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Chin Mudra

1. Hold the thumb and index finger together lightly while extending the remaining three
fingers.
2. The thumb and index finger need only touch together, without exerting any pressure.
3. Keep the three extended fingers as straight as possible.
4. The hands can then be placed on the thighs, facing upwards.
5. Now, observe the flow of breath and its effect.

Benefits of Chin Mudra

 Better retention and concentration power.

Improves sleep pattern. Chinmaya Mudra

1. In this mudra, the thumb and forefinger form a ring, and the three remaining fingers are
curled into the palms of the hands.
2. Again, the hands are placed on the thighs with palms facing upwards, and deep
comfortable Ujjayi breaths are taken.
3. Once more, observe the flow of breath and its effect.

Benefits of Chinmaya Mudra

 Improves the flow of energy in the body.


 Stimulates digestion.

Adi Mudra
1. In Adi Mudra, the thumb is placed at the base of the small finger, and the remaining
fingers curl over the thumb, forming a light fist.
2. The palms are again placed facing upwards on the thighs and the breathing repeated.

Benefits of Adi MudraMUDRAS

Merudanda Mudra – How To Do Steps And Benefits


By Hayati | January 1, 2018

Yes Merudanda Mudra! I hope most of you already done the Pranayam portion but today we are
discussing about the Merudanda Mudra with the pranayam. Totally distinct plus based on the
standard of Ayurveda, yoga mudras are implicit as a healing modality. The Sanskrit word mudra
is translated as sign otherwise attitude. A mudra might engage the whole body otherwise could
be a easy hand position. Mudras utilized in blend with yogic the flow of prana in the body by
inspiring diverse parts of the body mixed up by breathing. Here today we explain detail about
merudanda mudra meaning, how to do steps and benefits along with images.

Merudanda Mudra Meaning, Steps And Benefits:

Merudanda Mudra Meaning:

Usually used for Pranayama we as well utilize them at length for our ‘Pranic Breathing’
techniques plus Meditation. Utilized in Meditation, Merudanda is tremendously centering plus
calming in addition to when joint with an ‘inner-smile’ method and Shambhavi mudra, (attention
on a given point in the body).
Merudanda Mudra carries awareness to the breath. In this mudra one can experience the breath
traveling all through the body. This mudra can be carrying out anywhere either in sit position
otherwise in standing pose. In Merudanda mudra single has to remain thumb straight plus all four
fingers touch the palm then maintain the palms above your knees plus start breathing in slow and
controlled manner. If thumb is opposite inwards then energy move and get to lungs plus lower
abdominal moreover if you maintain thumb up then energy travel towards mid-section of body
similarly by thumbs turned to out wards after that one can energies chest as well as spine. Do
every breathing step 8 to 10 times to get highest benefit.

 Relaxes the nervous system.


 Helps reduce snoring.

Improves the flow of oxygen to the head. Brahma Mudra

1. Place both the hands in Adi Mudra, with the knuckles touching each other.
2. Tuck the hands near the navel area with the fingers facing upwards.
3. Observe the flow of breath. Usually used for Pranayama we as well utilize them at length for
our ‘Pranic Breathing’ techniques plus Meditation. Utilized in Meditation, Merudanda is
tremendously centering plus calming in addition to when joint with an ‘inner-smile’ method and
Shambhavi mudra, (attention on a given point in the body).

 Increases capacity of the lungs.


 Increases energy in the body.

 Alleviates lower backache. jnana mudra


 o perform this mudra, the index finger folds and touches the base of the thumb. It should
be practiced in a comfortable seated position, with hands placed on the knees, palms
facing forward. The little finger, ring finger and middle finger remain straight and point
downward. The index finger forms a circle and the thumb points out.
 A very common variation of jnana mudra is when the tip of the index finger touches the
tip of the thumb, forming a full circle. This mudra may also be called chin mudra.

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Bhairava Mudra – How To Do Steps And Benefits


By Hayati | May 1, 2018

Mudra is actually a sanskrit word which refers to your current attitude. Mudra is actually a
symbolic gesture and most precisely it is like a hand or finger movement gesture. Many mudras
are associated with yoga poses or physical exercises. This yoga poses or a physical exercise is
known to benefit and impact your entire body or overall system. What is contrary to this yoga
poses or physical exercises is that they have long term benefits to our body.
I have heard a number of success case stories where numerous people have said that they have
benefited immensely out of this exercises. Thus, practising mudra or yoga exercises is like a long
term venture. It benefits and heals your body in long run. Their energetic effects have a quite
positive impact and effect on our body, mind as well as attitude. Some mudras have made a
significant impact on our body, mind and soul.

See More: Garuda Mudra

Bhairava Mudra:

One of such mudra is bhairavi mudra. This is also known as shiva or Shakti mudra. Bhairav is
actually a form of shiva which is formidable and fearsome. It actually demonstrates the power of
shiva. This is like the demonstration of why lord shiva is worshiped or why his strength is
adored. After all lord shiva is famous because of his immense power of strength. So, this
bhairavi mudra brings those strength and power in the forefront. Here we bring the bhairava
mudra meaning, performing steps and benefits for your health.

Bhairavi Mudra Steps And Benefits:

Meaning Of Bhairava Mudra:


It is like a secret mantra for hundreds of people who worship lord shiva as well as his Shakti.
These people are termed as “bhairavi” in common terms. And so, this mudra form or physical
exercise is designed for them only. Now, the major question arises as how to do this form
bhairav mudra of physical exercise.