If you struggle with stress and are looking for an easy and effective way to let stress go, then you’re in the right place. Learn how to overcome stress with Nadi Shodhana Pranayama and create deep relaxation.
Who would have thought that you could change the way you feel in a matter of minutes with the power of your breath.
Just by focusing on your breath and taking a moment to slow your breath down, you can reduce stress and anxiety fast. All it takes is you choosing to STOP and take a moment to simply breath deeply.
The great yogis understood the science behind the breath and how it’s directly linked to your mind and affects the way you feel.
Your mind follows your breath. If you are breathing rapidly, staggered and shallow, then your mind will be scattered, confused and anxious.
If your breath is slow, steady and deep, your mind becomes stable, calm and clear.
Due to the yogis understanding of this, they created the science of Pranayama. The science of controlling the breath to increase the flow of prana or life force through the body.
By learning to control your breath in certain ways, you are able to improve the flow of prana through your body, helping to improve your health and change the way you think and feel.
Nadhi Shodhana Pranayama is one yogic breathing techqniue that helps to reduce stress and anxiety. It creates clarity, calmness and increases your energy, balancing the right and left hemispheres of the brain.
Nadhi Shodhana Pranayama is my go to pranayama as it’s simple to do making it great for beginners.
So if you are ready to learn how to overcome stress with Nadi Shodhana Pranayama, then watch the video below to get started.
Now it’s over to you…
Practice Nadi Shodhana Pranayama from anywhere from a few rounds to a few minutes. You can practice it as a stand alone practice, even turing it into a meditation.
Or you can enjoy it as a practice before your meditation. When you practice a pranayama before your meditation, you will notice your mind is able to relax more easily and your meditation will be deeper.
I highly recommend you give this pranayama a try and start using it as a practice before your meditation.
Make sure you leave a comment below to let me know how your experience was with learning this powerful pranayama.