Sunday, October 24, 2010

三种类型的调息法 Three Types of Pranayama

呼吸法有三种类型,即。,Adhama,madhyama和Uttama(下,中,高级)。调息的Adhama 12 Matras组成,Madhyama由24 Matras和Uttama占地32 Matras时间。这是Puraka。
之间Puraka,Kumbhaka和Rechaka比例是1时04分○二秒。
Puraka是吸入。
Kumbhaka是保留。
Rechaka是呼气。

如果您在12 Matras期间吸入你将要为一个48 Matras期间Kumbhaka。那么对于Rechaka时间将是24 Matras。这是Adhama呼吸法。这项规定同样适用于其他两个品种。首先,一月份的Adhama呼吸法练习。然后练习三个月Madhyama。然后拿起Uttama品种。

敬礼上师和斯里兰卡Ganesa只要你在体式坐。对于Abhyasa时间是凌晨四时,上午10时,傍晚4时和晚上10时,下午或12当你在实践中前进,你将不得不每天做320呼吸法。

Sagarbha调息是呼吸法,这与心理japa参加任何口头禅,无论是加亚特里讷或庵。它是一百倍以上的Agarbha呼吸法,这是平原和任何Japa无人强大。调息西提取决于对从业者的工作强度。热情的热心的学生与Parama Utsaha,Sahasa和Dridhata(热情,乐观和韧性),可在六个月内生效西提(完美),而与Tandri和Alasya(困倦和懒惰)慵医生会找不到改善甚至十年八年后。埋头苦干上。坚持不懈,耐心,信心,信心,期望,兴趣和注意。你一定会成功。无desperandum,不要绝望。

在吠檀多Kumbhaka

没有任何分心,并作为一个冷静的头脑,每个人都应该练习呼吸法。过期和灵感都应该加以制止。从业者应该只依靠婆罗门,这是人生的最高目标。让所有的外部对象时,被认为是Rechaka。在精神的Sastras知识的情况,据说是Puraka,并保持自己的这种知识被认为是Kumbhaka。他是一个翻身的人谁的做法他Chitta这样。这是毫无疑问。通过Kumbhaka心要始终被注册,并通过Kumbhaka单独看它填补了内应。正是通过Kumbhaka只是Kumbhaka应牢固掌握。在IT,是'Parama湿婆'。首先在他的Brahmagranthi很快产生一个有洞或通道。然后有穿Brahmagranthi,他穿Vishnugranthi,那么他穿Rudragranthi,那么Yogin通过宗教仪式达到他的解放,进行各种出生通过大师和Devatas宽限期,通过瑜伽练习。

调息的纳迪- Suddhi

该Vayu无法进入Nadis如果这些杂质爆满。因此,首先,他们应该得到净化,然后调息应该实行。纯化的Nadis是两个过程,即。,Samanu和Nirmanu。该Samanu是通过与Bija咒的心理过程。该Nirmanu是通过物理清洗或Shatkarmas。

1。坐在Padmasana。默想的Vayu Bijakshara(阴),其中烟颜色。通过左鼻孔吸气。重复Bijakshara 16倍。这是Puraka。保持呼吸,直到你重复Bija 64倍。这是Kumbhaka。然后通过右鼻孔呼气非常非常缓慢,直到你重复Bijakshara 32倍。

2。肚脐是Agnitattva席位。默想这Agnitattva。然后制定通过右重复16次烈火Bija(RAM)的鼻孔呼吸。保持呼吸,直到你算Bija 64倍。接着通过左鼻孔呼气慢慢地重复,直到你精神上Bija信32倍。

3。凝视固定在鼻尖。通过左鼻孔吸气重复Bija(谭)16倍。保持呼吸,直到你重复Bija(谭)64倍。现在想像的花蜜,从月球流,贯穿所有的船只和净化他们的身体。经右鼻孔,然后慢慢呼气,直到你重复普里特维Bija(林)32倍。纯化的Nadis是由上述三种呼吸法种做法很好地坐在你平常的姿势牢固。

在呼吸法咒

在实践过程中呼吸法咒的重复,是订定在Isvara歌:“当上进屏住呼吸重复加亚特里讷三次,一开始甚至Vyahritis一起,在年底和pranava,在两个人的Siras完它,这是,什么是所谓的呼吸调节。“

瑜珈Yajnavalkya,另一方面,从而宣告:“向上的气息和向下的气息,已被制止,呼吸调控是要由Pranava手段,并适当考虑到的口头禅度量单位实行(!) 。

这个Pranava单重复,是为了在Paramahamsa门徒。它已被宣布在Smritis,即普通沉思是要实践,通过吸入和呼气法规规定的其他阶段,在一个人的肚脐,心脏和额头参照梵天,毗湿奴和湿婆的形式分别。对于Paramahamsa然而,沉思唯一的对象已被宣布为婆罗门。 “自我控制的苦行僧,是至高无上的考虑后,婆罗门由Pranava手段,”声明Sruti。

练习1号

坐在Padmasana。闭上你的眼睛。集中精力Trikuti(两者之间的眼眉毛空间)。关闭用你的右手拇指右鼻孔。慢慢吸气,只要通过左鼻孔,你可以用它安慰。然后呼气非常非常缓慢地通过相同的鼻孔。做十二次。这是一个圆。

然后通过右鼻孔吸气,关闭你的右手,环,小指及左鼻孔呼出通过相同的鼻孔很慢。做十二次。这是一个圆。不要在吸气和呼气任何声音。重复您的Ishta咒期间的做法。在实践的第二个星期,做两轮,在第三个星期,三个回合。以两分钟休息时一个回合就结束了。如果你需要几分钟的正常呼吸,当一个回合结束了,会给你足够的休息,你将是下一轮新鲜。没有Kumbhaka这项工作。您可以增加轮数根据你的实力和能力。

练习第2号

同时通过鼻孔吸气慢慢地,轻轻地。不保留的气息。然后慢慢呼气。做12次。这将构成一个圆。你可以做2或3轮根据你的能力和实力,在您的处置时间。

练习第3号

坐在你的体位。关闭用你的右手拇指右鼻孔。然后,慢慢地吸气左鼻孔。关闭用你的右手环,小指及左鼻孔取出打开右手拇指右鼻孔。呼气时缓慢通过右鼻孔。然后绘制只要通过右鼻孔的空气,你可以通过左鼻孔呼出它与舒适性和通过消除环,小指的权利。有没有这呼吸法Kumbhaka。重复这个过程12次。这将构成一个圆。

练习第4号

默想,单一字母,最高光Pranava或有机质,是起源或三个字母A,U型和M吸入通过国际开发协会或为16 Matras(秒)空间左鼻孔气源,在沉思字母'A'在这段时间里,保留了64 Matras空间的空气,默想字母'u'的那段时间,通过对空间的32 Matras右鼻孔呼气,在信上的'M'打坐在该时间。这一次又一次的实践在上面的顺序。 2或3倍开始,逐步增加数到20或30倍,根据你的能力和实力。首先,保持比1点04分02秒。逐步提高比例16:64:32。深呼吸运动

每个深呼吸由一个非常充分吸入,通过鼻子和深,稳定还通过鼻子呼气。

慢慢吸气高达你可以做。呼气时慢慢不亚于您可以做。吸气时,请遵守以下规则:

1。站起来。放置在臀部的手,肘便出来,不是强迫落后。站在放心。

2。胸部直接向上延长。按向下方向在手中的臀骨。将形成一个真空本法和空气将赶在它自己的协议。

3。保持鼻孔敞开的。不要用鼻子一吸泵。它应作为一种既吸入和呼出的空气被动通道。不要让任何声音当你吸气和呼气。请记住,正确的呼吸是无声的。

4。整个伸展躯干上部。

5。不要拱成一个狭小的位置上胸部。保持腹部自然放松。

6。不要向后弯曲的头部远。不要画腹部向内。不要强迫的肩膀回来。抬起肩膀。

在呼气仔细遵守以下规则:

1。允许肋骨和整个躯干下沉逐步下降的上部。

2。画下肋部,腹部向上,缓慢。

3。不要过多的身体弯曲着。胸部的拱应加以避免。保持头部,颈部在一条直线和躯干。合同的胸部。不要通过口腔呼吸的空气了。呼气非常,非常缓慢,不产生任何噪音。

4。过期,只是需要通过放松吸气肌肉的地方。胸部落下靠自身重量和排出的空气通过鼻子出来。

5。一开始,不保留吸入后呼吸。当吸入过程结束立即开始呼气。当你有足够的练习先进,你可以慢慢保留从5秒到一分钟呼吸根据自己的能力。

6。当一个人深的呼吸三个回合结束后,你可能需要一点休息,呼吸道pause',通过采取一些正常呼吸。然后开始第二轮。暂停期间,在一个停滞不前的手放在臀部舒适的位置。轮数可以按照固定的执业能力。做3或4次,每周增加一回合。深呼吸只是呼吸法等。

There are three types of Pranayama, viz।, Adhama, madhyama and Uttama (inferior, middle and superior)। The Adhama Pranayama consists of 12 Matras, Madhyama consists of 24 Matras and the Uttama occupies a time of 32 Matras। This is for Puraka।
The ratio between Puraka, Kumbhaka and Rechaka is 1:4:2.
Puraka is inhalation.
Kumbhaka is retention.
Rechaka is exhalation.

If you inhale for a period of 12 Matras you will have to make Kumbhaka for a period of 48 Matras. Then the time for Rechaka will be 24 Matras. This is for Adhama Pranayama. The same rule will apply to the other two varieties. First, practise for a month of Adhama Pranayama. Then practise Madhyama for three months. Then take up the Uttama variety.

Salute your Guru and Sri Ganesa as soon as you sit in the Asana. The time for Abhyasa is early morning 4 a.m., 10 a.m., evening 4 p.m., and night 10 p.m., or 12 p.m. As you advance in practice you will have to do 320 Pranayamas daily.

Sagarbha Pranayama is that Pranayama, which is attended with mental japa of any mantra, either Gayatri or Om. It is one hundred times more powerful than the Agarbha Pranayama, which is plain and unattended with any Japa. Pranayama Siddhi depends upon the intensity of the efforts of the practitioner. An ardent enthusiastic student, with Parama Utsaha, Sahasa and Dridhata (zeal, cheerfulness and tenacity), can effect Siddhi (perfection) within six months; while a happy-go-lucky practitioner with Tandri and Alasya (drowsiness and laziness) will find no improvement even after eight or ten years. Plod on. Persevere with patience, faith, confidence, expectation, interest and attention. You are bound to succeed. Nil desperandum—Never despair.

The Vedantic Kumbhaka

Being without any distraction and with a calm mind, one should practise Pranayama. Both expiration and inspiration should be stopped. The practitioner should depend solely on Brahman; that is the highest aim of life. The giving out of all external objects, is said to be Rechaka. The taking in of the spiritual knowledge of Sastras, is said to be Puraka, and the keeping to oneself of such knowledge is said to be Kumbhaka. He is an emancipated person who practises his Chitta thus. There is no doubt about it. Through Kumbhaka the mind should always be taken up and through Kumbhaka alone it should be filled up within. It is only through Kumbhaka that Kumbhaka should be firmly mastered. Within it, is ‘Parama Siva’. At first in his Brahmagranthi there is produced soon a hole or passage. Then having pierced Brahmagranthi, he pierces Vishnugranthi, then he pierces Rudragranthi, then the Yogin attains his liberation through the religious ceremonies, performed in various births, through the grace of Gurus and Devatas and through the practice of Yoga.

Pranayama for Nadi-Suddhi

The Vayu cannot enter the Nadis if they are full of impurities. Therefore, first of all, they should be purified and then Pranayama should be practised. The Nadis are purified by two processes, viz., Samanu and Nirmanu. The Samanu is done by a mental process with Bija Mantra. The Nirmanu is done by physical cleansing or the Shatkarmas.

1. Sit on Padmasana. Meditate on the Bijakshara of Vayu (Yam) which is of smoke colour. Inhale through the left nostril. Repeat the Bijakshara 16 times. This is Puraka. Retain the breath till you repeat the Bija 64 times. This is Kumbhaka. Then exhale through the right nostril very very slowly till you repeat the Bijakshara 32 times.

2. The navel is the seat of Agnitattva. Meditate on this Agnitattva. Then draw the breath through the right nostril repeating 16 times the Agni Bija (Ram). Retain the breath, till you count the Bija 64 times. Then exhale slowly through the left nostril till you repeat mentally the Bija letter 32 times.

3. Fix the gaze at the tip of the nose. Inhale through the left nostril repeating the Bija (Tham) 16 times. Retain the breath till you repeat the Bija (Tham) 64 times. Now imagine that the nectar that flows from the moon, runs through all the vessels of the body and purifies them. Then exhale slowly through right nostril till you repeat the Prithvi Bija (Lam) 32 times. The Nadis are purified nicely by the practice of the above three kinds of Pranayama by sitting firmly in your usual posture.

Mantra During Pranayama

The Mantra for repetition during the practice of Pranayama is laid down in the Isvara Gita: “When the aspirant holding his breath repeats the Gayatri thrice, together with even Vyahritis in the beginning, the Siras at the end and the pranava, one at both ends of it, this is, what is called the regulation of breath.”

Yogi Yajnavalkya, on the other hand, declares thus: “The upward breath and the downward breath, having been restrained, regulation of breath is to be practised by means of the Pranava (!) with due regard to the unit of measure of the Mantra.

This repetition of the Pranava alone, is meant for the Paramahamsa Sannyasins. It has been declared in the Smritis, that ordinary contemplation is to be practised, through the inhalation and other stages of breath-regulation at one’s navel, heart and forehead, with reference to the forms of Brahma, Vishnu and Siva respectively. For the Paramahamsa however, the only object of contemplation has been declared to be Brahman. “The self-controlled ascetic is to contemplate upon the supreme Brahman, by means of the Pranava,” declares the Sruti.

Exercise No. 1

Sit on Padmasana. Close your eyes. Concentrate on Trikuti (the space between the two eye-brows). Close the right nostril with your right thumb. Inhale slowly through the left nostril as long as you can do it with comfort. Then exhale very very slowly through the same nostril. Do twelve times. This is one round.

Then inhale through the right nostril by closing the left nostril with your right ring and little fingers and exhale very slowly through the same nostril. Do twelve times. This is one round. Do not make any sound during inhalation and exhalation. Repeat your Ishta Mantra during the practice. In the second week of practice, do two rounds, in the third week, three rounds. Take rest for two minutes when one round is over. If you take a few normal breaths, when one round is over, that will give you sufficient rest and you will be fresh for the next round. There is no Kumbhaka in this exercise. You can increase the number of rounds according to your strength and capacity.

Exercise No. 2

Inhale through both the nostrils slowly and gently. Do not retain the breath. Then exhale slowly. Do 12 times. This will constitute one round. You can do 2 or 3 rounds according to your capacity and strength and time at your disposal.

Exercise No. 3

Sit on your Asana. Close the right nostril with your right thumb. Then inhale slowly through your left nostril. Close the left nostril with your right ring and little fingers and open the right nostril by removing the right thumb. Exhale very slowly through the right nostril. Then draw the air through the right nostril as long as you can do it with comfort and exhale through the left nostril by removing the right ring and little fingers. There is no Kumbhaka in this Pranayama. Repeat the process 12 times. This will constitute one round.

Exercise No. 4

Meditate that the single letter, the Supreme light—Pranava or OM—is the origin or source of the three letters A, U and M. Inhale the air through Ida or left nostril for the space of 16 Matras (seconds), meditate on the letter ‘A’ during that time; retain the air for the space of 64 Matras, meditate on the letter ‘U’ during the time; exhale through the right nostril for the space of 32 Matras and meditate on the letter ‘M’ during that time. Practise this again and again in the above order. Begin with 2 or 3 times and gradually increase the number to 20 or 30 times according to your capacity and strength. To begin with, keep the ratio 1:4:2. Gradually increase the ratio to 16:64:32. Deep Breathing Exercise

Each deep breathing consists of a very full inhalation, through the nose and a deep, steady exhalation also, through the nose.

Inhale slowly as much as you can do. Exhale slowly as much as you can do. During inhalation, observe the following rules:

1. Stand up. Place the hands on the hips, the elbows will be out and not forced backward. Stand at ease.

2. Lengthen the chest straight upwards. Press the hip bones with the hands in downward direction. A vacuum will be formed by this act and the air will rush in of its own accord.

3. Keep the nostrils wide open. Do not use the nose as a suction pump. It should serve as a passive passage for both the inhaled and the exhaled air. Do not make any sound when you inhale and exhale. Remember that correct breathing is noiseless.

4. Stretch the whole upper part of the trunk.

5. Do not arch the upper chest into a cramped position. Keep the abdomen naturally relaxed.

6. Do not bend the head far backwards. Do not draw the abdomen inwards. Do not force the shoulders back. Lift the shoulders up.

During the exhalation observe the following rules carefully:

1. Allow the ribs and the whole upper part of the trunk to sink down gradually.

2. Draw the lower ribs and abdomen upwards—slowly.

3. Do not bend the body too much forward. Arching of the chest should be avoided. Keep the head, neck and trunk in a straight line. Contract the chest. Do not breathe the air out through the mouth. Exhale very, very slowly without producing any noise.

4. Expiration simply takes place by relaxing the inspiratory muscles. The chest falls down by its own weight and expels the air out through the nose.

5. In the beginning, do not retain the breath after inhalation. When the process of inhalation is over begin exhalation at once. When you have sufficiently advanced in your practice, you can slowly retain the breath from five seconds to one minute according to your capacity.

6. When one round of three deep breathings is over, you can take a little rest, ‘Respiratory pause’—by taking a few normal breaths. Then start the second round. During the pause, stand still in a comfortable position with hands on hips. The number of rounds can be fixed according to the capacity of the practitioner. Do 3 or 4 rounds and increase one round every week. Deep breathing is only a variety of Pranayama.

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