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Mudras
Samputa Mudra allows you to trust in your inner radiance and treasures, awakening integrity and allowing you to communicate your truth with clarity. Hold your left hand cupped underneath your right in front of your belly, or on your lap, for 5-10 natural breaths. State the affirmation three times out loud, then silently. "My inner treasure shines radiantly within me, sparking my glow." Especially good for learning to listen to...
July 2, 2018
Sweet relief is here! Jalashaya Mudra can help relieve intensity, anger, frustration, trying too hard, heat and inflammation, to bring you into a calm, cool and mellow state. Jala means 'water' and Shaya means 'calm, peace, nighttime', and refers to 'sleep'. Because of these qualities, practicing this mudra can help refresh and soothe the energy. The breath naturally drops into the navel area where the WATER element is located to...
These two mudras help to balance WATER ELEMENT. They enhance circulation of energy-prana through the whole body, organs and joints as well as moisten, lubricate, and de-congest the joints. You may like to practice these mudras as a flow or individually. Hold for 5-10 natural breaths to start, increasing over time if you like. State the affirmations three times out loud, then silently. Matsya Fish Mudra "I am nourished by...
“I am Whole and Complete exactly as I am." One of my all-time favorite mudras, Mandala helps to make me feel a settled feeling in both my belly and my mind. It brings me into the present moment, beautiful moment, to simply be - without needing or trying to do something or get somewhere! I feel whole and content... mmmmmmmm. It helps me to realize how much action and force...