I suggest to refer to the first post for instructions on how to follow the “Breath of Fire”. Be aware that as an individual always keep expanding in every aspect of one own life; you never stop learning and expanding.
The Breathe Of Fire
“The breath of fire is a Kundalini yoga technique. It is a powerfully energizing breath that gets the little neurons in your brain humming as it clears your lungs and cleanses your blood. The breath of fire is aptly named. I usually feel a lot of heat spreading out from the center of my body when I do this breath. This rapid, continuous breath is done entirely through the nose. It can be done in any position, but it’s best learned standing or sitting up with a straight spine. The emphasis of this breath is on the exhale.” I personally enjoy this breath more than the others; while jogging this could really wake you up.
- “Exhale. As you exhale, push the air out by rapidly pulling your navel to your spine.”
- “To inhale, simply release your navel outward. The breath fills your lungs automatically.”
- Put your hand on your diaphragm to focus your attention there and to feel the power of this breathe.”
- “Begin with one breath every two seconds; work up to one or two breaths per second.”
Requires a little practice, but I could honestly say it is worth it. The only conflicting part is to consciously do it while having intercourse.
The Heart Breath
- “Yawn. Feel how the yawn opens the back of your throat and stretches out your whole mouth and face? That’s the feeling of the openness you want when you do the heart breath.”
- “Breath. Let your mouth fall open slightly. Relax your jaw and face, open the back of your throat, and breath in through your mouth, gently but fully.”
- “Exhale. Don’t push the breath out; just let it fall out with a gentle little sigh,ahh.”
- “Take in a much air as you can, as effortlessly as you can, then let it go.”
Practice the breath till you get remember them and incorporate them into intercourse or masturbation and feel the difference. Remember it does not have to be perfect; just jump in and do it.
Carrellas, Barbara. Urban Tantra: Sacred Sex for the Twenty-first Century. Celestial Arts, 2007