Ishvara Mudra

Ishvara Mudra Ishvara mudra helps to reduce sensory stimulation, allowing you to be calmed and soothed, reducing stress, and turning your attention inward, to rest in the peacefulness within. It stimulates Pratyahara or withdrawing of the senses. This mudra activates and awakens Earth and Water Elements bringing a sense of grounded flow and stability.   […]

Jnana Mudra & Chin Mudra 

Background Jnana Mudra & Chin Mudra  The word jnana means ‘wisdom’ or ‘knowledge’, and thus jnana mudra is the gesture of intuitive knowledge.  Chin, on the other hand, is derived from the word chit or chitta, which means ‘consciousness’. Chin mudra, therefore, is the psychic gesture of consciousness. Both are referred to as Gyan Mudra […]

Hakini Mudra

Activate your third eye The Hakini Mudra is a yoga hand gesture named after goddess Hakini. Due to its direct relation with third-eye, practicing Hakini Mudra is considered best to uplift the brain power, hence known as mudra of mind & wisdom. Benefits of Hakini Mudra: Activates the qualities of Ajnam the third eye centre: […]

Mudra: Shuni Mudra

What is a Mudra? Mudra means “seal” or “closure” in Sanskrit. It is a symbolic or ritual gesture in Hinduism and Buddhism. While some mudras involve the entire body, most are performed with the hands and fingers. We use these gestures mostly in meditation or in pranayama practice to direct the flow of energy within […]

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