Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Benefits and Steps of Prana Mudra

The Prana Mudra is single of the most vital mudras as it helps to turn on the inactive energy in the body. It is found in the nostrils, face, heart and respiratory organs. It covers the space till the navel.

Prana Mudra Step by Step: Here are the steps that you should follow to perform the Prana Mudra:

  • ·     The Prana Mudra should ideally be performed while sitting down in meditative posture such as the Padma Asana (Lotus Pose) or while standing up straight in the Tada Asana or Mountain Pose. However, it can be performed any time that you need a quick pick-me-up.
  • ·     Keep your eyes closed and focus on your breath.
  • ·     Bring your hands up to your sides.
  • ·     Touch the tips of your ring finger and little finger to your thumb.
  • ·     The index and middle finger should be pointed straight.
  • ·     Feel the life force as it rushes through your body.

Effect: Joining the finger tips balancing these elements results in increasing stamina, vitality, strength and immunity. While practicing meditation along with this Mudra, the whole body feels the vibration. Practicing this Mudra makes a person mentally and physically strong.


·        Chronic fatigue, general debility, low endurance
·        Impaired immunity
·        Mental tension
·        Inflammatory disorders
·        Forgetfulness
·        Scanty, burning, urination
·        Burning red, dry eyes
·        To cure insomnia
·        It decreases nervousness moreover improve self-confidence.

Time Duration: The Prana Mudra should be practiced for 15 to 30 minutes.

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