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Guidelines for doing Mudras for better results

Mudra is a term with very deep meaning. Mudra is used to signify a gesture or a position of the hands or a seal, or even a symbolic representation. Mudras generally include hands and other body parts such as eye positions, body postures or even breathing techniques. This symbolic finger, eye, and body postures can vividly depict certain states or processes of consciousness.

Guidelines for doing Mudras for better results

There are certain guidelines which should be followed while performing mudras to get more effective results.

Guidelines for doing Mudras for better results

 When you practice mudra, the pressure of the fingers should be very light.

 Ensure your hands are in relaxed state. You can keep your hands on your thighs or on some other physical base.

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 If you feel your fingers are inflexible and you are unable to hold mudras with both hands. Then during the initial days, you can perform it with one hand. And with some practice you can start using both hands.

 Mudras can be done while seated, lying down, standing, and walking. But it is important that your body posture is  symmetrical and centred and that you are as relaxed and loose as possible.

 Performing mudras while being seated on a chair, your back should be straight and your feet should have good contact with the floor.

 If you do mudras while walking, ensure you move in an even, calm, and rhythmic way.

 If you stand while doing them, keep your legs shoulder distance apart.

Doing mudra in meditative posture

Ideally mudras should be done in seated meditative posture. Below are the thing which should be taken care while doing in seated meditation posture.

 Sit with an upright pelvis and a straight spinal column on a stable mat or cushion.

 Both knees should be flat on the ground or should be at the same height.

 Hands should be relaxed on thighs.

 Shoulders should be in down position in a relaxed way.

 Pull the chin back a bit, and let the neck be straight and relaxed.

 Breathe in an even, slow, flowing, and gentle way.

 Never end the meditation suddenly. Always vigorously stretch your arms and legs.

Above are basic guidelines that should be followed while performing mudras in any posture. However what I like most about mudras is that you can do it any time and at any place.Only thing is that you need to be connected to yourself and should be relaxed.

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