YOGA LAMBIKA



Lambika Yoga is the practice of Khechari Mudra. The Mudra technique is described further down. He who does this Mudra would not be hungry or thirsty. He has the ability to walk into the clouds. This Yoga has a lot of challenges.

This is a tough Yoga pose. It must be learned under the guidance of an experienced Yogi Guru who has been practicing this Yoga for a long time and has achieved complete success.

Yogis keep it a secret. It bestows wonder
ful Siddhis, or abilities. It is very beneficial in terms of mind control.

He who has mastered this Mudra will experience neither hunger nor thirst. He has a good handle on his Prana.

The significant Mudras are Khechari Mudra, Yoni Mudra or Shanmukhi Mudra, Sambhavi Mudra, Asvini Mudra, Maha Mudra, and Yoga Mudra. Khechari Mudra is the most significant of these Mudras. It reigns supreme among the Mudras. Mudra is the Sanskrit word for "seal." It binds the mind and Prana together.

A Yogi has power of both his mind and his Prana.

Chhedan and Dohan are two important Kriyas in the Khechari Mudra.

Once a week, the frenum lingua, the lower half of the front portion of the tongue, is sliced to a hair's breadth with a sharp knife. After that, it's dusted with turmeric powder.

This has been going on for a while. Chhedan is my name.

After that, the Yogic student butters his tongue and lengthens it on a regular basis. He makes a motion with his tongue that resembles the act of milking a cow's udder. Dohan is my name.

The student folds the tongue, pulls it out, and seals the posterior part of the nostrils until it is long enough (it can meet the tip of the nose). He is now sitting and meditating. The breath comes to a full halt.

The cutting and lengthening of the tongue is not needed for certain people. They have a long tongue from birth.

The one who achieves perfection in this Mudra becomes a skywalker. This Siddhi, or strength, was possessed by Queen Chudala.

The practice of this Mudra will favor those who possess purity and other sacred virtues, are free of ambition, envy, and lust, and are endowed with dispassion, discrimination, and a deep desire or longing for salvation.

The Mudra assists the Yogi in burying himself under the earth.


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