There are four Bhedas (puncturing of divisions) viz., Surya, Ujjayi, Sitali, and Basti. Through these four ways, when Kumbhaka is close or going to be played out, the pure Yogi ought to hone the three Bandhas.
1.The first is called Mula Bandha.
2.The second is called Uddiyana, and
3.The third is Jalandhara.
❖ Apana which has a descending inclination is constrained up by contracting and drawing the anus upwards. This procedure is called Mula Bandha. At the point when Apana is raised up and achieves the circle of Agni (fire), then the fire of Agni becomes long, being blown about by Vayu. The Agni and Apana come to or mix together with Prana in a warmed state. Through this Agni, which is extremely blazing emerges in the body the flaring of flame which rouses the dozing Kundalini. At that point, the Kundalini makes a murmuring clamor, gets to be erect like a serpent beaten with a stick and goes into the opening of Brahmanadi (Sushumna). In this manner, Yogins ought to day by day hone Mula Bandha.
- Apana is the prana vayu that includes the descending and outward stream of vitality from the body. Apana vayu oversees the outward stream of vitality on the breath, with digestive end, and with feminine cycle.
- The stream of Prana-Vayu is inwards and upward. It sustains the cerebrum and the eyes and administers gathering for goodness’ sake: nourishment, air, detects, and considerations.
- Kumbhaka is the pause between an inhale and exhale.