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Uma

Very Nice.

Vasudha Kumar

Very nice, useful article.

Anonymous

Perhaps it's time you start listening to yourself.

Serena Lucchesi

Krishnamacharya describes the cyle of breath as an act of surrender
Inhale and God approaches you
Hold the inhalation an God stays with you
Exhale an you approach God
Hold the exhalation and surrender to God
Aumn

Dylan Barmmer

Ahhhhhh....the Breath.

It's like....Poetry in Motion.

-The Mad Yogi Poet

http://www.elephantjournal.com/2010/05/bref-poetry/

manjinder singh

i live in the hills in the uk,surrounded with green fields and mountains.I do get up early to meditate on a mantra,need yoga to come into my life and need to practice pranayam,but everyone scares me saying its very dangerous as i have a weak digestive system and poor memory and may be suffering from mild depression.please what would you recommend.thanks

shipra sheoran

very good; its provide very helpful, informative

Alec

Thanks. This is very helpful.

kvlxman@yahoo.com

Very nice; informative and practical. It will help one to lead a healthy, happy, and peaceful life!

Lx*

punam

no comment.everydayim cotinue breathing& posses.but ihv carry lot of pimles in my face.iheard pranayma help fr pimples

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