Aim Of Pranayama

As per the above shloka from Patanjali Yoga Sutra, by practicing Pranayama the ability to perceive, to know the reality is intensified. The mind is trained and made capable for the process of dharana. Since the mind becomes steady and peaceful after the practice of Pranayama, it becomes suitable and capable to concentrate on a particular object. Such ‘one-pointedness’ or ‘ekagrata’ is a pre-requisite for dharana. To know more read:

http://www.indianetzone.com/43/aim_pranayama.htm

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