Pinned from ig laurasykora Laura is so inspiring- this pic is a reminder that all things take easing into and time- if you believe and persist, it will come to be. Your asana is not about how fast or perfect you can come to your pose, but how the self is expressed through your pose. Just like your practice, the more you work on yourself, the more you grow and improve.
Meaning of this Mudra: This hand mudra is also known as the “seal of knowledge.” The thumb represents fire and divine nature and the index finger represents air and individual human consciousness. When the two fingers are placed together in Gyan Mudra, it