Yogic Breath Of Fire For Endurance

This week I’m going to talk about how I start my day.

Getting up in the morning right is the most important thing I do in my day. Let me repeat that. It’s the most important thing I do in my day.

Starting my day well gives me energy, balance and depth.

I’m awake usually pretty early, before the sun rises, and prepare myself to meditate. In order to feel totally alive and awake a full cold shower is next and to withstand the impact I use the yogic Breath of Fire.

You can learn and practice the Breath of Fire by watching this video.

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Breath of Fire will:

  • Help the body release toxins
  • Strengthen the nervous system
  • Expand lung capacity
  • Increase physical endurance.
  • Assist in overcoming addictions
  • Give you energy

I gratefully accept your comments and feedback.

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May there be peace in our hearts.

May there be peace for all humanity.

May there be perfect peace on earth.


Comments

Yogic Breath Of Fire For Endurance — 5 Comments

  1. This looks like Kundalini yoga, is there any chance of raising energy and getting it stuck in closed chakras ?

    Great blog, thank you

    • Hi Jeremie

      Yes, Breath of Fire is a part of the practice of Kundalini Yoga.

      If this breath is practiced properly with equal inhales and exhales it is very safe. Beginners should only do this for a short period only, from 30 seconds to 3 minutes. You can build over time. In the past I have done this breath for up to 1 hour.

      Anyone with a medical condition should seek professional guidance.

      Dev

  2. This is a very interesting activity. For beginners like me how long would you say one should practice this excersize in the morning? Is 3 minutes a good starting point? Or should i work my way up to 3 minutes?

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