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VAJROLI MUDRA



In Hatha Yoga, this is an essential Yogic Kriya. To achieve complete success in this Kriya, you would need to put in a lot of effort. 

This act is performed by a small number of individuals who are specialists in it. Yogic students draw water first from a silver tube (specially made catheter) inserted 12 inches into the urethra.

They draw milk after enough practice, then oil, honey, and so on. In the end, they drew mercury. 

They will be able to pull these liquids straight into the urethra without the need of the silver conduit in the future. This Kriya is extremely beneficial for maintaining complete Brahmacharya. 

The catheter can only be inserted into the urethra for one inch on the first day, two inches on the second day, three inches on the third day, and so on.

You'll need to practice before you can send 12 inches of the catheter inside. The path opens up and becomes smooth and winding. Raja Bhartrihari possessed exceptional dexterity in performing this Kriya.

Even a single drop of sperm cannot escape the Yogi who performs this Mudra. And if it has been discharged, he will reclaim it with this Mudra. Death is defeated by the Yogi who gathers and protects his sperm. His body emits a pleasant odor.

This Kriya was perfected by Varanasi's late Trilingaswami. This Mudra is taught by Sri Swami Kuvalayanandaji of Lonavala.

Mayurasana is also known as Vajroli Mudra. Yoni Mudra is another name for Vajroli Mudra. Yoni Mudra, on the other hand, is defined separately.

The aim of Vajroli Mudra is to achieve perfection in Brahmacharya. When aspirants use this Mudra, their minds are unwittingly diverted to sexual centers, and they are unable to achieve success. 

When you read the definition of this Mudra, it will become clear that strict Brahmacharya is needed. There is no need for a woman or other physical contact in order to practice this. 

Since the Grihasthas have wives and believe that Vajroli Mudra is a birth-control system, they have a strong desire to practice this Mudra. They haven't grasped the strategy or the intent of this crucial Kriya.

Mula Bandha, Maha Bandha, Maha Mudra, Asanas, Pranayamas, and other yoga practices can automatically help you learn and succeed at Vajroli. This must be carried out under the supervision of a Guru.


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MAHA VEDHA



Take a seat in the Maha Bandha role. 

Slowly draw in a breath. Keep your breath. 

Place your head on your stomach. 

Place the palms of your hands on the deck. 

The body should be supported by the palms. 

Slowly raise the buttocks and softly pound them against the pavement. 

When raising the buttocks, the Asana must be intact and strong. 

This Kriya eliminates death and decay. The Yogi gains mental control and defeats death. Maha Mudra, Maha Bandha, and Maha Vedha have very little in common. They resemble three phases of a single workout.


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MAHA BANDHA



The Maha Mudra is the first step in this process. 

With the left heel, press the anus. Place your right foot on top of your left thigh. 

The anus and perineum muscles should be contracted. Apana Vayu should be drawn upwards. 

Slowly draw in a deep breath and hold it in Jalandhara Bandha for as long as you can. 

Then slowly exhale. Start on the left side and work your way to the right. 


The Bandha is the destroyer of death and decay. Many of the Yogi's wishes are fulfilled, and he gains Siddhis.


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MAHA MUDRA


This is the most critical Mudra of them all. As a result, it is known as the ‘Maha Mudra.' With the left heel, gently press the anus. 

The right leg should be stretched out. Two hands can be used to grasp the toe. Inhale deeply and hold your breath. 

Firmly press the head against the stomach (Jalandhara Bandha). 

Fix your gaze behind your brows (Bhrumadhya Drishti). Maintain the pose for as long as you can, then gently exhale. Start from the left leg and work your way to the right.

Consumption, haemorrhoids or masses, spleen enlargement, indigestion, Gulma (chronic gastritis), leprosy, constipation, fever, and all other ailments are all cured with this remedy. 


The length of life is lengthened. It bestows wonderful Siddhis on those who practice it. The Yogi typically performs Maha Mudra, Maha Bandha, and Maha Vedha. 

This is an excellent mix. Then only the greatest rewards are obtained. This can be done six times a day, in the morning and evening.


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YOGA MUDRA



Take a seat in Padmasana. Place the palms of your hands on your heels. 

Exhale slowly and lean over, the nose touching the ground. 

You can breathe normally if you hold the pose for a long time. 

Alternatively, return to the same location and inhale. 

You should take your hands to the back instead of holding them on your heels. 

In the right hand, grasp the left wrist. This posture heals all types of abdominal problems.


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JALANDHARA BANDHA




Tighten your throat muscles. Firmly press the head against the stomach. At the end of Puraka and the beginning of Kumbhaka, this Bandha is performed. 

This Bandha is usually performed only during Kumbhaka.

The nectar that exudes from the Sahasrara Chakra through the hole in the palate is consumed by the gastric fire, which is located in the Nabhi area. 

This Bandha keeps the nectar from being eaten in this manner.


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UDDIYANA BANDHA



The Sanskrit word "Uddiyana" is derived from the root words "ut" and "di," which mean "to fly up."

Prana rises from the Sushumna Nadi as this Bandha is performed. As a result, the name is meaningful.

Expel the air from the lungs with a strong and forcible exhalation. When you forcefully exhale from your mouth, your lungs will become absolutely hollow. 

Now contract and draw the intestines above and below the navel into the rear of the body, so that the appendix lies against the back of the body high up in the thoracic cavity. Uddiyana Bandha is my name. 

This is done at the end of Kumbhaka and at the start of Rechaka. The diaphragm, the muscular part between the thoracic cavity and the belly, is elevated and the abdominal muscles are pulled backwards as you do this Bandha. 

This exercise is simple to do if you bend your trunk forward. The first stage of Nauli Kriya is Uddiyana Bandha. If you want to practice Nauli Kriya, you should be familiar with Uddiyana Bandha. Nauli Kriya is usually performed while standing. 

In either a sitting or standing position, Uddiyana Bandha may be practiced. Keep your hands on your thighs while seated, as seen in the example.

This exercise is extremely beneficial in maintaining Brahmacharya. It bestows on the practitioner beautiful fitness, power, vigour, and stamina. It acts as a potent gastro-intestinal tonic when mixed with Nauli Kriya. 

This are the Yogin's two powerful arms in the fight against constipation, intestinal peristalsis, and other alimentary canal disorders. You will manipulate and massage all of the abdominal muscles with only these two Yogic Kriyas. 

Nothing beats Uddiyana Bandha and Nauli for abdominal exercises. Of all physical fitness programs, they are special and unrivaled. Uddiyana and Nauli have effected a rapid, comprehensive, and marvellous cure in chronic stomach and intestine diseases where all other medicines have failed.

Mula Bandha, Jalandhara Bandha, and Uddiyana Bandha can be combined wonderfully in Pranayama. Bandha-Traya is the name of the character.

Uddiyana Bandha helps to lose belly fat. Uddiyana Bandha can perform wonders in situations where Marienbud weight loss pills have crashed. 

People who eat a lot of ghee and drink a lot of water will be able to do Uddiyana if they miss eating it. Fatty people should dress for the practice of Uddiyana Bandha by walking to Kedar-Badri or Mount Kailas.


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