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“Yoga” is a form of art practiced by yogis (Hindu monks) all over the world. yoga refers to specific mudras and attitudes. Mudras help in creating a balance between the five elements and enhance the smooth energy flow in the human body. mudra is known as “energy seal”, This has been the practice of our ancestors for years. Some yoga mudras are comfortable for us.
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Arham Health Retreat - DURGA MUDRA (Anti-Panic, relieves fears, and strengthens prana)  Durga symbolises powerful Shakti, she is originally manifested form of Mother Parvati as Adi-Parashakti. She is the warrior form of Goddess, whose mythology centres around combating evils and demonic forces that threaten peace, prosperity, and Dharma ‘the power of good over evil’. Durga means "the inaccessible" or "the invincible”. Durga Mudra helps to dissolve negative energies (illusions), it works powerfully as anti-panic. it is said to help protect misery and eliminate suffering to brings happiness, lighten the head. It recharges/energise the mind and body. Goddess Durga is a protector, comforter and nurturer. It protects the universe and all within it from evil. Durga Mudra helps one to be courageous, fearless and confident.  Other Name for Durga Mudra: Dourgi Mudra  Method of doing Durga Mudra: This Mudra can be done two ways, first is seated and other is standing. 1) Seated : Sit in Padmasana, Ardh Padmasana or Sukhasana. Keep your back straight. Use woollen carpet (or wood, Durva grass, wooden or a floor made up of cow dung) to prevent the radiations coming out of the floor. This Mudra is anti-panic. Cross thumb under curled index finger on each hand (On the Physical level the thumb is energetically connected with spleen, and thus with the earth element). Place both the hands on lap, palm facing downwards (as shown in the picture). Breath deeply (not forcefully) and focus on third eye, do it for five minutes before starting Pranayams. The Durga Mudra simultaneously creates courage and calm down your negative mind. It invokes the feminine energy which protects from all negative influences. 2) Standing : Stand strong with slightly bent knees. Make fists with both hands and put them in front of you (your chest). do deep breathing and observe breath mindfully.  Durga Mantra : “Om Dum Durgayei Namaha” The word “Dum” in the mantra is the ‘Bija’ (seed) sound for the energy of protection.  Duration for Durga Mudra: Hold this Mudra for 5 minutes in seating posture and 5 to 15 minutes in standing posture. It has best effect if practiced before pranayams. This Mudra helps the healing processes, regardless the state nor the type of disease. Use the power of Durga Mudra to address physical and mental fatigue. Regular practice is believed to help keep one protected from negative energies and energised.  Benefits of practicing Durga Mudra: • Drives away fear and Panic • Fosters courage and calms the spirit • Makes one feel secure • Strengthens primal trust • Energises the body • Strengthens prana • Promotes self confidence • Relieves stress • Calms the mind and protects from negative influences • Benefits the spleen and its functions • This Mudra is also useful when you are experiencing exhaustion, Panic attacks and depression. You can use it when you are feeling drained because of long periods of tension or strain. No matter what kind of healing you need, Durga Mudra is incredibly powerful.  If you feel this information is useful, please ‘like’ and ‘comment’. Don’t forget to share the goodness of our page with your friends, family and groups. Join ARHAM to bring back organic lifestyle: https://www.facebook.com/Arham-Detox-for-Body-mind-soul-38…/ ~ Team ARHAM - Detox your mind-body-soul.  #mudra #meditation #dhyana #healing #Satishji #Sri #Detox #spiritual #happiness #peace #calm #tension #stress #guidance #buddhist #love #blessings #awareness #happiness #bliss #baldness #Hairfall #ayurveda | Facebook
Arham Health Retreat - DURGA MUDRA (Anti-Panic, relieves fears, and strengthens prana) Durga symbolises powerful Shakti, she is originally manifested form of Mother Parvati as Adi-Parashakti. She is the warrior form of Goddess, whose mythology centres around combating evils and demonic forces that threaten peace, prosperity, and Dharma ‘the power of good over evil’. Durga means "the inaccessible" or "the invincible”. Durga Mudra helps to dissolve negative energies (illusions), it works powerfully as anti-panic. it is said to help protect misery and eliminate suffering to brings happiness, lighten the head. It recharges/energise the mind and body. Goddess Durga is a protector, comforter and nurturer. It protects the universe and all within it from evil. Durga Mudra helps one to be courageous, fearless and confident. Other Name for Durga Mudra: Dourgi Mudra Method of doing Durga Mudra: This Mudra can be done two ways, first is seated and other is standing. 1) Seated : Sit in Padmasana, Ardh Padmasana or Sukhasana. Keep your back straight. Use woollen carpet (or wood, Durva grass, wooden or a floor made up of cow dung) to prevent the radiations coming out of the floor. This Mudra is anti-panic. Cross thumb under curled index finger on each hand (On the Physical level the thumb is energetically connected with spleen, and thus with the earth element). Place both the hands on lap, palm facing downwards (as shown in the picture). Breath deeply (not forcefully) and focus on third eye, do it for five minutes before starting Pranayams. The Durga Mudra simultaneously creates courage and calm down your negative mind. It invokes the feminine energy which protects from all negative influences. 2) Standing : Stand strong with slightly bent knees. Make fists with both hands and put them in front of you (your chest). do deep breathing and observe breath mindfully. Durga Mantra : “Om Dum Durgayei Namaha” The word “Dum” in the mantra is the ‘Bija’ (seed) sound for the energy of protection. Duration for Durga Mudra: Hold this Mudra for 5 minutes in seating posture and 5 to 15 minutes in standing posture. It has best effect if practiced before pranayams. This Mudra helps the healing processes, regardless the state nor the type of disease. Use the power of Durga Mudra to address physical and mental fatigue. Regular practice is believed to help keep one protected from negative energies and energised. Benefits of practicing Durga Mudra: • Drives away fear and Panic • Fosters courage and calms the spirit • Makes one feel secure • Strengthens primal trust • Energises the body • Strengthens prana • Promotes self confidence • Relieves stress • Calms the mind and protects from negative influences • Benefits the spleen and its functions • This Mudra is also useful when you are experiencing exhaustion, Panic attacks and depression. You can use it when you are feeling drained because of long periods of tension or strain. No matter what kind of healing you need, Durga Mudra is incredibly powerful. If you feel this information is useful, please ‘like’ and ‘comment’. Don’t forget to share the goodness of our page with your friends, family and groups. Join ARHAM to bring back organic lifestyle: https://www.facebook.com/Arham-Detox-for-Body-mind-soul-38…/ ~ Team ARHAM - Detox your mind-body-soul. #mudra #meditation #dhyana #healing #Satishji #Sri #Detox #spiritual #happiness #peace #calm #tension #stress #guidance #buddhist #love #blessings #awareness #happiness #bliss #baldness #Hairfall #ayurveda | Facebook