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7 Days 7 Mudras Day 5 Prithvi Mudra

The prithvi mudra is considered to be a very powerful mudra that is capable of healing many ailments, some of which include chronic fatigue, osteoporosis, weight loss, convalescence or paralysis, burning sensations throughout the body, ulcers, and nail, hair or skin issues.

When used as part of a spiritual practice, the prithvi mudra is thought to influence the muladhara (root) chakra, which governs the individual’s sense of stability, rootedness and security. This chakra is also associated with instincts and one’s primal nature.

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7 Days 7 Mudras Day 3 Yoni Mudra

YONI MUDRA Yoni represents the womb, the creative potential of existence. It is a classical meditation mudra and enhances creativity, receptivity, detachment and equanimity. It helps you in redirecting your attention inward and brings spiritual calmness, balance and peace to the heart and mind. The Yoni Mudra helps in quieting the mind. Practicing this helps your nervous […]

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7 Days 7 Mudras Day 2 Prana Mudra

PRANA MUDRA Prana mudra activates inactive energy in your body. The gesture symbolizes the vital life force energy, which in Sanskrit is called prana. Prana is the dynamic life force within all living things. This hand seal encourages the flow of energy, which in turn helps awaken and attune the vital life force to make […]

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7 Days 7 Mudras

WHAT ARE MUDRAS AND WHY ARE THEY POWERFUL? In Sanskrit, mudra means “seal”, “mark” or “gesture.” Mudras are gestures (often of the hands but in Sattva Yoga we also use mudras of the eyes and tongue, and other body techniques). Mudras act as psychic energy seals that create energetic shifts in the mental, physical and […]

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Mantra Your Base Chakra 

Mantras are specific sounds which have long been used to activate the chakras by chanting the sound that resonates to the particular chakra vibration. Sound is probably THE most powerful way to activate and balance your chakra system. When I was in India I visited an ayurvedic doctor who prescribed mantra meditation for me. He noticed my base/root chakra […]

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Mantra Your Heart Chakra 

The Sanskrit name for the heart chakra is Anahata or ‘un-struck’ – in the Indian Vedic tradition there are two kinds of sounds, and ‘unstruck’ means an inner resonance or subtle vibration that is perceived through the heart centre. The heart is the place of the awakened self. Here we move from group consciousness, defined by […]

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