Prana Mudra: Symbolized Life Force. The Prana mudra can be used whenever you feel drained or need an extra boost of energy. Good to use in the morning to awaken and fully embrace the new day. How to form the Prana mudra: Thumb, ring, and pinky are touching. Index and middle finger are extended.
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.
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.
Uttarabodhi Mudra Enlightenment. The Uttarabodhi mudra is a gesture that identifies with a supreme power. Symbolizes perfection. How to form the Uttarabodhi mudra: Index fingers touch one another and are extended, pointing toward the skies. Remaining fingers are crossed and folded down. Thumbs are cross or held next to each other. Clasped hands are held over the head.
Kashyapa Mudra – mudra for balance and protection against negative energies Kashyapa Mudra symbolizes tortoise, union of masculine and feminine and Sage Kashyapa (Hindu mythology). Like tortoise it creates a seal against negative energies. Use it when you find yourself in conflict situation or when among the group of negative people. You can hold this mudra when visiting places having dark past. Like union of masculine and feminine, this mudra helps in creating balance and grounding. Make...