Mudra is a position special fingers and hands, which are used to establish the inner balance and healing. The word mudra is translated from Sanskrit as a gift of joy (mud – joy and ra – a gift). Mudra in Sanskrit also means “common” and “flow”, which means the free flow of energy needed to maintain internal balance and health. Speaking of mudras we are actually talking about a series of symbols or positions that serve to restore the body’s energy, and achieve optimal health.
it Found in various religious practices such as Buddhism and Hinduism, as well as countries with a rich cultural tradition, such as India, Japan, China, Tibet and Indonesia, and in Egyptian culture and Christianity.
Mudra – the language of wisdom
We can consider as the silent language mudras – gestures intended to allow the free flow of energy through the energy channels of the body. During the execution of a certain wise, the brain through nerve endings receives a unified finger and then act according to her message. Thus the body communicates with the mind in order to establish a natural balance. For this reason, the mudras various therapeutic and healing properties are attributed.
With the help of this method we can strengthen immunity, improve mood, provide a good night’s sleep, offset the loss of energy, concentration pulse, effectively get rid of physical or psychological pain, but much more than that.
The healing power of mudra
Numerous testimonies about the beneficial effects on health wise often attributed to the placebo effect, but this is not true.
One of the research on the brain, whose results were published in November 2009 in the Journal of the American Academy of Sciences, showed that during the performance of certain mudras trigger certain brain centers.
Consequently, many skeptics who have tried this system, while they do not believe in their effectiveness over time, were convinced otherwise.
Except for injuries and illnesses that require surgery, mudras can treat most known diseases.
How to mudras?
You can make mudra while sitting, standing or lying down, anywhere and when circumstances permit, for example, even while watching television, and even in society, on the beach or for a walk. lying position is particularly advantageous for people who can not get out of bed due to illness or after surgery.
However, relaxation in peace and tranquility in itself contributes greatly to the recovery and healing, so whenever you can, sit in a comfortable position, or assume a position of meditation, and select a prudent conduct with hands resting on your thighs.
is not necessary to press hard on the fingers – a light touch will be more than enough. Make the mudra with both hands simultaneously. Depending on conditions or illnesses, in this position go from 3-45 minutes. By performing mudras it is advisable to rely on inner feeling.
Sometimes it will be enough only a few minutes to feel improvement, sometimes you have to be persistent. In general, as well as with any other therapy, it is easier and transient symptoms requiring short daily treatment, in contrast to the more serious disorders and diseases, which are required to be treated in a journal in the total duration of 45 minutes.
Depending on the problem, improvement or healing will occur within one week to one month. The best results are obtained by performing a one-time 45 minutes, but unless you have the time or patience to do the mudra of 5, 10 or 15 minutes several times a day, up to a total duration of 45 minutes.
If desired, you can work harder and longer, which will accelerate the result, unless indicated in the instructions to carry out a maximum of 45 minutes per day. If desired or necessary, during the day, you can perform several different mudras.