Mudras
March 2, 2017
My favorite statement of Swami Kripalu is: "The highest spiritual practice is Self-observation with compassion and without judgment." This is also one of the most difficult practices to do! Karuna Mudra can help your heart and chest to soften, allowing you to tap into the deep wellspring of your heart. Karuna means 'compassion' and gives us the ability to see ourselves and others in a compassionate light. As one hand...
March 2, 2017
Kubera refers to the qualities represented by the lord of 'wealth, wisdom and the remover of obstacles'. Kubera mudra helps to your blocks to be allows you to unfold your fullest potential! "My Inner Golden Light Sparkles, Opening Me to My Potential." HOW TO: With both hands, curl all of your fingers into the centers of your palms. Extend pointer and middle fingers to touch thumb tips. Rest hands upward...
January 29, 2017
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 Mudra "My inner rivers flow with the rhythms of nature." 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...
November 27, 2016
These three mudras will bring you into your calming, soothing center and out of the chattering mind and ocean of emotion to be at peace once again. ADHI MUDRA "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...