Monday, 30 April 2012


Sitting in Padma Asana, fold your palms together comfortably behind your back, or touch elbows with opposite hands.

Your chin should touch the chest. In this position, exhale and bend forward so that your forehead touches the ground.

After being in this position for a few minutes, inhale, and raise your head once more and sit erect.
If Padma Asana is difficult, sit cross-legged in Sukh Asana and practice this mudra.

You can be in this mudra for a few minutes if you can or do this five times, for 30 seconds each time.

If you cannot touch the ground with your forehead, try to go down as far as possible and then let go for now. Soon you will be able to perform this asana/mudra perfectly.
Contraindication: if there has been a recent operation in abdominal region, do not perform this mudra for 4 to 6 months.

Prevents constipation and improves digestion.
Removes the rheumatic pains in knees and cures gout. It also helps in flat feet cases. Persons suffering from advanced arthritis should practice this mudra moderately, because pains may appear.
The liver and spleen begin to work well.
Diabetes is cured.
Any germs in the lungs will be eradicated.
For women, menstrual disorders will go away.
Cures hunchback and removes the abdominal fat.

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