In the previous segments of this series, we learned how the first three foundational practices of Vishoka Meditation—crocodile pose, sandbag breathing, and nadi shodhana—deepen our connection to the breath and its subtler counterpart, prana (life force energy). In this talk, Shari Friedrichsen relates how the practice of so’ham (pronounced “so hum”) pranayama builds on this foundation and draws us further inward, where we can rest our mind in the experience of the subtle sound of the breath.

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