Should I do pranayama when nose blocked?

Dear AD,

I am living in Bangalore and have problem with Sinus. I sneeze quite often (especially during monsoon and colder months). Which Asana can help me with this? Should I do pranayama when one of my nose is blocked because of Sinus?

Thanks
Rohit

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Beloved Rohit,

Shivoham!

Sinusitis or not,  pranayama shouldn’t be done without completing Nadi-Shodhana. However even Nadishodhana practice would require sufficiently free passage for air through the nostrils and sinus like condition would be required to be healed to some extent before trying it. You may also try jogging for few minutes before attempting any breathing exercise, improved blood circulation sometimes helps in de-congesting your nasal cavity.

You should do Jal-Neti with lukewarm water (mixed with little common salt) regularly, it shall be help you. In asanas you can give start pashchimottaan asana and sarvaangasana. These asanas have powerful healing effect on nasal congestion.

Relaxation in nature, sunbath shall be calming. If you would have been initiated in Tattva Shakti Vigyaan then I would have recommended connecting with Fire-Element – It has miraculous healing effect in many such ailments. Ensure disciplined diet and avoid sleeping during the day.

Blessings from Masters

– Ach. Agyaatdarshan Anand Nath

About Ach. Agyaatdarshan Anand Nath

Master AD, as Acharya Agyaatdarshan Anand Nath is lovingly called by his disciples, friends is a true Tantra Master. You can either love him or hate him but for sure you can NOT ignore him. He and his beloved consort Ma Shakti Devpriya Anand Nath are engaged in spreading scientific spirituality in masses through their Tattva Shakti Vigyaan initiation camps. Master AD has equal command on Yoga, Pranamaya, Tantra and Kriya Yoga techniques and guides seekers worldwide.
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