With this mudra flow you will be able to sense the flow of life and energy within and all around you as you tune into your inner healing waters.
Jala means water, liquid and flowing, representing the vital aliveness within you! This mudra is both grounding and energizing, and helps you to see the flow beyond riverbank limitations. It can help to balance and improve the health of all of the fluid systems of the body: circulatory, urinary, kidney, and lymphatic assisting in harmonizing your inner Water Element. Jala Mudra is helpful for overall digestion. No known contraindications.
As you create a triangle with your hands on your navel, you are invoking ‘Trimurti’, the three energies of life: creation, sustenance and transformation. A very soothing mudra, Trimurti can help you to tune in to feel and awaken your inner healing source. This is one of the best mudras to practice during times of transition and change.
Good for all conditions of the female reproductive system: fertility, menstrual cramps, menopause, cystitis, endometriosis, and pregnancy. No known contraindications.
Gupta means well protected, hidden, and secret, and is represented in this mudra by making the shape of a tortoise. This cultivates the feeling of entering into one’s own inner sanctuary of safety and rest, creating a sense of well-being, security and protection.
Good for enhancing the health of digestive and elimination systems as well as relaxing shoulders, neck and head and can be helpful for TMJ issues. No known contraindications.
Begin each mudra with 5-10 natural breaths 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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