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Mudra of the Month: Mudra For a Calm, Patient, & Centered Mind & Heart...

Mudra means "To Please", and is a way to invoke the unseen forces for health and happiness. You can literally manifest your destiny with the palm of your hands. Mudras are a type of sign language to the angelic realm. Every day, hire the angels of Light and fire the angels of darkness with Mudra Therapy.

The month of August is the 8th month of the year, and connected to the planetary influences of Saturn. Saturn reminds us to rest in our strengths and take time to get centered in order to show up as our best self in life. It is the great teacher of higher knowledge and wisdom. In order to slow down the mind enough to get centered and connected to the Light within, this hand posture can be used with breath work and/or mantra.

Gyan Mudra is known historically to be one of the most powerful mudras for the brain, the mind, and the spirit-ego relationship. Prayer pose is a centering, calming, and harmonizing hand posture for the mind and heart. The solar plexus is the highly innervated nerve and chakra center that helps to activate the will power for ones highest and greatest good. With the right hand at the heart in a half prayer pose, we are activating the mind in harmony and balance with the heart. The left hand on the solar plexus brings the receiving side of the body in alignment with the will power. Projecting calm while receiving inner alignment with harmony and balance manifests a resilient, patient, centered, and calm mind-heart embodiment. Utilize this mudra all month long for inner strength and wisdom, and allow the Universe to bless you with a calm and centered mind and heart.

How To Get Into The Mudra:

1. Straighten the spine in a comfortable posture sitting, standing, or laying down.

2. Rub your hands together vigorously.

3. Bring your thumb and index finger tips together on both hands.

4. Bring your right hand at chest level in a half prayer pose.

5. Bring your left hand onto the solar plexus.

6. Relax your shoulders down and away from your ears.

7. Smile, breathe, and hold the mudra here for 3 - 11 minutes. Chanting the healing mantra "RaMaDaSaSaSaySoHung" or breathing a 3-Point Breath (See Below) is wonderful to do while holding any mudra.

3-Point Breath (Optional):

Inhale for a count of 20, Hold the breath for a count of 20, Exhale for a count of 20. Repeat this breath for 3 - 11 minutes to calm the mind and bring balance to the brain.


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