La Kundalinera practicing Prana Mudra - Prayer Pose ♡
How:

  • The palms of both hands and fingers are completely touching.
  • The outer edge of the mound of the thumb is pressed into the sternum.

 

Effect:

  • Neutralizes the positive side of the body (right, sun, masculine) with the negative side (left, moon, feminine).
     

There is a science to using Pranam Mudra (Prayer Mudra).

There is a polarity in the body between the right side, the pingala, and left side, the ida. When you put the right and left hands together, you are neutralizing the positive and negative polarities of the electromagnetic field. This action creates a neutral space in the electromagnetic field.

 

  • The position of the knuckles of the thumbs – in the notch of the breastbone – is a reflex point for the vagus nerve, one of the major nerves going to the pineal gland up the front the body. Research on the vagus nerve has revealed that it is involved in our feelings of compassion, empathy, and goodness.
  • This pressure immediately causes the pineal and pituitary glands to secrete, creating a resonance in the brain that moves it out of its normal rhythm to a meditative state.
  • This allows one’s prayer to come from the heart.

ENJOY!

Prana Mudra - Prayer Pose, La Kundalinera:.

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