Mudra means “seal,” “gesture,” or “mark.” Yoga mudras are symbolic gestures often practiced with the hands and fingers. They facilitate the flow of energy in the subtle body and enhance one's journey within.
Yoga mudras are the symbolic hand, eyes & body gestures that are based on the principle of Ayurveda to heal and redirects energy in the different organs of the body.
Yoga Mudras, along with being a part of Yoga, are also a part of rituals in different traditions like Hinduism and Buddhism. Mudras in yoga are practices in conjunction with Pranayama and Meditation to redirects the flow of life-force (Prana).
The universe is made of five elements, and each of the five fingers is represented by one of these elements. The thumb represents the fire, as well as universal consciousness. The index finger represents air and individual consciousness.
The middle finger represents akasha or connection. The ring finger represents earth, and the little finger the element of water. When these five elements are not in balance, we can experience disease in the body. Mudras are one way of creating a balance between all of these elements within us. Read on and attune yourself with some of these common mudras.
After getting the positive report for Covid-19, the patient is advised to be home quarantine and eat a healthy diet with regular light exercise.
The below-mentioned ayurvedic treatment for Covid-19 patients was effective in the symptomatic relief of Covid-19 (fever, dyspnea, anorexia, fatigue, anosmia, and dysgeusia).
Our Ayurvedic medicines have immunity strengthening herbs like Karanja, God anti (bhasam), Guduchi, apamarga, Daru Haridra, sanjeevini ghanvati, chirayata, sanjivani Vati, Kotaki, mrityunjaya rasa, Tribhuvan Kriti Rasa, and tulsi.
For dinacharya, you wake up early in the morning, brush your teeth, drink lukewarm water, and then do Pranayama and Yoga Excercise.
There is a package of eight pranayama exercises: Kapala Bhati, Utjayi, Bhastrika, Utgeet, Anuloma Viloma, Brahmari, and finally Sheetali and Sheetkari. Just by doing the pranayamas, we can strengthen our immune system including our respiratory system and our pranavaha srotas. Rasa vaha srotas, our lymphatic system will be cleansed, and that way we can boost our energy. This will maintain the balance of Ojas (immunity, strength), Tejas (digestion both subtle and gross), and prāna (vital life force).
Start each Mudra session by "washing" your hands (rub your hands against each other about 10 times, hold hands before your Navel Chakra) this will help energy to flow in your hands.
To perform Dhyani Mudra, place both hands like bowls in your lap, with the left hand on top and two thumb-tips touching.
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