Yoga Mudra

Varun Mudra

Varun Mudra
Introduction:- Varun Mudra The Sankrit meaning of the word "Varun" means  "water”. This mudra is also known as Mudra of Water, this mudra step-ups the Jal i.e water component within the body. This mudra helps oneself to uphold and maintain the water counterbalance in the body. A lack of water in the body, leads to...

Vishnu Mudra – An Alternate Nostril Breathing.

Vishnu Mudra
Introduction Vishnu Mudra Certain pranayama methods call for respiration by one nostril at one time, with the other nostril gently held closed. Traditionally, one shuts down the nostrils using an extraordinary hand position known as Vishnu Mudra (Symbol of Vishnu). Vishnu mudra is a hand posture practised during alternative nostril respiration exercises in yoga. It is...

Linga Mudra

Linga Mudra
Introduction : Linga Mudra Linga Mudra is proudly called as the Mudra of Heat and Energy. The term "Linga" is the Sanskrit word for genus Phallus i.e the male genital organ. Linga mudra help to step-ups the body heat energy as it reinforces the fire element of the body. The thumb finger symbolizes the fire...

How to perform Prana Mudra?

Pran Mudra.
Introduction: Pran Mudra The meaning of the Sanskrit word "Prana" means "Life". This Mudra is called as Pran Mudra or Prana Mudra. It's uncomplicated to do and also very effective. The Pran Mudra sparks off the root chakra and increments vital force. In Root Chakra the ultimate forcefulness of human being dwells. The finger posture...

Shakti Mudra Can Cure Insomnia.

mudra for insomia
Introduction: Shakti Mudra Shakti mudra is a hand gesture that allow different psychological and physiological benefits. Shakti symbolizes the Goddess Durga in Hindu Religion and mudra is referred as  hand gesture in Sanskrit. The word “Shakti” signifies empowerment and a sense of power within. Benefits of Shakti Mudra The biggest benefit of shakti mudra is to heal...

Bhuddi Mudra

Bhudi Mudra
Introduction of Bhuddi Mudra Bhudi Mudra,commonly known as Mudra of Fluid. Budhi Mudra is also pronounced as  BHUDDI / BHUDY / BHUDDY / BUDDHI. The little finger is associated with the sacrum and has the element of water. The little finger is like the fag end of the hand bringing gracility and movement to your...

How Anjali Mudra connect you to God?

Anjali Mudra
Introduction to Anjali Mudra The Sanskrit meaning of Anjali means “to offer” or “to salutate” and Mudra stands for hand gesture. The Anjali mudra is a common hand position generally practice during the recitation of yogasana. It can as well be implemented with some other postures of Yoga like Vriksha asana, Anjanasana and many more...

How to perform Apan Vayu Mudra?

apan vayu mudra.
Introduction: Apan Vayu Mudra Apan Vayu Mudra is known as the Lifesaver and represents the first aid or help towards heart-attacks. Apan Vayu Mudra is also called as the "Sanjivani" for heart. All imaginable trouble of the body has a specific type of Mudra, which enables a assured remedy for the same. Any individual who...

Gyan Mudra For Knowledge

Gyan Mudra
Introduction: Gyan Mudra Gyan Mudra is retraced from the Sanskrit word "Gyan" or "Jnana". The meaning of the Sanskrit word "Gyan" stands for knowledge or cognition and "mudra" means gesture. This implies that Gyan mudra is the gesture of knowledge. It  is one of the most unremarkable, commonly and general  hand gesture which is mostly acknowledged...

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