Friday, 8 September 2017

Surabhi Mudra: Steps and Benefits – Mudra Science

Kamadhenu is the divine cow who dwells in heaven and grants all our wishes. Surabhi is the daughter of the divine cow Kamadhenu. Like the mother she also grants our prayers and she secretes nectar from her udders. This Mudra represents the four udders of Surabhi  Mudra.

How to Do:
  •       Bring the tip of the ring finger of each hand to touch the tip of the little finger of the other hand.
  • ·     Now touch the tip of the index finger to the tip of the middle finger of the other hand.
  • ·     Your thumbs should be gently touching each other. You are now in the Surabhi Mudra.

Effect: Thumbs kept apart help reduce the fire. The joining of the tips of middle and index fingers and joining of the tips of ring fingers and little fingers remove the problems of bile and gout and rheumatism. As the eight fingers come together they activate a number of nerve centers and glands especially Adrenaline, Pituitary and Pineal.

Benefits:

·    The Surabhi Mudra is considered to be the most powerful of mudras.
·    It helps the practitioner utilize the power of all the elements.
·     It helps to instill mental peace and tranquility and also helps to improve concentration.
·     In addition, regular practice of the Surabhi Mudra also helps to improve the functioning of the digestive system and helps provide relief from stomach ailments.
·     Desires and dreams are realized
·     With Gayathri Japa, this Mudra improves the ‘Aura’ of the body.


Time Duration: You should perform this Mudra daily for at least 30 to 45 minutes.

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