This Nithya Kriya is simple, specially for kids. It will improve the memory power.
- SHEETALI PRANAYAMA
- SHEETKARI PRANAYAMA
- UJJAYI KUMBHAKA
- Place the right foot on the left thigh and similarly the left one on the right.
- Cross the hands behind the back and firmly catch hold of the great toes of the feet so crossed.
- Place the chin on the chest and fix the gaze on the tip of the nose. This posture is called the Padmasana (or lotus posture). This posture destroys all diseases.
2. In PADMASANA-SHEETHALI PRANAYAMA-21 Minutes
GHERANDA SAMHITA,UPADESHA: 5,VERSE: 54-55
Draw in the air through the mouth (with lips contracted and tongue thrown out), and fill the stomach slowly. Retain it there for a short time. Then exhale through both the nostrils.
Let the Yogi always practice this Sheethali Khumbhaka, giver of bliss; by so doing, he will be free from digestion, phlegm and bilious disorders.
- Continue to sit in Padmasana.
- Close the eyes and relax the whole body.
- Extend the tongue outside the mouth and roll the sides of the tongue up so that it forms a tube.
- Inhale slowly through the tongue.
- At the end of inhalation, roll the tongue in, close the mouth and exhale slowly through the nose.
- Do this 21 minutes.
3. IN PADMASANA-SHEETKARI PRANAYAMA-7 Minutes
HATHA YOGA PRADIPIKA||UPADESHA 2||VERSE 54
The breath needs to be sucked in through the mouth with a hissing sound and the exhalation to be done through the nostrils. By practicing this Kamadeva – the Cupid becomes the second.
- Press the lower teeth with the upper teeth and open the lips comfortably.
- Suck air through the gaps in between the teeth .
- Be aware of the sound produced.
- After inhaling close the mouth and exhale through the nose.
- Don’t hold.
- Do this 7 minutes.
3. IN PADMASANA -UJJAYI PRANAYAMA-21 times
- Close the mouth.
- Inhale through both nostrils.
- Hold as long as you can.
- Exhale through left nostril.
- Do this 21 times. This is like settling down.
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