Mudras allow us to properly channel energy through our bodies, as well as facilitate the achievement of numerous objectives, such as physical and emotional healing.
Fold the little finger of your right hand until the tip touches the base of your thumb and put a slight pressure on your finger with your left thumb. The left hand should hold the right hand gently from below.
Practice as you need or 3 times a day for 15 minutes.
The Varuna Mudra should be practiced whenever an excess of Mucus stomach or lungs.
Mucus can build up in the front breasts, lungs, and entire digestive tract, from the stomach to the large intestine. Most allergic reactions are, in short, mucus caused by certain irritants.
When you have a cold, you also "are up to your nose." In our case it is entirely true, but since we realized, we can do something to avoid it (we reduced our work quota and our obligations). Mucus, regardless of the part of the body where they appear, is also somewhat related to altered nerves, tensions and inner concerns, triggered by overload, time scarcity, anger or fears.
Therefore, apart from the practice of Varuna Mudra, it is always to be proposed a new life plan. In most cases it is good that the people around us also participate in it. Tasks and obligations may need to be divided between the couple, the children and the parents. People who often have mucus are over-responsible and they think it's all up to them or that they have to do it alone.
- To enhance beauty.
- It removes impurities from the blood.
- Restores moisture to the skin.
- Painful cramps.