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Acolyte +Vayu Breakdown


Acolyte +Vayu Breakdown

The specific prana or energy that pervades and sustains each human body through five currents or functions: Prana current performs the function of crystallization; vyana current, circulation; samana current, assimilation; udana current, metabolism; and apana current, elimination.


The benefits of prana


When it comes to our overall health and well-being, there is perhaps no greater predictor than the amount of prana, or life force, coursing through our bodies. Those with higher levels of prana tend to enjoy better health, more vitality, and greater creativity, while those with lower levels may suffer from more chronic illnesses, fatigue, and mental fog.


So what exactly is prana and how can we increase our levels of it?


Prana is the energy that animates all of creation. It is the same energy that we refer to as “qi” in Chinese Medicine, “ki” in Japanese, and “breath” in many spiritual traditions. We can think of it as the very life force itself.


Prana flows through us in a number of ways. We take in prana through the air we breathe, the food we eat, and the water we drink. Sunlight is also a major source of prana, as are certain sounds and smells. We can also absorb prana from other people, animals, and even plants.


There are a number of ways to increase our levels of prana. Regular exercise is one of the best, as it helps to circulate prana throughout the body. Meditation and other forms of relaxation are also beneficial, as they help to still the mind and allow the body to receive more prana.


Prana is also affected by our thoughts and emotions. Positive thinking and feeling happy emotions will help to increase our prana, while negative thinking and feeling stressed or anxious will decrease it.


So, if you’re looking to improve your health and well-being, increasing your levels of prana is a good place to start. By taking care of your body and mind and filling them with positive energy, you can enjoy a higher quality of life, both physically and mentally.


In this lesson I have included a print out of the breakdowns of each Vayu & their correspondences.


 

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