If you have never been to Delhi, India, then you probably haven’t seen the giant golden hands mounted on the walls over the terminals. They’re stunning. The hands are arranged in different, intricate ways.
The ‘om’ position, in which the fingers and thumbs touch, is well known, but did you know that there are other hand positions that actually have a purpose and meaning?
Let’s talk about Mudra Hand Gestures! From India, these hand positions stimulate different parts of the body to relieve aches, pains, and other ailments.
You’re definitely going to want to incorporate these 8 mudra hand positions into your life. Which one do you think you can use most?
1. Gyan Mudra
This hand gesture can help lift your mood if you’ve been feeling down lately. The gesture is thought to increase the air element and inspire enthusiasm, increase creative thinking, and reduce laziness.
2. Vaayu Mudra
In my opinion, anxiety is the 21st century’s worst illness, so we should do everything we can to rid ourselves of it. Use this hand gesture to decrease the air element and reduce anxiety.
3. Aakash Mudra
The aim of this gesture is to increase the sense of space. You’ll get rid of fear, sadness, rage, and congestive problems by doing this.
4. Shunya Mudra
relieves ear pain by reducing the space element.
5. Prithvi Mudra
is the solution to tiredness and sore muscles. The earth element is increased and the fire element is reduced.
6. Surya Mudra
is the opposite of the previous hand gesture. It decreases the earth element while increasing the fire element. It’s perfect for those with thyroid gland malfunction.
7. Varun Mudra
Do this hand gesture and get rid of cramps, ache in the joints and arthritis. The gesture is intended to increase the water element.
8. Jal Shaamak Mudra
is considered to reduce the element of water. Those who suffer from watery eyes, runny noses, or excessive sweating will find it helpful.
By the way, isn’t this great and easy? You can do these hand gestures wherever you want. At home, at work, or in the park. Try it! There’s nothing to lose and plenty to gain.