Join Both Hands Together. It May Seem Simple but The Result is Brilliant!

Yoga is not only an exercise but a form of spiritual practice to improve your physical, mental and spiritual well being. It doesn’t include only twisting and curling your body into different shapes and poses, but it also involves some specific mudras posed during meditations. Mudras mean gestures adopted during pranayams and meditations that directs flow of energy into our body. Yogic tantras say that these mudra yoga techniques stimulate different areas of the brain.

Yoga linga mudra

Join both hands together and interlock the fingers of both hands. Keep the thumb of the left hand vertically straight and encircle it with the thumb and the index finger of the right hand.

Benefits:

– Cures Asthma, paralysis and low blood pressure.

– Increases the heat in the body, controls cold and sinusitis.

– Completely dries the phlegm in the control of asthma.

Persons with abdomen tumor and high blood pressure should avoid this practice.

It is recommended to do this in the early morning hours or cool nights, from 16 to maximum 48 minutes.

Yoga pran mudra

Bend ring finger and little finger and with their tips and touch the tip of the thumb keeping the remaining two fingers stretched.

Benefits:

If practiced regularly, this mudra can improve the immunity system, it can protect the eyes and reduces eye related diseases. It energies the body and balances vitamins in the body.

There is no specific time duration. One can practice it at any time.

 

Yoga Surya mudra

Keep your ring fingers at the root of your thumbs and press with thumb. Then keep both your hands on folded knees so that the palms are facing up. Put a little pressure in your palm and rest of the hand would be in relaxed position.

Benefits:

Helps with health problems like diabetes, liver problems, reduces cholesterol levels and strengthens the body.

Practice it for 20-30 minutes every day.

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