The Smiling Buddha Mudra for Negative Emotions like Depression, Worry, Fear, Anger, Impatience

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smiling Buddha yachnayoga

Sit comfortably on a chair or cross legged with your spine straight.

Bend you arms and place your elbows close to your body.

Maintain a 30 degree angle between the forearm and upper arm. Your forearms should be parallel to each other.

Now bend the little and ring fingers of both hands and press them down with the thumbs.

The index finger and middle finger are straight (comfortably straight for you not forced) and pointing upwards.

Close your eyes and focus your attention on the third eye region.

You may mentally chant Sa, Ta, Na, Ma (Infinity, Life, Death, Rebirth/Light)

Practice regularly for 10 minutes

This mudra opens the flow of energy to the heart and helps fight negative emotions like depression, worry, fear, anger, impatience

 

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. venkat ramana
    Nov 15, 2013 @ 00:54:13

    nice thanx

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  2. cristinafairydust
    Nov 18, 2013 @ 09:01:56

    Reblogged this on CH Fairy Dust.

    Reply

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