Experience the impact of 432Hz Oṃ sound synchronized with ujjāyī breathing. Quietening the mind and subtle energization can be effected by exhale and hold (pause) followed by inhale and hold (pause).
An 12 second exhalation is to be synchronized with the meditation bowl sound transitioning smoothly into a 6 second pause when there is no-sound (dead space). Similarly an 12 second inhalation can be synchronized with the Oṃ chanting transitioning smoothly into the pause after the Oṃ sound fades into the no-sound pause phase. These dead space pauses signify the suspension of the breath. Herein the suspension imply the pause during the hold.
Here the rhythm is 12+6 exhale followed by 12+6 inhale synchronized with the stroke of the bowl sound followed by the Oṃ sound. The transition to the pause or hold (suspension) should be very smooth without any extra effort.
Control the ujjāyī exhalation by contracting the core inward toward the spinal column. The core is referenced to be in front of your bladder five fingers (your own) below the belly button. At the end of the exhalation synchronized with Oṃ bell sound, feel the tightness in the lower belly during the suspension. This exhalation and the suspension of breathing should be a singular smooth effort.
Control the ujjāyī inhalation by distending the core outward in front of the bladder. At the end of the inhalation synchronized with Oṃ chanting, feel the downward thrust on pelvic floor during the suspension. This inhalation and the suspension of breathing should be a singular smooth effort.
This synchronization of correct ujjāyī breathing with the Oṃ frequencies corresponding to 432Hz have been known to increase oxygenation. Please use good speakers or high quality headphones when listening and meditating.