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Monday, March 18, 2013
Pranayama In Thai Magic
breath or Pranayama techniques is also widely employed in Thai magic by the
arjarn or lersi. Pranayama is normally used in conjunction with Vipassana and
Ruesi Dutton (Thai Yoga). Although mastering breathing techniques are
important, it is generally ignored by general folks who are more attracted to
Kumantong or Nam Man Prai Oil.
once told me air is the prime mover of heart. If a person can control
breathing, then he can control the body movement. He, who controls the breath,
controls the heart. Hence he also controls his mind and subsequently refrains
from creating karma and void of being rebirth.
If a person’s
body is adjusted to its optimum condition using yogic postures, then all of the
72,000 body Nadis can also be controlled. When the Nadis are put under
controlled, and then the movement of air can also be controlled. Once the air
and breathing can be controlled, then there is no need to seek Samadhi further.
breathing is also of much importance in Thai magical practices. It is said that
if a person performs a continuous 72,000 breathings during meditation, then all
his past karmic energy can be released and this body will be free from any past
and present karmic bondage.
technique can also be used to improve relationships between friends, parents
and spouse. One has only to imagine the blessing of the Buddha entering one’s
nose trails when inhaling, then during exhaling; only to imagine the golden
light of the Buddha encircling the target. It is believed in doing so; the
target will change his or her attitude towards this person. The same technique
can be used to defeat enemy or conjure spirits: first imagine inhaling the
golden energy of the Buddha then releasing the energy to the target upon
breathing techniques are very useful when a hermit or lersi performs meditation
in a forest alone because of its simplicity and also no need to memorize
lengthy mantras or the need to carry any amulets.