- anus instead of water- The technique is also called 'sushka basti', 'sushka' meaning 'dry'. Jala basti is the practice whereby one sucks water into the anus.
- The word 'jala' means 'water. Jala basti is the practice whereby one sucks water into the anus. It is also called 'vati basti' which also means water.
- Neti Booklet
- (isolation of the right abdominal muscles). Rotational Nauli. (rotation of left & right abdominal muscles).
- Yoga Glossary
- one of the main energy channels running on the left side of the spine from the mooladhara (base) chakra to the ajna chakra in the head. Jala water.
- The Science of Pranayama
- This is not so effective as the Jala-Basti. Technique of Drawing Water into Bowels . Neti.
- P.G. DIPLOMA IN HUMAN CONSCIOUSNESS AND YOGIC
- Importance of Shatkarmas, Vastradhauti, Dand dhauti, Gajkarni, Baghi kriya, Shankh-prakhshalana, Sutra Neti, Jalneti, Jala basti, Pawanbasti,.
- Basti - Yogic Enema
- The word 'jala' means 'water'. Jala basti is the practice whereby one sucks water into the anus. It is also called 'vati basti' which also means water.
- Basti (Hatha Yoga) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Basti is an important part of Shatkarma (sometimes known as Shatkriya), the yogic Jala basti (aka 'Vati basti') cleans the colon by sucking water into the anus.
- * Jala basti - (Yoga): Definition
- Jala basti - Topic:Yoga - Online Encyclopedia. Jala basti. If a river is not available, the practice can be done over a bucket or basin of water.
- Basti enema faeces intestinal canal Sthala Jala shasta karma
- information about Yoga, Basti enema faeces intestinal canal Sthala Dhauti Kriya.
- Hatha Yoga Kriyas-Kunjala Kriya Or Jala Dhauti Part 1 - YouTube
- Nov 24, 2009 Hatha Yoga Kriyas-Kunjala Kriya Or Jala Dhauti Part 1. yogaindailylife 2. DHAUTI 3.
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