Sweet relief is here! JalaShaya Mudra can help relieve summer heat and inflammation to bring you into a calm and cool state.
Hold your hands in your lap, or in front of your belly, for 5-10 natural breaths. State the affirmation three times out loud, then silently.
Jala means ‘water’ and Shaya means ‘calm, peace, nighttime’, and refers to ‘sleep’. Because of these qualities, practicing this mudra can help refresh excessive heat and soothe the energy. The breath naturally drops into the navel area where the WATER element is located to bring a sense of grounding and rhythm that is calming to the mind and nerves.
These mudras, and the information provided here, are modified from Mudras for Healing and Transformation by Joseph and Lilian LePage.
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