mudra (7)

Dhyana mudra

Rest your hands in your lap with the right hand on top of your left with both palms upward. Bring the tips of the two thumbs together gently.

This mudra brings increased power to your meditation and you in attaining self-realization. 9078788288?profile=originalExtensive practice is said to create a powerful aura around your face, which is noticed by and has a positive effect on everybody who comes into contact with you. Dhyana mudra aids concentration, gives you mental relief and stops your mind from wandering.
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Bhairava mudra

Rest your hands in your lap. Place your right hand on top of the left with both palms facing upward.In Indian mythology, Bhairava is fierce form of Siva.The joined hands represent the union of the ida and pingala nadis (meridians) – or the equalization of the two hemispheres of the brain.
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Join the tips of your middle and ring fingers to the tip of your thumb. This mudra may help you to eliminate impurities from your body: excreta, urine, sweat. It particularly works with your kidneys, problems with gas in the digestive system, constipation and piles, and diseases related to your mouth, nose, ears and eyes. There are indications that can enhance the health of your teeth, and perhaps help you to control diabetes.

Practice Apana Mudra 9078786885?profile=originalfor 45 minutes daily
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Bring the tip of your little and ring fingers to tip of thumb; relax the other two fingers. Bringing these three fingers together creates a special flow of prana that rejuvenates your body and mind.
Prana is basic vital energy within the body. This mudra can increase vitality if practiced regularly. It may help to strengthen both your immune system and weakened muscles
Many people find it helpful to practice when they are suffering from eye defects or diseases.
For healthier eyes: practice at lea
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This is a wonderful practice combining mudras and mantras that I plan to teach at the "Spiritual Retreat" that I will be leading in Bad Meinberg 1-6 August

Sit in any meditative position and close your eyes.

“Aaa” chanting

· Inhale slowly and completely fill your lungs.

· Adopt Chin mudra while exhaling, chant "Aah” .

· Feel the sound resonance in the abdomen and the lower parts of your body.

· Repeat nine times.

“Ou” chanting

· Inhale slowly and completely fill your lungs.

· Adopt Chinmaya mudr

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Tools for Meditation: mudras

Your body is a subtle and powerful antenna that is continually receiving energy and also transmitting it. Mantra, mudra and mandala are three types of powerful spiritual tools that assist you in purifying your physical, mental and psychic bodies.

With regular practice, these methods sharpen and expand your spiritual wisdom. They help you to restore balance within the microcosm and bring it into harmony with the macrocosm. They support your meditation practice and aid you in finding inner peace.

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