Added by on August 6, 2013

Yoga Benefits Are in Yoga Breathing – Amazon KIndle book by Dr. Artour Rakhimov about the lost essence and purpose of yoga. Click here: http://www.normalbrea…




  • GetMeThere1 7 years ago

    great points, artour. It seems that modern yoga adherents have sold out their connections to their fundamental knowledge and techniques.

    The crazy thing is that ANY person can do some simple experiments on themselves to see quickly and easily that minimal breathing is healthy–and heavy breathing will make them pass out!

  • MrAnanbu 7 years ago

    this is great i was looking for this

  • iActivityz 7 years ago

    dang cool thanks im gonna try this

  • JohnComing11 7 years ago

    oh so thats how you do it

  • XempTxTerritory 7 years ago

    hmm im still a little confused

  • xXVHDVXx 7 years ago

    u r a life saver

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  • JyeDaze 7 years ago

    i could just marry you

  • MzTasiaBaby 7 years ago

    thank you so much!

  • Bubblecuplover 7 years ago

    woohoo this is great

  • Ostendvillerunner 7 years ago

    thank you so much!!

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  • MrNachtSpion 7 years ago

    really cool, good job!

  • SickleSackCell 7 years ago

    THANK YOU !!!!!!

  • XRGamersGB 7 years ago

    finally someone posts a tut on this, thanks

  • Northcuttjtw 7 years ago

    thanks ;)!

  • C0DxGOD 7 years ago

    very helpful thanks

  • Toby019960 7 years ago

    Thank you for getting right to the point. I Love it.

  • jacvid1 7 years ago

    Useful collection, Artour. Most people believe yoga advocates deep breathing, but the Bhagavad-Gita actually states…
    “The removal of outside stimuli and the suspension of breath within the nostrils controls the mind, and the transcendentalist becomes free from desire, fear and anger, and the one in this state is certainly liberated”
    This apparent contradiction is probably due to the Westernization of yoga – wherein it’s popularity has far exceeded the proficiency of many of it’s teachers.

  • yogayantra Dominique 7 years ago

    not just the westerniztion, I’ve heard that again and again from Indian teachers. REad “Applied Anatomy and Physiology of Hatha Yoga” by Yoga Synergy, and what you find is a deep knowledge of the Buteyko method, though the name is never mentioned. But Simon Borg Olivier and his partner have perfectly understood that pranayama is NOT hyper-ventilation but instead, HYPO-ventilation. And as a yoga teacher, this is what i use for asanas and pranayama

  • Aayam Gupta 7 years ago

    I fully agree with the presentation and would like to add on one more dimension to it- Hyperventilation also increases free acid radicals in blood and that advances/accelerates degeneration and aging.

    Dr. Aayam Gupta

  • Bhaskar Goswami 7 years ago

    Dear Doctor, I was wondering about prana. Yes, the oxygen content in the body may be insigificantly influenced by deep breathing, but what about prana content in the body? Perhaps sick patients breath deeper to benefit from the greater vitality in the body. The inherent wisdom of the body, protecting itself by gathering greater amounts of prana?

  • yogayantra Dominique 7 years ago

    They are not “advanced gurus”. Being famous is not being advanced! Don’t confuse. What is advertisment? It is repeating the same bullshit again and again till people believe it. Bikram claims to be advanced and repeats it again and again. Others too not just him

  • waylonjenninz 7 years ago

    In Bikram, students are taught to breathe normally while performing the postures.

  • Bhaskar Goswami 7 years ago

    It is my understanding that anything that is substantial : atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, organs etc… belong to the annamaya kosha. Prana belongs to the more subtle pranamaya kosha. Is this correct? If so, how can CO2 be prana? Thank you for helping me understand this.

  • Bhaskar Goswami 7 years ago

    It is my understanding that anything that is substantial : atoms, molecules, cells, tissues, organs etc… belong to the annamaya kosha. Prana belongs to the more subtle pranamaya kosha. Is this correct? If so, how can CO2 be prana? Thank you for helping me understand this.

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  • xbigjohnx 7 years ago

    I think you need a little more research. CO2 is both essential and toxic depending on the amount. it is critical in maintaining the proper acid base balance in your blood. if you are too acidic you breath faster to get rid of CO2, if too alkaline then breathing slows down. breathing isn’t driven by the need for O2 unless you have COPD then the body switches to using O2 to influence ventilation rate. the reason people with those illnesses breath more is due to their body becoming too acidic.

  • xbigjohnx 7 years ago

    the SaO2 of 98%-99% is only an indicator of how saturated the red blood cells are not an actual O2 measurement. to get that you have to do an arterial gas test its invasive so they only do it when there is an evident problem.
    I don’t know much about yoga but it seems the point isn’t how you breath as much as being in control of ones own self.

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    I wouldn’t advise anyone to get involved in yoga..
    Its from eastern mystic hindu religion, involving spiritual practices.

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