Hatha Yoga. Kundzhal Kriya
This technique of purification of the digestive tract from stomach to mouth. It consists in the fact that first drink warm salt water until the stomach becomes full, and then deliberately emit water through the mouth. Maybe some people, this procedure seems somewhat repulsive, but in reality kundzhal Kriya - a very simple practice, and all that is cast through the mouth - is salt water containing impurities from the stomach. Therefore there is no unpleasant taste, odor, or disgust, as is the case with nausea and vomiting. These unpleasant feelings we all find repulsive. Without such factors unacceptable practice Kundzhal Kriyas becomes simple and not unpleasant.
The biggest obstacle in carrying out this practice - your mental picture of what is happening. Try to set aside their prejudices and read the story without bias. Then try again to do a procedure independently, or under the guidance of yoga teachers. If you have personal experience, make sure that everything we said - though you probably will do this Kriya regularly.
Natural whether this process?
Under normal circumstances, vomiting is the latest attempt of the stomach to get rid of evil, overly rich or heavy meals. It is a natural process, but only as a last resort. Deliberately induce vomiting, in some sense, unnatural, but we, like the ancient yogis who created this technique on their own experience and found that it can significantly improve the work of the stomach, which benefits the whole body. If we cared more about his stomach, we would not need to do Kundzhal Kriya, but most of us belong to the stomach with a deplorable negligence. It is in these circumstances, deliberate vomiting becomes extremely useful as a method of removing contaminants, poisons the whole body.
This procedure is known under different names. When the cause vomiting, tickling the back of your throat, it is called kundzhal Kriya, or Vama dhouti. How “kundzhal” and “Vama” means “vomiting,” “Kriya means” practice “and” dhouti “means” to wash “.