Post By: Vishwanath Iyer Published on: December 26, 2016 Reading time: 3 minutes
Firstly, bhramarī-prāṇāyāma is a form of diaphragmatic breathing where the fingers are pressed against the sinuses, to open the septum and other energy channels or nādi.
Significantly, in bhramarī-prāṇāyāma, during inhalation and exhaling, the epiglottis is constricted to make a buzzing sound which sounds like simulated snoring and sounds like a bee.
Perform bhramarī without holding the fingers along the nose. Perform bhramar-dhwani (humming sound) on inhalation only.
Include kumbhaka (holding) in the bhramarī process.
Bhramarī– Inhale forcefully, making a sound like the hum of a bee, exhale slowly making the same sound. This practice brings indescribable ecstasy to yogis.