Benefits Of Yoga Breathing

Inhaling through the cornet.

Again roll your tongue to a cornet shape, breath in through the rolled up tongue and then breath out again with closed mouth through the nose.

F eeling the tooth channel:

Probe your gums with the tip of the tongue with closed mouth, first the top, then the bottom channel between the teeth and the wall of the mouth the relax again. A Tip of the tongue towards the upper palate:

With the tip of the tongue on the upper palate breath easily in and out. Whilst you are doing this you can additionally collect yourself in your centre like the Chinese do it.

Circling the tooth channel or churning the ocean:

With the mouth closed let the tongue perform circling motions in the outer upper and lower tooth channel roughly 20-40 times, whereby the tongue touches the outer gums on the top right and bottom left. Then perform the exercise in the reverse direction.

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The saliva production is hereby strongly stimulated, which in turn promotes the gastro-intestinal activity. The collected saliva is used to rinse the mouth and is then swallowed in small portions. In ancients works the red dragon exercise, or saliva production exercise from Chinese breathing therapy is also called the churning of the ocean (Chiao-hai, 15, P. 98. ). Denture wearers should be especially cautious with this exercise!

Ear probing from inside the mouth cavity:

With closed mouth probe with the tip of the tongue in the direction of the right ear, like as if you could drill into the ear canals. Relax, allow the aftereffects to take place, then probe towards the left ear.

Probing the head cavities:

Then work towards the eye sockets, the nasal cavities, the frontal sinus cavities, first on the right, then after a pause towards the left. This exercise can be continued as much as you like. It has an astonishing effect. Observe it whilst you are doing it yourself! Through this probing and sensing the cavities in your head progressively become more ventilated, permeable and decongested. What may also be the case is that they are initially still too impermeable and that you feel pressure or other changes in the head area. Do not allow yourself to be discouraged, continue to practice regularly and success will be on your side.

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