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Āpta Pramāṇa - आप्त प्रमाण

Gheranda Samhita. II.42-43

अìगुñöहन्äभिपर्यन्तमधोभ्üमौ विनिन्यसेत् । कर्äभ्य्äïच धर्äà ध्åत्व्ä üर्ध्वçéर्ñअù फëéव हि ॥४१॥ देह्äग्निर्वर्ध्दते नित्यà सर्वरोगविन्äçअनम् । ज्äगर्ति भुजग्é देव्é भुजìग्äसनस्äधन्äत् ॥४२॥"

Keep the body from the toes to the navel on the floor and placing the palms of the hands also firmly on the floor, raise the head like a snake. This is called Bhujangasana. The fire of the body increases, all diseases are destroyed and kundalini Shakti is awakened by the practice of bhujangasana.

BrYs III.49-50

1. Lie down on your belly. 2. Place the hands by the chest, forehead on the ground. Point the toes. 3. Keep the palms on the ground and raise the head and chest like a snake. " Strengthens the entire back, shoulders, abdominals and thighs. Opens the chest and expands the lungs capacity. Beneficial for digestion, sciatica, flexibility in spinal cord and elevates mood. Increase gastric fire, Awakens the kundalini and removes all bodily diseases.