Stare intently at the inner-image.
Then you have to be simultaneously aware of your breath.
As you breathe in you should imagine that the flow of air is moving from the eyebrow centre backwards to the back of the head. At the same time be aware of the sound of the breath caused by ujjayi pranayama. As you breathe out you must try to feel that the air is moving forwards from the back of the head to the eyebrow centre. Furthermore, you have to imagine and feel that the image is moving backwards and forwards.
As you inhale, feel the sound and backward movement of the breath and also the image being almost pulled backwards.
Then you exhale; be aware of the sound and the foiward motion of the breath while feeling that the image is being almost pushed forwards.
Try to do this with every breath.
At first it is difficult, but with practice it becomes easier and easier.
Eventually one feels in a sense that it is perfectly natural for the breath to move to and fro in the head.
Carry on in this manner for at least 10 minutes or more.
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