We all have been families with Yoga, and most of us would have even participated in the classes back then. Since 2015, we celebrate the International Yoga day on June 21st, which gave Pranayam unique identification Worldwide. People around the world are going back to the ancient techniques which boost positive energy in the body and helping in mental and physical state.
Scientific American published an article which explains breathing exercises can stabilise the heartbeat, and they renamed it as ‘Cardiac Coherence Breathing’ which is our very own Anlom Vilom.
— Scientific American (@sciam) January 27, 2019
Indian wake up with the Tweet as our very own Shashi Tharoor who gave the proper credential to the so-called ‘Cardiac Coherence Breathing.′ Desi Twitter was quick to claim that Anlom Vilom is repackaged and branded a new scientific name to it.
Detailed description of the benefits of the 2500-year-old Indian technique of pranayama, dressed up in 21st c. scientific language as “cardiac coherence breathing”! It’s taking the West a few millennia to learn what our ancients taught us millennia ago, but hey, you’re welcome… https://t.co/LLltRZ3pP5
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) January 29, 2019
Cardiac coherence breathing is the next turmeric latte 🙄 #pranayama
— zibi (@zibijamal) January 29, 2019
Ancient Indian Name – Pranayam
Modern Scientific Name – Cardiac Coherence Breathing?
Ancient Indian Name – Yoga Nidra
Modern Scientific Name – Lucid-Dreaming?
— Rohit Kumar Jha (@blackholesmerge) January 27, 2019
We call in Pranayama in Yoga.
Incredible how Hindu Rishis had this knowledge centuries ago.🙏🙏🙏
Scientists are finding out now only
— Captain Marvel (@masterstuff2) January 27, 2019
It’s called Pranayam . You cannot colonies us now okay
— Kedar Shinde (@kedarshinde7676) January 27, 2019
Huh? It’s not “cardiac coherence breathing.” It’s called Pranayama and it’s been around for a long time in India. Quit stealing Hindu ideas and then renaming them.
— Hindu Americans (@HinduAmericans) January 27, 2019
Probably you just discovered this a few thousands of years after pranayama was.
— Prashant Pansare Entrepreneur (@PrashantPansare) January 27, 2019
1. Steal knowledge from ancient cultures and native traditions
2. Rename it and erase origins
3. Claim it as your invention, attack native traditions as “superstition.”
History of the West. These techniques come from yoga, developed over millennia of research in India.
— Sankrant Sanu सानु (@sankrant) January 28, 2019
This alternate nostrils breathing called Nadi Shodhana is a 5000 years old Yoga science of ancient India which is still practiced today. It balances the major nadis Ida,Pingala,Sushumna & the subtle energy centers or chakras. You’ll probably learn about it in another 5000 years.
— Krishna Khandige🇮🇳 (@KKhandige) January 27, 2019
😅😅😅 #Pranayama – the Ancient yoga wisdom and a symbol of brahminical patriarchy in India is now being approved by scientific American as a anxiety dampener. West continues to copy Indian ancient wisdom and flaunts it as their brainwave
— Antevasin🇮🇳 (@Antevasin10) January 28, 2019
The article on there website have a clear mention of Pranayama.
Recommendations for how to modulate breathing and influence health and mind appeared centuries ago as well. Pranayama (“breath retention”) yoga was the first doctrine to build a theory around respiratory control, holding that controlled breathing was a way to increase longevity.