Explain which pranayama is best in healing, why?

Explain which pranayama is best in healing, why?

The best pranayama for healing is Nadi Shodhana. (Nadi—energy channels, Shodhana—purification)

We have 72000 energy channels in our body which are called nadis. And the main entrance of nadis is behind nostrils. When we breathe from left nostril it means moon breath and it cools the body when we breathe from right nostril it means sun breath and it warms the body.

Actually, we are breathing from one nostril during 90 minutes and from the other nostril for 90 minutes. If we continue to breath more than 90 minutes from just one nostril it means our body becomes unhealthy.

This alternative nostril breathing pranayama also helps us to balance our energy, because of imbalance of doshas we may have some diseases. It also helps to balance our doshas.

Generally, it is done without retention.

When practicing this pranayama always starts from the left nostril. Inhale from the left nostril and exhale from right, then inhale from the right and exhale from left. This means one round. We use Vishnu mudra during this breathing technique.

If you practice during 5 minutes you start to feel good, 5-10 minutes it begins to effect internal energy, 10-15 minutes it works on your systems, 15-20 minutes each organ, 20-25 every single tissue, 25-30 minutes every single cell in your body.

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