Memento. Well Health Reminders. BREATH SERIES Sukh-Purvak Technique (Variation) to Open the Chakras. Sukh means Joy.
Purvak means Complete. This breathing exercise harmonizes the Muladhara Chakra in order to be able to experience the complete joy of the Kundalini awakening. If you start by practicing this three times in the morning and again at night, you will begin to feel a difference in your body and your mind. As it gets easier, you can increase the number of times you practice this. Follow what feels good for you. The best time to do this is in the evening before you go to bed, because it is very relaxing. Close your right nostril with your right thumb. Close your left nostril with the little finger of your right hand and inhale slowly through your right nostril until you count 3 OMS. While doing this pranayama to harmonize your breath to awaken the Kundalini, it is also helpful to imagine positive emotions like compassion, peace, joy and love. 6 Ancient Hand Gestures (Mudras) to Unlock Higher States of Consciousness. Coming To Grips With The Divine: The Sacred Language of the Hand.
“Our ability to grasp, to build, and to make our thoughts real lies inside this complex of bones, nerves, and vessels”…“The hand is a signature for who we are and what we can attain.”
Neil Shubin, Your Inner Fish: A Journey into the 3.5 Billion Year History of the Human Body. In the past year my hands have taken on a life of their own. During yogic and meditative states, an external/internal energy begins to pour into my palms, compelling my hands to form basic shapes and gestures. Sometimes it feels like my hands and fingers are being pulled by a force, other times it feels as if they are seeking to express something, embody something – but what? So in a quest to better understand what was happening- I began to research everything I could find about the hand.
Today mysticism and science are converging to tell us that not only do our hands receive, transmit and even project energy – they are a vehicle by which we transform consciousness into the world of form. Increasing Brain Function and Neural Activity With Powerful Hand Gestures. EmailShare.
Ancient Hand Gesture (Mudra) for Receiving Intuitive Guidance. Digg HJ: Mudras are an ancient series of hand gestures that have metaphysical properties which influence our consciousness through a variety of means.
They are tools to help us reach a higher level of conscious awareness and better understand ourselves. If you have the ability to tune into subtle energies and trust your intuition (both of these can be cultivated), it is easy to feel the energetic circuits these mudras create in the mind, body and spirit. Therefore, one can discover their own mudras if they so desire. In fact, a highly advanced kinesiologist friend of mine has done so with an amazing degree of accuracy. I highly recommend combining these mudras with meditation, as this helps us lock in the effects they have on our energetic makeup. . - Truth Learning Days. Taoist Hand Gesture (Mudra) to Unlock Intuitive Powers and Remedy Depression. EmailShare Tse Mudra – remedy for depression and a key to unlock intuitive powers Tse Mudra is practiced and recommended by Taoist monks.
It is also called as exercise of three secrets. This mudra affects water element and all the organs associated with it, particularly the excretory organs like Kidney and Urinary bladder. Tse mudra increases magnetism, develops mental ability, sharpens intuition and let you get rid of depression. How to do Tse Mudra?
Sit in a comfortable position. 6 Ancient Mudras to Unlock Higher States of Consciousness. Digg HJ: Hand gestures, or Mudras as they are classically known, are simple formations of the fingers and hands which stimulate specific energetic meridians that can unlock higher levels of awareness and consciousness when held with focus and intent for extended periods of time, usually on the order of 5 or more minutes.
We highly recommend combining them with meditation for maximum benefit. Daily practice for a week or two is usually sufficient to realize results, although continued use throughout life is beneficial and suggested. Mudras can be practiced with or without meditation, whenever is convenient and safe. - Truth. Hand Gesture (Mudra) for Detoxification of the Body. Digg HJ: It is possible to enhance and intensify a cleanse or fast through the use of the corresponding hand gestures (mudras), which initiate the elimination pathways in the body.
By stimulating the appropriate acupressure and metaphysical meridian points on the hand, we can both activate and aid our bodies in releasing unwanted, accumulated toxins. - Truth. Mudra for Improving Concentration and Self-Healing. Digg image courtesy of learning days Trimukha Mudra – Three Faced Mudra (Hand Gesture) Trimukha Mudra is a powerful, classical mudra that is performed with both hands in the configuration above.
The Science of Mudras. What are Mudras? Mudras & Hand Symbolism < Hindu. When we examine Eastern philosophies, beliefs, culture, and also the pragmatic yogic approaches of Hinduism and Buddhism, we typically encounter practices of systematic hand gestures.
The rites, rituals, initiations, dances, and spiritual disciplines of those Oriental religions and traditions are replete with multifold varieties of hand gestures with symbolic meanings and empowering virtues. In Sanskrit these gestures are known as mudra. Mudra indicates “seal,” or “symbol.” The phrase has different connotations or definitions in Yogic and Tantric philosophies. In Hatha yoga, mudras are unique bodily asanas, or body-postures; they may be also particular workout routines or processes that arouse into activity one’s innate energies. Mudra Vigyan. Jennifer Reis Yoga - Divine Sleep. Mudras are gestures or postures that are performed with the hands, face, or other key areas of the body.
My explorations primarily focus on hand mudras. In Sanskrit, mudra means gesture or seal, referring to ‘locking in’ a specific feeling, mind state, or energy to create a particular experience. Mudras are a bridge for awakening the body as a sacred temple of the divine, and the hands are the key to unlock the door to this temple. Each mudra has a specific function for the systems of the body to bring that system back into health and balance. For example, Jala Water Mudra helps all the water systems of the body revitalize such as kidney, bladder, and as an aid to any digestive difficulty.
Mudras can be used as a meditation practice on the cushion or yoga mat, and also as a potent tool to shift our energy within the activity of our daily life back to a more steady and sane place. See below for Mudra Flows you can practice. MUDRAS & HAND SYMBOLISM – THE POWER OF MUDRAS PART 1 : WHAT ARE MUDRAS? The purpose of these articles is to assist the raising of the awareness and the expansion of the consciousness of our readers who apply the teachings of the mudras. MUDRAS & HAND SYMBOLISM–THE POWER OF MUDRAS PART 2 : HAND MYSTERIES.
(Dear reader, before reading the part 2, you may need do read the part 1. Enjoy reading.) Before we begin discussing mudras, let us first consider some interesting topics concerning hands. List of mudras (dance) One of the most striking features of Hindu dance is the use of hand gestures. Speaking in dance via gestures, rather than orally, in order to visually convey outer events or things, as well as inner feelings, two classifications of specific traditional 'MUDRA' (hand/finger gesture) are used in Indian Classical Dance, and indeed are a prominent part of the dancer's vocabulary. This is a list of only a few hastamudras.