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Mantra chanting should always be done within the framework of mindfulness and integrated breathing.
We practice classic yoga breathing techniques, such as BastrikaBhastrika primarily consists of forced rapid deep breathing which serves as a basis for many varieties of exercises, all of which may be described by the same name. Although air is forced both in and out, the emphasis is placed upon the expulsion or explosion of air. A series of such expulsions, each following the other in quick succession without either Full or Empty Pause, is called “A Round”. The desired effects range from increased ventilation, increased Blood Circulation, clearing of the Nasal Passages and increased thinking capacity to eliminating of all Mental Disturbances., KapalabatiKapalabhati consists of alternating short, explosive exhales and slightly longer, passive inhales. Exhales are generated by powerful contractions of the lower belly (between the pubis and navel), which push air out of the lungs. Inhales are responses to the release of this contraction, which sucks air back into the lungs.
Kapalbhati helps for the practise of pranayama, it also helps in increasing-concentration. It gives good exercise and massage to all the internal organs of the chest and abdomen. By this action all internal organs work smoothly. Kapalbhati increases the lung capacity and improves the efficiency of gas exchange (O2 and CO2) in the lungs. As Kapalbhati gives good exercise to the diaphragm and whole of the respiratory organs, the yoga practice like asana, pranayama become easy. and KundaliniBreath Of Fire and other pranayama techniques to activate kundalini… Kundalini (Sanskrit kuṇḍalinī, कुण्डलिनी) refers to a concept of shakti or “corporeal energy”, (in modern commentaries also described as an unconscious, instinctive or libidinal force) which is described as lying “coiled” at the base of the spine in certain Yoga Upanishads. breathing as well as unique Balinese breathingSignature and authentic to QI YO and Ecstatic breathing techniques from Sufism, transcendental meditation, Osho and Gurjieff, and breathing used in ancient traditions, such as TaoismTaoism (modernly: Daoism) is a philosophical and religious tradition that emphasizes living in harmony with the Tao (modernly romanized as “Dao”). The term Tao means “way”, “path” or “principle”, and can also be found in Chinese philosophies and religions other than Taoism. In Taoism, however, Tao denotes something that is both the source and the driving force behind everything that exists. It is ultimately ineffable: “The Tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao.”, SufismSufism or taṣawwuf (Arabic: تصوّف) is defined by its adherents as the inner, mystical dimension of Islam. A practitioner of this tradition is generally known as a ṣūfī (صُوفِيّ). They belong to different ṭuruq or “orders”—congregations formed around a master—which meet for spiritual sessions (majalis), in meeting places known as zawiyahs, khanqahs, or tekke. Sufi turuq/orders may trace many of their original precepts from the Islamic Prophet Muhammad through his cousin and son-in-law Ali, with the notable exception of the Naqshbandi who trace their origins through the first Caliph, Abu Bakr. Prominent orders include Ba Alawiyya, Chishti, Khalwati, Naqshbandi, Nimatullahi, Oveyssi, Qadiria Boutshishia, Qadiriyyah, Qalandariyya, Sarwari Qadiri, Shadhiliyya and Suhrawardiyya. and shamanic practicesSignature blend of practices acquired by QI YO from Agung and Ariadnes travels to Peru, New Mexico, Arizona, and Chile..
These breathing techniques are used to awaken the kundalini, unblock energy channels, open chakras and purify and refresh the practitioner. They prepare the practitioner’s energy field and attune his inner vibration to the frequencies appropriate for japaJapa (Sanskrit: जप) is a spiritual discipline involving the meditative repetition of a mantra or name of a divine power. The mantra or name may be spoken softly, enough for the practitioner to hear it, or it may be spoken purely within the recitors mind. Japa may be performed while sitting in a meditation posture, while performing other activities, or as part of formal worship in group settings. The practice of repetitive prayer is present in varied forms within most religions in the world, although the religions of India generally give more emphasis to it as a specific discipline., the chanting of mantrasA mantra (Sanskrit मन्त्र – manas – mind, consciousness, soul + tra, trayate – to free; “liberating the mind, consciousness, soul, atma from repeated birth and death”) is a sanskrit (sometimes – in other languages, especially in buddhism and other religions outside India) sound, syllable, word, or group of words (usually starting with word ॐ (Aum, Om), which is itself the most famous mantra) that is considered capable of “creating transformation” (cf. spiritual transformation). Its use and type varies according to the school and philosophy associated with the mantra. Mantras (Devanāgarī मन्त्र) originated in the Vedic tradition of India, becoming an essential part of the Hindu tradition and a customary practice within Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism..
Specific to the Qi-Yo Multi-Yoga system are ancient Balinese Sandhi MurtiSandhi Murti is an energy-based martial art, originated from Bali, Indonesia. It is also a spiritual way to inner power, based on the oldest hidden knowledge of the East. techniques based on physical action accompanied by mental instructions and breathing. For example, we breathe and, at the same time, repeat mantras, while concentrating on specific energy centers in the body.