Jai Radhey Pranayam is the integration of Abdominal, Thoracic, and Clavicular Breathing. It is also called Full Yogic Breathing. Full Yogic Breathing is a foundation to the advanced pranayams techniques. It is commenced with Abdominal breathing and continued with the Thoracic and Clavicular breathings.
- Sit in any meditative position, keeping the spine and head erect.
- Inhale (Radhey) slowly and deeply, using the bottom part of the lungs, let the abdomen swell; then use the middle part of the lungs to expand the chest and then finally using the upper portion of the lungs, allow your shoulders and collarbones to move up.
- Now exhale (Krishna) slowly, depressing the shoulders; then your chest and finally relax the abdomen.
- Breathe in and out equally and rhythmically.
- Continue the process for 10-20 rounds.
- It maximizes the intake of oxygen from the atmosphere and expel of carbon dioxide.
- Not only does it work as a tonic for the body, it also purifies the blood.
- It is a great boon for those who have high blood pressure.
- It tranquilizes and stabilizes the mind, and thus easily helps control anger and other mental fluctuations.
- This pranayam can even be done when you feel tired, angry, or anxious so that you can easily overcome these anxieties.
- This Full Yogic Breathing defends us from the impacts of pollution.
- This pranayam also revitalizes the body against the physical fatigue and mental depression.