Three Fundamentals To Focus
The universal technique of Nitaai Breathing is based on three important things – Mind, Body and Breathing. Thus, when you start practising Nitaai Breathing, you should remember these three basic aspects of your being.
While this is a list of things you should keep in mind, the list is not exclusive. If you don’t have time or place to follow a specific part of the technique, it is completely alright. The practising of Nitaai Sound is more important than anything else.
The first thing to remember, if you are jumping into the discipline of Nitaai Breathing, is to make sure you are open-minded and accepting. Try to practice this sound from an understanding of acceptance. Don’t try to judge or have an opinion.
Don’t try to relate it to other forms of yoga. The problem is not that you should not make connections. The problem is that you might create a wrong one. You may relate a completely different aspect of another discipline and make it a part of Nitaai Breathing.
An Open Minded Approach
The aim of Nitaai Breathing is completely secular. You might be coming from a specific spiritual background and having thoughts about whether you could practice it or not. If you come to Nitaai Breathing with a clear mind, you will understand that it is not only secular but accepts everyone from everywhere. You could be in India or Canada or the United States or someplace in Africa. You will have complete access to the technique of Nitaai Breathing without any compulsion or secrecy.
The next important thing to remember is your physiology – your body. Nitaai Sound activates your solar plexus and starts producing positive vibrations near your navel area, spreading it to the other parts of your body. The reason you feel better after 5-10 minutes of practice is because the pure vibrations of Nitaai Sound takes over your body. They influence your system at a cellular level. Negative vibrations get released.
The third is breathing. Breath is the cord that connects your mind and body with the cosmic energy. Some cultures call it prana. Some call it Chi. But in simple words, it is cosmic energy. The human body is a divine machinery that uses this cosmic energy to function. But you shouldn’t fall into the vagueness of the idea.
Don’t Compromise on Your Breaths
Breathing deep is a very important step in Nitaai Breathing. With Nitaai Breathing, you get to practice the connection between all three. With deep breathing process, you connect the mind with the body and merge them into a single process through the channel of sound and vibration. That is also the reason it is a form of yoga. You are uniting your mind and body together to achieve harmony between the two. You are looking out for mindfulness and calmness in your body.
The three most important things to remember when you are beginning the practice of Nitaai Breathing is open-mindedness, your physiology and your breathing patterns.
If you can take care of these three things, the only thing that remains is the sound itself – The sound of Nitaai. And it won’t take long before you start living a life that is free from stress, anxiety, boredom or loneliness.