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Hand mudras have been used for centuries in yogic traditions to promote health and wellbeing, and they are considered valuable tools on the path of spiritual awakening. This card set provides 72 of the most important hand mudras used in yoga. The gestures presented support mental and spiritual development, and have a wide range of health benefits. Each card presents a full-colour image of the mudra with the Sanskrit name, transliteration and English translation.
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The back of each card includes concise information on technique and applications as well as the physical, energetic and spiritual benefits of the mudra. The accompanying booklet contains background information on the mudras, how to practice them at home, and details on how each of the 72 mudras can be used to address a variety of common health complaints. This card set will enrich the practice of students and teachers of yoga, and will be of interest to anyone looking to gain a comprehensive understanding of hand mudras.
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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Gertrud Hirschi. This is why we can feel their effects, as they develop our mental awareness of the flow of prana throughout the physical body. How-to: Touch the tips of your thumb, middle, and ring fingers on each respective hand together.
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Rest the backs of your hands in your lap. Effects: Apana is one of the five types of vayu pranic energies. It directs the downward flow of energy needed for functions like elimination, urination, and menstruation. This makes apana mudra effective for anyone with imbalanced apana vata: those who are constipated, have slow digestion, or have irregular or absent periods. Because of its downward effect, apana mudra is not appropriate for pregnant women.
How to: Bring the pads of your index fingers to touch. Point your thumbs toward you. Interlace the remaining fingers. You can do this in one of two ways: either interlacing the fingers inward, or resting them on the outsides of the hands. Rest your hands in your lap. Effects: With both hands interlaced, yoni mudra creates a cross connection between the left and right side of the body.
This balances both the feminine and masculine energies of the body, as well as the left and right hemispheres of the brain.
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How-to: Touch the tips of your thumb and pinky fingers on each respective hand together. Straighten your other fingers. Effects: In jal mudra, the water and fire elements are combined by touching their respective fingers together. This helps to regulate fluid balance, and is particularly helpful in lubricating the body. How to: Bring your index finger to the base of the thumb on each hand. Join the tips of your middle and ring fingers to the tips of the thumbs. Here are our picks for 23 of the most useful Chrome extensions currently out there.
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This is by far one of the most beautiful and most powerful meditations ever. I did a 30 day challenge once with this meditation. One should try not to suppress thoughts in meditation, but just try to see their transitory nature, their translucent nature. We do not become involved in them or reject them, but simply acknowledge them and then come back to the awareness of breathing.