prana teriminin ngilizce Trke szlkte anlam

breath of lifehayatn nefesibreath of life(Konuma Dili) yaama nedenibreath of life(Konuma Dili) yaama enerjisibreath of life(Konuma Dili) yaamn ekmei-suyubreath of life(Konuma Dili) yaamn nedeni

prana teriminin Trke Trke szlkte anlam

Evrensel enerji

prana teriminin ngilizce ngilizce szlkte anlam

Life-breath, life principle, or life force in Hindu teachingsLife force energy; essence of life; energy of the atom, primarily carried by the inhale breath("life") (i) The life force sustaining the body; (ii) the breath as the external manifestation of the life force See also Heart of Yoga, Chapter 6Life force, energy (pranic is the adjective)breath of lifelife-breath, life principle, or life force in Hindu teachingBreath, life, light, universal energy(Sanskrit word meaning "life"): life-force or breath; one of the five main pranas (vital energies), responsible for absorptionLife-force Pranayama: Life-force controlLife-breath; the vital force of the body and the universe which sustains life and is the power of animation Also the exhaling,descent aspect of the prana-shaktiThe vital breath which sustains life in a physical body; the primal energy or force, of which other forces are manifestations In the books of Yoga, the prana is described as having five modifications, according to its five bodily functions: prana (which controls the breath), apana (which carries down unassimilated food and drink), vyana (which pervades the entire body), udana (by which the contents of the stomach are ejected through the mouth and the soul, at death, is conducted from the body) and samana (which carries nutrition throughout the body) Prana (with capital P) is also a name of Saguna Brahman, or Brahman with attributeslife breath; vital force of the body and the universe, which sustains life and is the power of animation(Skt , = Tib lung) "Breath"; substance which circulates around the SUBTLE BODY A similar concept to the Chinese qithe life force that operates the sensory, motor, and physiological mechanisms of the body When this current is completely withdrawn, the body dies Partial withdrawal of the life force from the muscles results in relaxation; greater withdrawal, numbness and anesthesia; profound withdrawal, paralysis and immobility; full withdrawal, deathbreath or life-forceSanskrit term for universal energy; used in yoga (pranayama) See also life force, biofield, chi