make assumptions about your inner child.

Through working on your inner child healing, you can learn to grieve, heal, and resolve the traumas that you have unconsciously held for so many years. This can liberate you and allow you to live a life of true maturity, emotional balance, and well-being.

I hope this article has inspired you to reconnect with your inner child and take your self-healing practice to the next level!


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Humming Bee Breath: a Simple Technique For Anxiety Relief

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When we are anxious, on the physical level we begin to breathe shallowly using the upper part of the lungs. Our inhales and exhales become short and sharp. Contrarily, when we are relaxed, we breathe slower using the diaphragm. The lengthening of the exhalation (compared to the inhalation) maintains a healthy level of carbon dioxide in the blood, which helps us relax. Bhramari pranayama, also known as Humming Bee breath, helps to reduce the level of anxiety and relax. In this article, we will share with you what Bhramari pranayama is, what its benefits are, and how to perform it.

What Is Pranayama?

Prana‘ is the Sanskrit word for breath, “life force”, or “vital principle”. ‘Ayāma‘ can be translated as “the suspension of breath” or “control”. Thus, “pranayama” can be translated as “control over vital energy”.

Most often, pranayama is associated with breathing exercises that have a beneficial effect on the body, saturating it with oxygen. However, yogis use this technique not only for the purpose of improving their physical bodies but also as a way of controlling the flow of prana (vital energy).

Prana is the vital energy that fills everything in the Universe. It saturates all living things with life, providing physical bodies with strength. Breathing allows us to absorb prana and control its flow. It is believed that the basis of the entire existence consists of “energy” and “consciousness”, which are very closely interrelated. Prana gives energy to the forming of consciousness.

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According to Patanjali, pranayama is the length of time between inhalation and exhalation. During this period, the time of assimilation of prana increases, the fluctuations of the mind decrease and the perception expands. But how is it possible to reduce the excitation of the brain by holding the breath? This is due to the fact that nerve impulses in some parts of the body are suspended, and the structure of brain waves is harmonized. Therefore, pranayama is one of the most important elements of Hatha yoga.

What Is Humming Bee Breath?

This pranayama derives its name from the black Indian bee called Bhramari. Bhramari = type of Indian bee; pranayama = breathing technique. This pranayama is named so because of the humming sound produced at the back of the throat during the practice – like the gentle humming of a bee.

The Benefits of the Humming Bee Breath

Bhramari pranayama, or Humming Bee Breath, is a safe and easy-to-learn practice that has tremendous therapeutic potential. Here are the benefits of performing Humming Bee Breath:

  • It has a beneficial effect on the thyroid, parathyroid, and thymus glands;
  • Calms the nervous system;
  • Relieves tension and anxiety;
  • Helps you fall asleep quickly, relieves insomnia;
  • Makes the voice melodic, strengthens the ligaments;
  • Helps with diseases of the throat and larynx, as well as nasal congestion.
  • Relieves headaches and migraines.
  • Improves memory and concentration.
  • Reduces blood pressure.
  • Vibrations that occur in the body help the cells to remove toxins.
  • Builds confidence.
  • It prepares you for deep meditation.

How to Perform Bhramari Pranayama?

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The technique of performing Bhramari Pranayama is quite simple and does not require special training. It can be performed at any time of the day and even after having a meal. Also, it has no age restrictions.

Instructions:

  1. Sit in any position that is comfortable for you with a straight back and relaxed shoulders.
  2. Close the lips, keeping the teeth slightly apart.
  3. Bring the tip of your tongue to the space behind the upper front teeth. Maintain this position throughout the practice, frequently checking to ensure that the jaw remains relaxed.
  4. Close each ears with the thumbs, place the index fingers at the midpoint of the forehead – just above the eyebrows – and reach the middle, ring, and pinky fingers across the eyes so that the tips of these fingers press very gently against the bridge of the nose.  
  5. Take a long, deep breath in through the nostrils, bringing the breath all the way into the belly.
  6. Drop the chin to the chest and begin to exhale slowly, making a steady, low-pitched ‘hmmm’ sound at the back of the throat – like the humming of a bee. Focus on making the sound soft, smooth, and steady.
  7. Keep the body completely still and bring your awareness to the center of the head – to your Third eye chakra – letting the sound fill the head and spread to the body.
  8. At the end of the exhalation, slowly straighten your neck as you inhale again through the nostrils to repeat the process.

This is one breathing cycle. Start mastering this pranayama with 7 breathing cycles and gradually increase to 20-30.

After performing the Humming Bee breath practice, do not rush to open your eyes, stay in a meditative state, observe the sensations in the body, sounds, and smells in the surrounding space.

Additional tips:

  • This pranayama does not require much effort, so you should never feel a lack of air during the humming process. If you still feel a lack of air, shorten the duration of the exhalation.
  • During the practice, keep your body relaxed – there should be no unpleasant or painful sensations, tension, or tremor of the limbs, loss of balance, or emotional anxiety.
  • If you find it difficult to relax in a sitting position, then try to lie down, but keep in mind that in a lying position, this technique will have a strong hypnotic effect.
  • Instead of “M-m-m-m-m”, you can say “A-U-M” or “OM”.
  • During the hum, you can hold the Mula Bandha (Root Lock).

Warning

It is not recommended to practice Bhramari pranayama for those people who have an ear infection or epilepsy.


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