Mudras - yoga for hands
Yoga (Dev.) - a concept in Indian culture, in the broad sense, meaning a combination of various spiritual, mental and physical practices developed in different directions of Hinduism and Buddhism and aimed at controlling the mental and physiological functions of the body with the goal of achieving an elevated spiritual and mental state. In a narrower sense, yoga is one of the six Orthodox schools (darshan) of Hindu philosophy.
The main directions of yoga are raja yoga, karma yoga, jnana yoga, bhakti yoga and hatha yoga. In the context of the Hindu philosophy, yoga is understood as the raja yoga system outlined in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and closely related to the fundamental principles of Sankhya. Yoga is discussed in various Hindu scriptures, such as the Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavadgita, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Shiva Samhita, and Tantra . The ultimate goal of yoga can be completely different: from the improvement of physical health and to achieve moksha . Outside India, the term “yoga” is often associated only with hatha yoga and its asanas - physical exercise, which does not reflect the spiritual and spiritual aspects of yoga. The one who studies and practices yoga is called a yogi or yogi.
Mudras are a special Eastern practice that promotes the proper distribution of positive energy through the thinnest channels within the human body. In other words, it is a special gymnastics that allows you to control the energy of a person, acting on it through the energy channels of the fingers.
Helps those who seek to lose weight. This finger position improves the gastrointestinal tract and helps speed up the metabolism. Practicing this mudra, in a few days you will feel how the excess weight goes.
This position of the fingers is very important in the cold season. Mudra helps protect the body from infections and strengthen the immune system.
This finger position is useful for those who are constantly experiencing small things. Mudra improves blood circulation and soothes the nervous system.
Meditation with fingers crossed in this way helps to get rid of pain and relieves fatigue. It is best to perform this mudra after a hard day's work.
Follow this mudra to improve the balance of body fluids. Also Varuna Mudra helps to cope with hormonal disorders.