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Mudras, also known as “seals” or “locks,” are gestures of the hands. When you see yogis meditating with their hands resting on their knees, thumb and forefinger touching, they are performing a mudra. But why are they doing this? Because it’s believed that by placing the hands in these various formations, yogis are moving energy into the places in the body that typical yoga postures can’t reach. Cool, huh?
Agni Mudra This Mudra helps to increases the fire element in the body that helps to maintain the temperature and improve the vision. Surya Mudra can help cure many other problems like loss of appetite, indigestion, shivering, cold, digestive problems, and coldness of body limbs, hands or feet.
Abhaya mudra is a symbolic, ritualistic gesture of the hands often used in a spiritual yoga practice to demonstrate fearlessness, protection, peace and friendship. From Sanskrit, abhaya means “fearlessness” and mudra means “gesture,” “mark” or “seal.” This ancient gesture is thought to be the first mudra the Buddha displayed after reaching enlightenment, as well as one that shows the hands empty of weapons, illustrating peace and safety
Varuna mudra is a simple yoga gesture that is designed to balance the water element in the body. It is a hasta (hand) mudra and one of a series of therapeutic mudras thought to have healing properties.
Prana Mudra is the hasta (hand) mudra designed to increase the inner vitality and endurance. The term Prana Mudra means “LIFE ENERGY”
Adi mudra is a symbolic, ritualistic gesture of the hands often used in a spiritual yoga practice to calm and quiet the mind and nervous system.
Karana mudra is a yogic hand gesture that helps to dispel negativity, anxiety, fear and depression as well as enhance feelings of happiness.
Apana mudra, also known as the purification mudra, is a hand gesture that detoxifies and purifies the body and balances the elements of space and earth within it. It eliminates waste, toxins and chemicals in the body and prevents deseases and illnesses.
Chinmaya Mudra or the Gesture of Awareness is a simple hand gesture using the thumb and the index finger. The practice of this mudra is said to bring awareness to the body that helps in keeping the body and mind healthy.
Shunya mudra is a simple yoga gesture designed to decrease the space element (akasha) in the body. It is a hasta (hand) mudra, and one of a series of therapeutic mudras thought to have healing properties.
Gyan mudra, or chin mudra, often used while meditating, is one of the most important mudras that promote physical and mental health. From Sanskrit, chin (or cin) means “consciousness” and mudra means “gesture” or “seal.” Therefore, gyan mudra may be translated to mean “gesture of consciousness” in English