Mudras: Pushan-Mudra

One Wednesday more we dedicate a space to talk about mudras. This third installment is dedicated to the Sun God Pushan, who is also the God of power.

pushas mudra

These two mudras are used as remedy of emergency or in the case of chronic disorders. They practiced 4 times a day for 5 minutes.

Version 1

In this mudra, the gesture of a hand symbolizes take, receive, and the gesture of the other let flow, deliver and detachment. Both should be consistent in digestion. It influences the energy flows that are responsible for ingestion and assimilation of food and defecation. Returns the deeper breathing, and therefore also increases the supply of oxygen and the exchange of carbon dioxide in the lungs. It acts to relax the solar plexus, i.e., on the area of the stomach, liver, spleen and gallbladder, regulates energy in the vegetative nervous system, mobilizes the energies of defecation and detoxifies. It acts in magnificent form on widespread or acute nausea, dizziness, the flatulence and satiety after food.

Right hand: join the tips of the thumb, index and middle finger, while the other fingers remain extended.

Left hand: join the tips of the thumb, middle finger and the ring, while the other fingers remain extended.

Version 2

Thanks to the combination of energies of the thumb, ring and pinkie, end processes of digestion and defecation are intensely activated. This mudra can be considered a bomb of energy in general. It stimulates brain function, which has also been scientifically proven. Thanks to the position of the fingers of the right hand, turns the power of the pelvis, as if it were a few embers which will revive. With the position of the fingers of the left hand, the detached power is driven upward. This influence in a positive way in each organ, moods and mental processes (concentration, memory, logic, enthusiasm, etc).

Right hand: join the tips of the thumb, the ring and the little finger, while the other fingers remain extended.

Left hand: same as in version 1.

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By • 10 Apr, 2013 • section: Practice