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The seventh wheel cures all diseases; has eight forces such as the force to subdue; has its mysteries; and bears the mystic mark of the khechari.
Originally posted by D1ss1dent
Put your palms up and join the distal phalange of the thumb with the distal phalange of the little, ring, middle and index fingers. Do this with each hand. This Mudra is in direct relation with Udana vayu.
From the Pranagnihotra Upanishad:
The offering to Prana is made with the little finger and the thumb. With the ring finger and the thumb is made the offering to Apana. With the middle finger and the thumb is made that to Vyana, with all fingers is the offering made to Udana and with the forefinger and the thumb is made the offering to Samana.
Udana is located in the head region as well as the limbs, between the shoulders and the fingertips, and from the hips down to the toes. It is associated with the motor and sensory nervous system. Udana controls an immense amount of energy. It coordinates and activates the nervous system, moves the limbs of the body and receives and categorizes the different sensory inputs from the external world. Udana is connected intimately with the functions of the five senses, eyes, nose, mouth, ears and touch. If this prana becomes weak or disturbed, we find it difficult to coordinate, balance and integrate our sensory and motor nerves.
By mastering udana, one of the five currents of prana, chiefly connected with vertical motion, the yogin makes his body essentially impervious to external influences, including the presence of gravity and the inevitability of death.
Originally posted by orrite??
Know any mudras to heal epilepsy?
Originally posted by atzmaz
I'm curious to see images of the others you talk about, is there any link to what they look like? I have a great book of mudras as well and if you can at least provide names of them I can look them up...