At first you should not do too many rounds. If you are trying to master madhyama nauli then five or six rounds is more than sufficient at first. With practice you can do a maximum of about ten rounds If you are trying to master vama and dakshina nauli then three to five rounds each is sufficient. Do not strain under any circumstances. You must pay attention to your body and stop if you feel even a little tired.


1 For further details on the shatkarmas refer to Book I, Lesson 1, Topic 2

2 Sutra neti - Book I, Lesson 10, Topic 3 Trataka: stage 1 - Book I, Lesson 8, Topic 6; stage 2 - Book I, Lesson 9, Topic 6; stage 3 -Book I, Lesson 10, Topic 7

3 Book III, Lesson 29, Topic 2

4 Book I, Lesson 6, Topic 2

5 Book II, Lesson 18, Topic 3

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