“I am always calm in the center of my being.”
Place your thumbs inside your palms and gently make loose fists around thumbs. Turn hands downward on your lap. Notice your natural breath, sensing its natural rhythm through your body. Good for lowering blood pressure (if you have low blood pressure make sure this mudra feels good in your body, otherwise move on to the next mudras).
“I flow through this day with comfort and ease.”
Place your right palm on your navel, underneath your belly button. Left palm floats upward and slightly out to the side like you’re holding a seed or a stone. Become aware of the flow of breath in your belly. Good for pelvic health including urinary and reproductive systems
“As waves of relaxation flow through me, I am calmed.”
Hold your hands in this position in your lap or near your navel. Jalashaya means ‘lake’ and refers to your inner reservoir of calm and peace within that allows you to heal and sleep among other things. It brings the breath into the pelvis to reduce stress and tension.
Begin with 5-10 natural breaths for each mudra and increase the number of breaths weekly to your practice.
These mudras and information provided are modified from Mudras for Healing and Transformation by Joseph and Lilian LePage, Integrative Yoga Therapy.
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