I have always wondered what it would be like to inhale the same quality of air as a yogi living on a mountaintop somewhere in the Himalayas. I like to imagine sitting up there on the grass with my legs crossed in lotus style, as I experienced perfectly serene breath, inhaling 100% purity with each molecule of oxygen.
If you’re anything like me, you’d prefer to inhale the same quality of air too.
But alas, most of us are ordinary people, living in cities with lots of pollution, suburban areas with lots of pollination, and households with pet dander.
And it can be very difficult to meditate when your nostrils are blocked or runny due to these allergens and pollutants.
That’s why I want to take a few moments here to talk about an important internal cleansing exercise that will rinse your sinuses of all impurities and serve as a great preparation for meditation — it’s called neti…Read More