Naga Mudra

The Naga Mudra is a sacred hand gesture or ‘seal’ that symbolizes supernatural power, wisdom, insight, and power.

Naga mudra in a big sense means – “mudra for deep understanding”. This practice represents supernatural power and knowledge and encourages psychological and spiritual benefits to grow.

According to Hinduism, Nag is a snake deity that symbolizes supernatural powers, cleverness, and power. In this way, this Mudra has great healing power, which also helps in increasing physical and spiritual clarity.

How to do Naga Mudra?

  • First of all, sit in any comfortable seating posture and place the hands with palm pointing upwards on the thighs.
  • Meditation postures like PadmasanaSiddhasanaSwastikasana,  Vajrasana, etc. are ideal for the practice of mudras.
  • Close your eyes and take some deep breaths with the awareness of the breathing process.
  • Place your right hand over the left hand. Now put the left thumb on the fingers of the right hand. After this, put the thumb of the right hand over the left thumb.
  • Look at the picture.
  • All fingers should be keep extended as much as possible.
  • Removing all thoughts from the mind has to focus the mind only on OM Meditation.
  • In addition, it should be practice with both hands simultaneously.
  • Do not decrease or increase the speed of breath from your side.
  • Perform this pose for 35 minutes at a stretch every day or for 10 to 12 minutes three times a day.
  • After this, practice putting your left hand on top of the right hand.

Benefits of Naga Mudra

This mudra is beneficial for the body in many ways, it helps in curing various types of diseases, let us know the benefits of Naga mudra in detail.

  • This hand gesture is used to overcome life’s obstacles and develop clarity.
  • It can help relieve anxiety and stress.
  • With the regular practice of Naga Mudra, it is possible to face spiritual growth and challenges.

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