It’ll get you in touch with the divine force that animates all living beings.
Want to learn how to develop basic breath awareness as well as breath-manipulation techniques that will transform your practice? Join Pranayama 101: Breathing Practices for Vital Energy and Deep Relaxation. In this six-week online course, Tias Little, founder of Prajna Yoga and author of Yoga of the Subtle Body, will help you tap into the power of your breath for optimal mind, body, and spiritual well-being and to open energetic pathways for the flow of prana (life force). Learn more and sign up today!
Getting to know the unique rhythm of your breath takes time, but it’s well worth your attention. After all, the breath animates prana (life force), and uncovering your baseline breath is the first step in starting a lifelong pranayama practice that taps into depths of the subtle body. Here, Tias Little, who leads YJ’s online course, Pranayama 101, shares a simple practice to boost your sensitivity to the breath as well as prana. Grab a bolster and a blanket…
How to Practice Sama Vritti Pranayama (Box Breathing)
Try Sama Vritti Pranayama (Box Breathing) when you’re stressed, anxious, or upset.
Sama Vritti Pranayama is a powerful relaxation tool that can help clear your mind, relax your body, and allow you to focus. The best part? You can do it anywhere. Just find a comfortable seat with your back supported and feet on the floor.
- Close your eyes. Breathe in through your nose, slowly counting to 4. Feel the air filling your lungs.
- Hold your breath here and slowly count to 4 again. Try not to clamp your airways shut. Simply avoid inhaling or exhaling for 4 counts.
- Slowly exhale to the count of 4.
- Hold the exhale for another 4 counts.
- Repeat steps 1–4 for 4 minutes or until you feel calm and centered.
Find other pranayama techniques here.
Tantra 101: A Guided Visualization Practice to Open Your Heart
Envision your heart cne as a blossoming flower in this beautiful meditation from Sally Kempton.
Want to invite more love and bliss into your life? Try tapping into the sacred source that emanates from your heart center. Here, Sally Kempton—who teaches YJ’s upcoming course, Tantra 101—guides you through a simple practice to deepen your divine awareness: A beautiful visualization of your heart as a blossoming flower.
Watch also How Tantra Makes Positive Thinking Actually “Stick”
Want to learn how to tap into your innate power? Join our new online course, Tantra 101: Awaken to Your Most Divine Life, led by meditation teacher Sally Kempton. In six weeks you’ll discover Tantra’s potent teachings and practices, so you can transform every breath, movement, and feeling into a pathway to greater insight and peace. Sign up today!
Feeling Scattered? This Meditation Practice Will Bring More Peace Into Your Life
Do this practice when you want to come back to your true self.
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