• Sri Kalki Peedum Society

    Sri Kalki Peedum Society was first officially formed on 22nd July 1998 in Singapore. We are a non-profit registered society. Our Mission is to guide and foster people in spiritual upgrading by regularly conducting Bhajans, Japas, Meditation, Bhagavad-Gita classes.We also do our part for the society by helping the needy through the Food Relief Service program

  • Food Relief Servive

    Food Relief Service (FRS) was officially formed on 27th December 2009 to help people in poverty. Our aim is to gather anyone with a good heart to come under one-roof to serve all. This is going to be an on-going humanity service and as such, we welcome all those who have the passion to help others in need

  • Bakthi Class

    The aim of these class is to promote and cultivate basic divine knowledge in children. They should be taught early at young age to guide them through the spiritual path. The coverage of the classes are on the basic types of prayers, the different mantras for the different deities and meanings for the different types of prayers/mantras/procedures. Read more to find out more details on registration.

  • Gallery

    Watch our videos under the gallery tab and witness the activities such as Guru Sri Kalki's birthdays, prayers, bhajans and videos of general interest that we conduct at our humble peedum. Check out our NEW Section on Guru's song album!

Pranaayamum

Sri Kalki Peedum Society / ஸ்ரீ கல்கி பீடும் சங்கம்

Breath is important for everyone to stay alive. It has a vital role in our body function. Pranaayaamum is a method to monitor our breathing movements. The mantra of our breath is 'sohum' or 'hamsa'.

If you listen carefully to the inhaling and exhaling sound, you will know it too. It means that our jeevatma (soul) is paramathma (supreme soul) and vice versa.

Breathing in and out at the right side by closing your left side of the nose with your finger and then vice versa is the first step.

Breathing in through the right side and exhaling through the left of the nose and vice versa will be the second step.

Pranaayamum helps to awaken the 'kundalini power' at the tip of the backbone. It energises the 'chakras' effectively if one can practice at the right time (as shown below).

Great Yogis have concluded that by stopping the breath by proper pranaayaamum practice, it's possible to expand a person's life span.

This is how we see some 'divine ones' who sit in one place for many years without food, drink or movement.