learningdays: “ Kashyapa Mudra – mudra for balance and protection against negative energies Kashyapa Mudra symbolizes tortoise, union of masculine and feminine and Sage Kashyapa (Hindu mythology). Like tortoise it creates a seal against negative.
Rudra Mudra – treats exhaustion, fatigue and weakness Rudra Mudra activates Solar plexus and strengthens Chi (Energy, Prana). Rudra Mudra can be practiced for 5 minutes several times a day. It is good for people working too hard and experiencing.
Matangi mudra strengthens the digestive organs. Stomach, Liver, Spleen, Gall Bladder, Pancreas and Kidneys are benefited. Restlessness and excitement wanes. You feel calm and composed like a royal ruler.
Asthma Mudra Press fingernails of middle finger as indicated. The other fingers will remain extended. Practice Asthma mudra to aid Asthma medication. Asthma mudra will induce healing and will relieve Asthma in long run. Practice it for 5 minutes four.
Gyan Mudra - the gesture of knowledge Gyan mudra is a well known mudra in Hatha Yoga and across spiritual traditions. The mudra is formed by joining tips of index finger and thumb. The connection of index finger and thumb symbolize elated.
Mudras are used in Hindu and Buddhist teachings. Mudra hand gestures or poses are often used in yoga practice, meditation, and for healing purposes. The Akash Mudra helps to "center" your energies. It nourishes any part of your body that is lacking.
Surya Ravi Mudra or Prithvi Mudra Benefits: When used during meditation or pranayama, Surya Ravi Mudra can give you energy, positivity, intuition, and help encourage positive change in your life. It also helps to build and invigorate the bodily tissues.
Shakti Mudra is good for inducing sleep. Over a period of time, it helps people suffering from chronic insomnia. Shakti mudra releases the tension in pelvic region. It counteracts spasms in the intestines and helps females during menstrual discomfort.