Stage progressive suction

In this stage a greater amount of water (or air) is drawn into the colon in order to bring about the best possible wash. The method is the same as stage 1 except that water (or air) is progressively drawn in with successive practice of madhyama nauli. The method is as follows: Take the same body pose as stage 1. Suck in water (or air) in the same manner as described for stage 1.

When you have drawn in the maximum amount of water release madhyama nauli and breathe out. Hold the water inside by slightly tightening the anal sphincters.

Let your breathing and heart rate return to normal.

Then breathe out deeply again. Do madhyama nauli and suck in more water (or air).

Draw in as much water as you can.

Then relax madhyama nauli and breathe out.

Retain the water inside.

Breathe normally for a short duration.

Then again repeat madhyama nauli and draw in more water.

Relax and breathe out. Retain the water inside.

Repeat the process until the colon is as full as possible.

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