Nadi

[yoga] The word `nadi` is pronounced as `naRdi`, with R+d loosely pronounced together (the effort is made by the tip of the tongue; it curls up, pointing backwards, then springs forward to lie flat). In normal biological reference, a nadi can be translated into `nerve` in English. However, in yogic, and specifically in Kundalini yoga refere...
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Nadi

A channel in the subtle body through which prana and kundalini flow. The channels loosely correspond to the central, sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. Nadi also refers to the normal veins and arteries of the physical body.
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Nadi

energy channels in the body, similar to the meridians in acupuncture
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Nadi

Energy channels in the body, similar to the meridians in acupuncture.
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Nadi

passage, channel, method.
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nadi

See ENERGY CHANNEL.
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