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Hand Mudras

As fingers may be a significant source of magnetic energy, we can perform mudras on them.

As fingers may be a significant source of magnetic energy, we can perform mudras on them. A mudra is a symbol or gesture in Meditation and Yoga. The word mudra can be translated as “mark,” “seal,” or “gesture.” Mudras are often used in Meditation and Yoga to help form specific energies within the body and to promote specific states of mind.

HAND MUDRAS

1. Gyan Mudra: This Mudra is also known as the “seal of knowledge”. The thumb and index finger are brought together, while the other three fingers remain extended. This Mudra is said to enhance concentration and memory.
2. Vayu Mudra: Also known as the “air Mudra”, this gesture is said to help control the wind element within the body. The index finger is bent and pressed against the base of the thumb. The other three fingers remain extended.
3. Prithvi Mudra: Also known as the “earth Mudra”, this gesture is said to help control the earth element within the body. The ring finger and little finger are bent and pressed against the palm, while the thumb and index finger touch at the tips.
4. Akasha Mudra: Also known as the “space Mudra”, this gesture is said to help control the space element within the body. The thumb and middle finger are brought together, while the other three fingers remain extended.
5. Varun Mudra: Also known as the “water Mudra”, this gesture is said to help control the water element within the body. The little finger and ring finger are bent and pressed against the palm, while the thumb and index finger touch at the tips.