Preksha Tips
  1. Practice of Perception of bright white color at the center of enlightenment (center of forehead) cures anger from root, pacifies emotional anxieties and gives mental peace, tranquility and bliss.
  2. Practice of Perception of rising sun red color at the center of intuition (in between the eyebrows) awakens intuition, strengthens mental powers, gives innate happiness and leads to spiritual awakening.
  3. The practice of deep breathing cleans the lungs, improves the functioning of the liver and the stomach, widens the Spinal channel and activates the electric currents passing through it. This in trun strengthens the knowledge centers in the brain. 
  4. The aim of sadhana is to divert the energies of the body and the mind towards the knowledge centers and to strengthen and activate them. What happens ordinarily is the opposite of this. The practitioner has to affect an upward flow of these energies through the spinal channel. 
  5. Regular practice of PRANAYAAM (regulated breathing) is an efficient mean of improving the quality of Respiration. It is the process of reinforcing and disciplining the generation of vital energy— PRANA.
  6. Scientific breathing begins with a slow, calm and complete exhalation. Contraction of the abdominal muscles helps to evacuate the lungs by raising the diaphragm. Having emptied the lungs, the next step is to fill it up to the maximum extent.
  7. Breathing through the left nostril activates the right hemisphere of brain and breathing through right activates the left hemisphere. Practice of Alternate breathing helps in development of a balanced personality by balancing the activities of the hemispheres and the nervous system.
How to train the mind
We have drawn a circle around the mind. We do not want to cross this circle. It is not possible to assess the potential of the mind without breaking this cordon. The mind can know the thoughts of other minds also and influence them. It can send and receive messages to and from other minds also.

Do You Know ?
Scientific breathing begins with a slow, calm and complete exhalation. Contraction of the abdominal muscles helps to evacuate the lungs by raising the diaphragm. Having emptied the lungs, the next step is to fill it up to the maximum extent.

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