The first and last things we do in this physical lifetime are to take a breath. Along with oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide, the breath contains prana, the life force. We are regularly taught we can’t live without oxygen; it is also true we can’t live without prana, the vital force that energizes the mind, body, and consciousness.
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Breath Awareness Exercise
Let the breath breathe you. Experience yourself as a unit and the Cosmos as unlimited.
Feel that you are a part of that vastness.
Develop Your Pranic Energy
This exercise will change you completely. It changes the way you think. It takes away tension.
Pran Bandha Mantra Meditation
This meditation merges you into the unlimited sea of prana and life.
Left and Right Nostril Breathing
The quality of Prana processed through the two nostrils differs and corresponds with the qualities associated with the two sides of the brain.
Here’s a simple routine you can practice that brings more prana into your hands for healing.
Meditation to Alleviate Your Stress
This meditation will wash the stress from your body and your aura, and fill you with calm, quiet, balance and prana.
Adjust Your Flow - The Four U's for You
This kriya invigorates you by adjusting your Pranic Body with your Auric Body.
The Caliber of Life Meditation to Totally Recharge You
This meditation gives you a direct relationship with your pranic body. It builds tremendous strength into the nervous system.
One Minute Breath
When you practice one breath a minute, you become the light and knowledge of the prana, and then you know the Universe, the Universe knows you.
Breath of Fire
The subtle aspect of the breath is the prana, or vital force, that energizes the mind, body, and consciousness.
Clarity of Thought: Expanding the Lung Capacity
Air is the medium for prana and because of this graceful medium, we live.
3 Stroke Breath for Health, Energy, and Radiance
The quality of prana we get through this exercise depends on how much we consciously participate.
From the Blog
The Most Divine Gesture: Sharing the Power of Prana by Narinder Bazen Khalsa
Reclaim the Power of Prana by Doug Wilson
The Divine Spark of the Breath by Siri Kirin Kaur/Kathe Forrest
Pranayam: Act, Don't React by Bhavanjot Kaur
Pranayam—the Art of Self-Management by Hari Kaur
The Kiss of the Divine - Part One: Learning to Breathe by Guruprem Singh
The Kiss of the Divine - Part Two: Guiding the Exhale by Guruprem Singh