Mudras for mind,Body & soul

Mudras are an intricate  part of yoga, asana, pranayamas, there purpose cater to our inner self & higher being. But they do not stand alone in there outcome. Meaning that Mudras alone like meditation, yoga or prayer will not reach it goal on there own it is a culmination of all these practice as well as our state of consciousness combine to empower & elevate ourself. You can get beneficial result on your first practice but will not sustain these bliss with out catering to all aspect in which constitute our being. To attain true bliss we need to face all aspect of our life. Example: you practice your Mudras to heal yourself of some sort illness but you are not digging to the root of our sickness and the cause of it, you are not making a conscious effort to understand yourself, you will quickly find yourself with out result and discourage. So please find it with in yourself to approach the subject in all direction and not so quick to dismiss it health disorder comes out of the blue. If we meditate and use the mudras to simply get rid of symptoms of illness or pain, we are burying our heads in the sand. There may be short-term results, but not lasting healing.

Perhaps the cause is quite easy to find. We simply ate the wrong thing or were stressed; or we didn’t rest enough and our immune system is stressed. Negative feelings, such as resentment, hate, revenge, envy, and miserliness, also make us sick.

(The elephant; Ganesha, the deity who overcomes all obstacles)

Hands, Mudras & Mantras: Little Finger & Ganesha Mudra

Hold your left hand in front of your chest with the palm fac-ing outward. Bend the fingers.Now grasp the left hand with the right hand, which has its back facing outward. Move the hands to the level of the heart, right in front of the chest. While exhaling, vigorously pull the hands apart without releasing the grip. This will tense the muscles of the upper arms and chest area. While inhaling, let go of all the tension. Repeat 6 times and then lovingly place both hands on the sternum in this position. Focus on the feeling in this part of your body. Then change the hand position: your right palm now faces outward. Repeat the exercise 6 times in this position. Afterward, remain in silence for a while. Once a day is enough.

Since the Ganesha Mudra activates the fire element, which reacts positively to the color red, the following visualizations sup-port activity of the heart and circulation. It encourages us to encounter our fellow human beings with an open and friendly heart.

{Break of day—origin of all good things)

Mudras: Ushas-mudra | Yoga en Red

Clasp your fingers so your right thumb lies above the left. The right thumb presses slightly on the left thumb. Important: Women should place the right thumb between the
left thumb and index finger, pressing on it with the left thumb. Do this every day for 5 to 15 minutes. Hold this mudra until the desired effect occurs.

No matter how old we are, there are times of change: new begin-nings come repeatedly in life. The second chakra, our center of sexuality and creativity, always contains something new, a secret that wants to be aired. This mudra concentrates the sexual energy of our second chakra and directs it into the energy centers above it. It gives us mental alertness, plea-sure, and new impulses. In addition, it harmonizes our hormonal system. The Ushas Mudra helps us wake up in the morning. When you are
still sleepy and lying in bed, place your clasped hands at the back of your head. Now inhale vigorously and deeply several times; open your eyes and mouth widely; press your elbows back into the pillow. While exhaling, let go of every tension. Repeat 6 times. If this still doesn’t make you feel alert and fresh, then rub your ankle bones together, as well as the palms of your hands, as if you were trying to ignite a flintstone. Finally, you can also extend your arms and stretch vigorously

HERBAL REMEDY: Green tea and rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) have
a refreshing effect.

I am filled with pleasure and enthusiasm, which allow me to achieve
great things. I enjoy life to the fullest.

(Dedicated to the sun god, Pushan, also the god of nourishment)

Right hand: The tips of the thumb, index finger, and middle finger are on top of each other; the other fingers are extended. Left hand: The tips of the thumb, middle
finger, and ring finger are on top of each other; the other fingers are extended. This mudra symbolizes accepting and receiving with the gesture of one hand and letting things flow, giving, and letting go with the gesture of the other. Both should be coordinated with each other in digestion. It influences the ener-gy currents that are responsible for absorbing and utilizing food, as well as helping with elimination. It intensifies breathing and therefore the absorp-tion of oxygen and the release of carbon dioxide in the lungs. It has a relax-ing effect on the solar plexus (the area of the stomach, liver, spleen, and gall-bladder), regulates energies in the autonomic nervous system, mobilizes
energies of elimination, and detoxifies. It has an excellent effect on general or acute nausea, seasickness, flatulence, and that sensation of fullness one feels after meals.
HERBAL REMEDY: Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), anise (Pimpinella ani-
sum), and caraway (Carum carvi) support this mudra.
thankfully accept everything that is good for me, let it have its effect
within me, and release everything that is spent.



Originally posted 2016-04-06 18:46:54.

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