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This five-step process is one cycle of pranic breathing. At the outset of your practice, try to do two or three sets of ten cycles daily. Take a minute or two between sets initially; then shorten the length of your rest time as you progress. With practice, you won’t need to consciously count off the rhythm in your mind. You can begin by using one second per count; however, the length of the counts is not as important as main¬taining the ratio and the steady pace. As you progress, you may find that your heartbeat is an effective pacing mechanism, too. If you’re prone to anxiety, this will also help you reduce your heart rate.

Master Stephen CoMaster Co is co-author with Eric Robins, M.D. of the new book The Power of Prana: Breathe Your Way to Health and Vitality (July 2011). Master Co is a Certified Pranic Energy Healer and has taught energy healing and vitality-boosting techniques to thousands of people in North America, Europe and Asia.Author Bio: Master Co is a Certified Pranic Energy Healer and has taught energy healing and vitality-boosting techniques to thousands of people in North America, Europe and Asia.

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