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The fruit trees create a perfect atmosphere for practice with breath work. Garden days and the labor of weeding are balanced by the practice of Nadi Shodhana. This practice can foster relaxation of inner energy. To promote a sense of calmness and clarity to the mind. A wonderful practice when you may only have a few to five minutes. The sacred relationship of our mind and body can be brought to balance. Our breath is what gives the body and mind Prana-power to be alive. The tongue is placed just like ujjayi however you are using such force or control in the throat.

To start: Breathing in through both nostrils than close the right, breath out through the left, than inhale on the left nostril. As you exhale switch to the right side, closing left nostril, than breathing in on the right side. You switch when over to the other nostril when you exhale, stay on that side and inhale. Switch on exhale and repeat over several cycles. You may want to start by 12-15 rounds than build up to 21 rounds. Over a period of time you may sit 3-5 minutes with this breathing meditation. Prana is Life Force Energy, you have the power within you to change your mental and emotional vibration through skilled breathing, Pranayama practices. Let me know if you have any questions! Om Shanti! Blessings, Jessa

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