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Published on Aug 8, 2012
Annie Carpenter describes a beautiful form of Pranayama for us in this video. Prana is usually translated to mean breath, but it is also vitality or the life force that courses through us. Yama is generally translated as control or mastery. One form of pranayama, or breath mastery, is Durga breath. The Goddess Durga is sometimes thought of as the female counterpart to Ganesha... she clears obstacles, but first brings them up so that they can be identified. Annie explains the Durga breath practice... watch and learn! www.AnnieCarpenter.com
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