1) Do pranic breathing. Inhale slowly and concentrate on the affected chakra. Visualize the chakra drawing in or inhaling fresh prana. Hold your breath for a few seconds and visualize the prana being assimilated. Exhale slowly and visualize the chakra throwing out or exhaling the grayish dirty matter. Hold your breath for a few seconds and visualize the chakra becoming brighter and healthier. Repeat the process four times.
2) Do pranic breathing. Inhale slowly and concentrate on the affected organ. Visualize the chakra and the organ inhaling or drawing in prana. Visualize the prana as passing through the chakra, then to the affected organ. Hold your breath for a few seconds and visualize the chakra and the affected organ becoming brighter. Exhale slowly and visualize the grayish dirty matter being thrown out by the affected organ through the chakra. Hold your breath for a few seconds and visualize the chakra and the affected organ becoming brighter. Repeat the process until there is substantial relief. This technique is called chakral breathing.
Instead of exhaling slowly, the exhalation can be done forcefully and quickly with or without accompanied shouting. The exhalation is done through the mouth. Simultaneously, visualize the grayish diseased matter being thrown out of the affected organ through the chakra.
If you feel heaviness or pranic congestion on the chakra and in its organ or organs after doing chakral breathing, just inhale without willing prana to go into the chakra and its corresponding organ or organs. Exhale and visualize prana going out of the chakra and its corresponding organ or organs. Visualize the chakra becoming duller. Continue doing this until the condition normalizes.
Chakral breathing technique is very potent, and the relief is usually immediate for simple ailments. Overdoing the chakral breathing technique may result in pranic congestion in the chakra and its corresponding organs. Overdoing it for a prolonged period oftime will result in physical and psychological ailments. The negative effect or effects are usually not felt immediately but are usually felt only after a few hours or after a day. This is just like having a big overdose of a potent drug. Chakral breathing should be practiced with moderation.
Caution should be taken when doing chakral breathing on the head chakras, heart chakra and eye chakras since their corresponding organs are quite delicate and could easily be congested. Chakral breathing should preferably not be done on the meng mein chakra, basic chakra and spleen chakra unless supervised by a competent teacher. Doing chakral breathing on these three chakras may result in severe pranic congestion in the entire body which may manifest as weakening of the body, high blood pressure or allergy throughout the body.
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