Kapalbhati is a practice which can help you to refresh, reset and rejuvenate in your daily life. The word Kapal is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘forehead’ and bhati meaning ‘shining’.
It is a hustle to keep yourself and your brain sane in today’s messy and fast-paced world. It is just not the stress from work that makes us burned out but the smallest things in life such as choosing what to wear, or making a right and healthy eating choices on a daily basis.
Kapalbhati helps you to increase your intellect by focusing on your breath. It helps to clean the foggy brain and helps it to be more calm and composed when it comes to making small but important decisions on a day to day basis.
There is no better way to balance and fuel the trinities of life i.e. mind, body, and soul. Breathing exercises or have been an important part of ancient Indian culture in the form of yoga from the past 5,000, the oldest natural science.
Stress and anxiety are the two terms that have dominated the major part of our daily life. Kapalbhati is the best form of rejuvenation when it comes to pressing the reset button on life.
The regular practice of Kapalbhati helps your body to absorb more fresh air daily basis and helps to improve the blood circulation within the body.
Good blood circulation, especially in your brain helps to focus more and perform better in your daily life.
To conclude it all, Kapalbhati is a proven way of rejuvenating your body and getting rid of daily stress and anxiety.
Our bodies need a daily escape towards relief and relaxation and having a daily dose of kapalbhati can significantly help you increase your concentration and improve your body functioning in your daily life.
Though it is an advanced breathing technique but regular practice can help you to get better at it.
It is a practice that can be easily practiced at home and a lot about this pranayama can be found on the internet as it is one of the best and most practiced pranayama of all due to its various benefits.
Sushant is Meditation & Philosophy Teacher and Academic Director at Rishikesh Yogis. Sushant carries long years of experience teaching practical as well as philosophical aspects of Kundalini yoga, Kriya yoga, Hatha Yoga and Tantra philosophy.