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Healing Mudras: Apana mudra has a grounding force to help you connect with the earth's energies whenever you are feeling off balance or flighty.

Mukula Mudra – mudra for healing and increasing radiance

Pushan Mudra Give and Take Gesture. The Pushan mudra demonstrates the understanding that life energy moves with ebb and flow motion. How to form the Pushan mudra: Right hand: Thumb, index finger, and middle finger touch at tips. Ring finger and pinky fingers are fully extended. Left hand: Thumb, middle finger, and ring finger touch at tips. Index and pinky fingers are fully extended.

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.

Vitarka Mudra Reasoning Mudra. The Vitarka mudra, a symbol of wisdom, is a variation of the Dharmachakra mudra. How to form the Vitarka mudra: Thumbs and index fingers of both hands join at tips forming circles. Left hand sits upon lap palm facing upwards. Right hand is held at shoulder height with palm facing downwards.

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.

Ahamkara Mudra Self Confidence The Ahamkara mudra can be used when you are feeling "less-than" or fearful.How to form the Ahamkara mudra: Index finger is bent slightly. Place thumb on the middle of bent index finger. Middle, ring and pink fingers are extended

Laughter Mudra – mudra for prosperity and wisdom

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.

help give relief for head-related afflictions. Headaches, stress, tension, etc. (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.)