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- Bhramari Pranayama: Steps to perform Humming Bee breathing technique and its
- The asana of the day is Bhramari Pranayama also known as the Humming bee breathing technique. It is very effective breathing exercise to instantly calm your mind.
- Benefits Of Bhramari Pranayama
- In this article we shall talk in detail on how to do Bhramari Pranayam and the benefits of Bhramari Pranayam. Bhramari pranayam is the breathing exercise where the body makes vibrating sounds which are like the humming sounds made by honey bees.
- Purifying Your Body and Mind: An Organic Yoga Detox
- First, if you are reading this blog, you have taken the form of a human being; karmically speaking, this precious human life we've been given is very hard to come by. As human beings, we grow and develop outward--engaging with the phenomenal world via ...
- Yogic sound to stay stress-free
- The vibrations of the sounds (such as aaa, eee, ooo) create a soothing effect on the mind and nervous system and attune the practitioners with their true nature. Research has shown that Bhramari Pranayama (humming bee breath) has a strong tendency of ...
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