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Steps of Nadishodhan

  • 1-PURAK –that is UFNB (inspiration)
  • ANTARKUMBHAK – that is holding the breath inside
  • RECHAK – that is slow expiration
  • BAHYA KUMBHAK – that is holding the breath outside
  • The simultaneous use of various bandhas is a must for good effect Should be learnt from expert.

Benefits of Nadishodhan Pranayam

The exercise produces optimum functions in both sides of the brain that is optimum creativity and optimum logical verbal activity. This also creates a more balanced person. Since both halves of the brain are functioning optimally.

It leads to clarity of thinking.  The yogis consider this exercise as the best to calm the mind and the nervous system as a part of stress management.


In yogic terms ,it is a corporeal energy, an unconscious, instinctive or libidinal force which lies coiled at the base of the spine.It is difficult to define it in modern medical terms. Carl Jung’s seminar on kundalini yoga presented to the psychological club in Zurich in1932 is regarded as a milestone in the psychological understanding of eastern thinking. It was a model for him for the development of higher consciousness. In my opinion it is a state of deep and pleasurable relaxation with perhaps a thoughtless mind As per this Indian wisdom it is advisable to do nadishodhan pranayam at least twice a day for at least 10 minuets to prevent stress related psychosomatic illnesses.

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