Seeking hidden doorways to realities that urge us to awaken from the trance of the mundane world and discover the truth of our Inner Self.
Mudras have become a close personal friend of mine. I was introduced to these friendly fellows about a year ago. Mudras amaze me how powerful they are. It only takes the touch of two fingers to feel a deeper meditation space very quickly.
I like to call Mudras Finger Yoga because you’re using your fingers! Makes sense, huh? Different fingers put together in a certain way activate energetic powers to heal and influence the energies within our bodies. I’m not sure how it work – but it works! I can really feel it.
Well, since I downloaded a MUDRA PHONE APP I’ve been referring to it for any ailment I’m having. For instance, when I meditate or want to feel deeply relaxed I use the Gyan Mudra which is the pointer finger touching the thumb.
OH! Mudras are done with both hands at the same time. Thought you should know that. 😉
I’ve also used mudras to relax my neck muscles, which seem to tighten during times of stress. When my stomach was upset I used a mudra and it seems to send this warm healing energy to the area, making it feel relaxed and at ease. I’ve used mudras during times of anxiety – currently living in dorms in China and boy, oh boy, stressful times are a plenty here!
I first started doing mudras as a spiritual practice during meditation. There are different mudras for different aspects of spiritual development.
I feel a warm soothing sensation in the area of focus. Some mudras have a stronger energy current than others. I’m assuming this is because the mudra is needed more at the time, because if I do the mudra later in the day the energy current isn’t as strong.
Mudras are a helpful and easy tool for personal development and spiritual development.