Tuesday, 26 May 2020

Meaning Of Mudrasana

Mudrasana

Mudra means 'seal', 'gesture' or 'sign'.Mudras are symbolic gestures that are often practiced with hands and fingers. They facilitate the circulation of energy in the subtle body and enhance the journey inside.

Hasta Mudra (Hand Mudra)
The physical body is made up of five elements namely, Air, Water, Fire, Earth, and Sky. A mudra is a gesture or positioning of the hands intended to direct energy flow and to connect parts of the body to the brain as life force energy flows through the body. Certain yoga mudras are believed to instigate particular energy flows and stimulate different emotions, spiritual reactions, and reactions in the body. By pressing together, curling, touching or pointing different fingers or parts of the hands in different ways, you can stimulate reflexes from the hand to the brain.


Philosophy Of Mudra Therapy
The natural sciences Mudra lorem believe that five fingers correspond to the five bases
That is the principle. Ether, air, fire, water, and earth.



  • Thumb finger - The Fire (Agni)
  • Index finger - The air (Váyu)
  • Middle finger - Ether (Aakash)
  • Ring finger - A ground (Prithvi)
  • Small finger - of water (Jal)
In order to restore the balance of the five elements are the personal contact methods
And lining up with your fingers. These are called "Is Mudra," and that it is not easy
So that at any time can be increased to be able to come to our aid as well as to become a lorem useful tool to restore your well-being.


Benefits Of Mudrasana
The mudras benefit in many ways the biomagnetic fields, the psyche, the body, and the mind. Some of the benefits are as follows
  • The mudras clear the psychic centers and subtle channels in the body. This allows the vital force to flow freely to the different parts of the body.
  • The mudras clean the body's biomagnetic field and protect it from negative forces.

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