If you want to sharpen your focus, improve your concentration, balance body and mind and develop one-pointedness, you should start by practising Nadi Shodana.
With Nadi Shodana we cleanse our Nadis. Nadis are energy-channels transporting our Prana, the life-energy. There are thousands of Nadis pervading our body, reaching each organ, each muscle, each string etc. to nourish these parts with energy.
In Nadi Shodana we focus on the main Nadis called Ida and Pingala. Those Nadis represent opposite sides: Pingala is the warmth and energy, the masculine side. Ida stands for the feminine, the colling effect and strength.
Nadi Shodana sharpens your focus, brings back and supports your mental and physical balance and calms you down, resulting in one-pointedness.
In this course you learn three variations of Nadi Shodana. There’s a lesson for each of the variations, explaining what each excercise stands for and how it will support you on a physical and mental level. The last lesson shows you how these three variations of Nadi Shodana work together and you will experience a positive effect right away.