Care For Long Sight
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Steps to be followed:
- PADMA ASANA
- KOORMA KUMBHAKA
- SAMA KUMBHAKA
1. PADMA ASANA
HATHA PRADEEPIKAA, UPADESHA 2, VERSES 31 TO 33 (More)
Uththanau Charanau Kruthvaa Ooru-Samsthau Prayathnathaha |
Oorumadhye Thathoththaanau Paanee Kruthvaa Thatho Drushau ||2.31||
Drushtim vinyasya naasaagre Dantamoolam cha jihvayaa |
Uttapya chibukam vakshas Yuttaapya bhavanam shanaihi ||2.32||
Idham Padmaasanam Proktham Sarva-Vyaadhi-Vinaashanam |
Durlabham yena kenapi Dheemataa labhyate bhuvi ||2.33||
One should with effort place the feet on the thighs, and place the upward-facing palms on the thighs.
Concentrating on the tip of the nose, keep the tongue pressed on the upper teeth, press the chin on your chest, push the air slowly upward, that is slowly pull the prana upward.
This asana called as Padmaasana destroys all diseases, filled with power. Though difficult to be obtained by everyone, some intelligent people learn it.
- Place the right foot on the left thigh
- Now place the left foot on the right thigh
- Place the hands between the thighs with the palms facing upwards
- Concentrating on the tip of the nose, keep the tongue pressed on the upper teeth
- Press the chin on your chest, push the air slowly upward
- Exhale slowly
- Do this 3 times and release the chin on your chest and tongue pressed on the upper teeth
IN PADMA ASANA, NEXT-
2. KOORMA KUMBHAKA
KUMBHAKA PADDHATHI, VERSE 79 (More)
Nimeelon’meelane Thyakthvaa Peete Kaashtam Iva Sthithihi |
Nethrayoshcha Shareerasya Koormakumbhas-Sa Uchyathe ||79||
When the blinking of the eyes are controlled and one becomes perfectly steady in an asana like a log of wood and devoid of movements of the eyes and the body, it is called Kurma Kumbhaka.
- Fix your sight at one point
- Do not blink your eyes
- Do not allow your eye balls to move
- Do not move your body
- When you stare at one point continuously, automatically your breathing will stop
- When you cannot hold anymore, exhale slowly and relax
- Then start again
- Do this for 21 minutes
IN PADMA ASANA, NEXT-
3. SAMA KUMBHAKA
KUMBHAKA PADDHATI, VERSE 99 (More)
Aarekapooraa-Manasaa Naabhyaadhaashugam Dhruthihi |
Samaha Kumbho Bhagavathaa Prokthaha ShreeChandramoulinaa ||99||
Mentally holding the breath in places like navel without actually inhaling and exhaling is called Sama Kumbhaka by Sri Chandramouli Shiva.
- Stop inhaling and exhaling
- Close your eyes and bring your awareness to the eye balls
- Mentally hold the breath in eyes as long as you can (do not use your fingers)
- When you cannot hold anymore, relax and then repeat the process 21 times with closed eyes
END OF KRIYA