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.
It's the month of November and the lunar, Divine Feminine forces are active through the 11/2 Moon vibration. It is the creative, intuitive, reflective time of manifestation. This month we are focusing on the reproductive system and healthy sexual organs. One of the most powerful mudras for reproductive health is this hand posture. It is an overall balancer of sexual energy, and can help harmonize most imbalances within this system. Whether it be infertility, erectile disorder, STD's, or specific sexual organ problems, it can be used to help heal the body.
To get into this mudra, the thumbs come to the base of the pinkies, which is a point that helps with fertility in reflexology. The ring fingers are crossed and pulled down by the index fingers, activating the healing frequencies and expansion of the Sun. Finally, the middle and pinky fingers are straightened so the energies of fire and water can flow in harmony. Together, the hands massage and stimulate all of the necessary points to help maximize the healing potential of the sexual organs.
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. With the palms facing up, bring the thumbs to the base of the pinkies on both hands.
4. Straighten the pinkies at a 90* angel.
5. Bring the middle fingers straight in front of the ring fingers.
6. Cross the ring fingers.
7. Use the index fingers to pull down on the tips of the ring fingers that are crossed.
8. Rest the mudra at the solar plexus, palm facing upward.
9. Relax your shoulders down and away from your ears.
10. 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.