We can understand the relevance of marmas and Pratyahara when we consider that marmas are ‘control points’, through which Prana and the various organs of the body can be worked on. Each marma point has various organs, systems, senses, nadis and chakras that it rules over. Through working on that particular marma, we can control or affect these factors in various therapeutic manners.



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