Ocean Breathing also called Victorious Breathing
The first step in trying to do ocean breathing is to imagine, as if trying to damp a mirror or glass with the mouth open. Second step is closing the mouth while the tong is lying down on the floor of the mouth. The third stage is to open the throat channel so that the movement of the inhaled and exhaled air, starts to resonate loudly in the ears.
It is a bit tricky opening the air passage in the throat, a bit like when releasing pressure in my ears when about to land with an airplane or when gargling water.
The exhaling “ocean sound” is louder than the inhaling “ocean sound”.
I like to follow ocean breathing with Feather Breathing. The contrast of the vibrating sounds of the ocean and the silence of feather breathing is very calming.
When there is mucus in the nose channels, it may start to vibrate and add a “funny” sound to the ocean sounds.