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Katakamukha Mudra-Variation. Mudras: Powerful Hand Gestures -- Mudras are used for healing, concentration, and expanding consciousness, and they are an essential part of Indian Dance, Indian Yoga, Taoist alchemy, and Buddhist meditation. In Indian Dance, mudras are used to communicate deep feelings and tell intricate stories. Energetically, they hold the power to transform raw life-power into subtle spiritual expression.

Kubera Mudra Manifestating / Wish Mudra. The Kubera mudra is used for creating wealth and reaching your goals. How to form the Kubera mudra: Tips of thumb, index, and middle fingers are joined. Ring finger and pinky are folded into the palm.

Surabhi Mudra – for treating rheumatism and wish fulfillment. Surabhi Mudra balances elements in the body. It helps in relieving diseases originating from rheumatism. Arthritis and osteoarthritis patients find relief by practicing Surabhi Mudra. The mudra can be practiced for 15 minutes thrice a day. (Read more on my blog)

The Healing Power of Agni Mudra A mudra, is a specific hand gesture, or position, that helps in the release of energy locked within the body and directing its flow and reflexes to the brain. Mudras are known to alleviate a host of ailments such as asthma, depression, piles, cough, diabetes, stress, cataract and even a heart attack – to name just a few.Check it out at:

Kashyapa Mudra – mudra for balance and protection against negative energies (Read more on my blog) - Affirmation: I am protected and experiencing bliss.

Nice site with mudras broken down by purpose (meditation, energizing, etc)

Shiva Linga Mudra - energy enhancing, for relieving anxiety and gaining confidence. Shiva Linga Mudra restores confidence. It primarily relieves the tension, restlessness and listlessness. This mudra expedites healing. The mudra symbolize destruction of the old and beginning of the new.

Gyan Mudra Grounding. The Gyan mudra represents the starting place or home. It takes you back to your roots, or a simpler time. Clears the mental facilties. How to form the Gyan mudra:Thumb and index fingers touch at tips. Middle, ring, and pinky fingers are relaxed, curved slightly.

Asthma Mudra Press fingernails of middle finger as indicated. The other fingers will remain extended. Practice Asthma mudra to aid Asthma medication. Asthma mudra will induce healing and will relieve Asthma in long run. Practice it for 5 minutes four to five times in a day. Interesting..have Ben do this

Pinner says: Kalesvara Mudra is dedicated to the lord of time.  Kalesvara Mudra helps us by clearing conflicting thoughts and making us calmer. It helps us in contemplating and observing our character, addictions and behavior over time, opening the door for change. Kalesvara Mudra can be practiced by anyone desiring change. It should be practiced for at least 15 -20 minutes...

Shunya Mudra Alternative Name: Heave Mudra. The Shunya mudra assists listening and speech. Primarily a remedy for ear afflictions. How to form the Shunya mudra:Lower the middle finger and place finger pad on the fleshy mound area of your thumb, cover it with your thumb. Index, ring and pinky fingers are extended.

Shunya Mudra - Mudras Photo Gallery - Hand Gestures

Abhaya Mudra - Imparting Fearlessness (Reassurance) This gesture is made with the hand raised and the palm facing outwards, fingers extended pointing upward. The wrist is bent at a right angle with the forearm. The gesture is sometimes made with both hands. Sometimes the Abhaya Mudra is made with one hand, while another Mudra (such as Varuda Mudra) is made with the other hand. The Buddha may be either standing, sitting or walking

Mahasirs Mudra Tension Reliever. The Mahasirs mudra is used to help give relief for head-related afflictions. Headaches, stress, tension, etc. How to form the Mahasirs mudra: Thumb, index and middle fingers are joined at tips. Ring finger is folded into the palm and tucked into the fleshy part of the thumb. Pinky is extended.

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Dhyani Mudra: In this mudra, the back of the right hand rests on the palm of the other in such a way that the tips of the thumbs lightly touch one another. The hands rest in the lap. The right hand, resting on top, symbolizes the state of enlightenment; the other hand, resting below, the world of appearance.

This mudra depicts our emotional connection with the Divine. Affirm: "I Am Light".

Kubera Mudra – for wish fulfillment and manifesting desires