Maybe at some point in your life, you have already realized that breathing connects you with everything in your environment. Humans, animals, and plants breathe the same air. They breathe in the air that they have fled, and vice versa. Our breathing connects us not only with the outside world but also creates contact and constant exchange with the inner world. Our breathing reaches the finest and most distant cells and provides vital energy to our body.
From the Sanskrit scriptures, we know the term “Prana”, which was translated with breath, breath or universal cosmic energy. These different translations describe the different breathing levels. Breathing, we are really in touch with the life force that pervades everything without which there would be no creation as we know it. Here we realize the dimensions of respiration, a process that is considered acquired but universal.
Therefore, it is not surprising that all spiritually advanced cultures attach special importance to breathing and to the establishment of a variety of awareness exercises. However, Eastern traditions mean that breathing is more than the process of breathing. Although people around the world generally breathe the same mixture of gases, the way they breathe is the deciding factor. Breathing in specific contexts and deliberately, which is obviously contained in the air. You could go so far as to say that through consciousness we release certain frequencies of energy in the air and benefit from them.
In harmony with the subtle gradual breathing and the harmonizing effects of the vital energy contained in the air. As a result, subtle graded respiration techniques have evolved over time and are of high priority in all spiritual and health-conscious circles.
If we consciously focus our consciousness on our breathing, we can have extremely positive effects. The influence that breathing can have on the chakras also has a long tradition. Therefore, it is understandable that many special techniques have been developed in this field. Now we want to describe a simple method of chakra breathing that is very effective and can be practiced by anyone in the home.
We lie down or sit comfortably and keep our back straight. After a few quiet movements, we begin to breathe calmly and regularly, preferably through the nose. Then we imagine that by inhaling and exhaling we breathe in air and release it through our chakras.
We begin by focusing our attention on the root chakra and imagining that we breathe slowly and slowly. We let the flow of Revanizing Prana flow easily and let it flow smoothly without hurry. We continue for about 3 to 5 minutes, then to the next energy center, the sacred chakra, and we breathe in the same way. So we drive every 3 to 5 minutes to the next center until we reach the crown chakra. It is important that our consciousness always remains with the chakra through which we breathe and that it is not allowed to move away.
Practically everyone who has done this simple exercise feels harmonious and well-balanced but full of energy. Some are completely overwhelmed and we often hear comments like “I feel born again, I am a new person” or “I feel really rejuvenated”. Some people finally feel centered, while others simply feel calm and relaxed. ,
It’s really wonderful what a simple exercise can do! It is truly a source of joy, peace, strength and love, and it is very effective, especially for people who are depressed or feel weak and exhausted. Breathing the chakra allows us to recharge our energy system with a properly aligned power supply.