KIRAN ATMA: Brahma Mudra
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Yoga And Yoga Asanas - What Is Brahma Mudra?



The Apraakasha Bindu, the lower brain's respiratory center, is activated in its entirety by the use of a hand motion known as Brahma Mudra. 


  • We have the earliest term for breath in Sanskrit, which is also the word for God. "God is life." 
  • Try utilizing the Brahma Mudra after a few days of trying Maliz.t Yoga Pranayama, indicating the region with the palms of the hands.

Instructions:

  • First, the hands are clasped in the Adhi Mudra (Lesson V, Pg. A-17). 
  • Then, with the fingers turned upwards, the knuckles of the fingers where they connect the hand are pushed together, hand to hand. 
  • The hands must then be dropped down just below the diaphragm and in front of the navel. 
  • To hold the knuckles together and push the arms downwards at the elbow, some pressure may be required. 
  • Make sure your back is straight. 
  • Observe how the breath now comes from the low, mid, and upper chest in that order. As computed by the Respiratory Centre, this is the normal breathing sequence. 
  • On expiration, the breath will also leave the lower lungs first, then the middle, and finally the upper lungs. 

This Mudra's reflexogenie feedback helps to settle breathing and retrain the brain so that one-third of the breath is directed into each of the three regions of the lungs.


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