Brahma Mudra

Brahma mudra is an extremely important mudra of yoga. Its regular practice not only gives you freedom from depression but also diagnoses many mental and physical problems.

Brahma mudra yoga is both a hand gesture. The term mudra applies to the use of hand gestures during meditation and Pranayama. Brahma is one of the three deities of the Hindu trinity. This mudra is also known as Surya Chandra Mudra or the gesture of all-pervading consciousness.

Our body is made up of mainly five elements (Panch Tattva). Vayu (Air), Agni (Fire), Akasha (Aether), Bhumi (Earth), and Jala (Water); With these elements, the balance of our body remains. These all are associated with a healthy lifestyle.

The name Brahma Mudra comes from the Sanskrit, there Brahma, meaning Divine or Supreme Spirit. Mudra is a yogic hand gesture that guides the energy flow to specific areas of the brain.

Let’s look down the benefits of Brahma Mudra and how to do it.

How to do Brahma Mudra (Brahma Gesture)

There are some simple steps which will explain how to do Brahma Hasta Mudra:

  • First of all, sit in any comfortable seating posture and place the hands with palm pointing upwards on the thighs or the knees.
  • Meditation postures like Padmasana, Siddhasana, Swastikasana, Vajrasana, etc. are ideal for the practice of mudras.
  • Close your eyes and take some deep breaths with the awareness of the breathing process.
  • Now fold your thumb and the thumb is placed at the base of the small finger.
  • Then remaining fingers curl over the thumb, putting pressure over the outer thumb and making a gentle fist.
  • Join both fish so that the palms facing skyward.
  • Perform this pose for 35 minutes at a stretch every day or for 10 to 12 minutes three times a day.

It is not necessary for doing this at an empty stomach. You may also practice this mudra with a full stomach. Brahma mudra also practices in a standing, sitting or lying down posture.

Time Interval for to do this mudra?

This mudra also practices standing, sitting, or lying down on a bed whenever. You can chant a mantra or switch words silently. No particular time duration for this mudra. Of course, All mudra is very effective when you do the mudras between 4-6 AM. To excellent, the best, and efficient results, make sure you practice regularly for two months.

Benefits Of Brahma Mudra (Brahma Gesture)

  • Regular practicing of Brahma Mudra is recommended to calm a stressed nervous system and soothe the mind.
  • This mudra will reduce stress and calm you down as well as release negative energy.
  • It also affects the flow of life force energy (prana) in the body.
  • Brahma mudra is also believed to helps the yogi reach a higher meditative state.
  • It creates a sense of security. This mudra produces peace of mind, assurance, and benevolence.

Side Effects

However, all mudras are beneficial to us without any side-effects. pressure should not be applied on the finger. Pressure means, your mind is restless and not stable. As a result, nothing at all. Perform this mudra freely.

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