Definition of prana in English:
Breath, considered as a life-giving force.
- The second group intends to attain knowledge more gradually by the worship of prana, the life breath.
- Thus, the fixation of awareness to the body is replaced with awareness linked with subtler aspects of prana and spiritual dimensions.
- In its more advanced forms pranayama is actual control of prana; for beginners it is literally controlling the breath.
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