Today’s article is about Mahavedha Mudra. In this article, you will be able to know that what is the method and benefits of doing Mahavedha Mudra? What precautions should be taken while doing this mudra? So let’s start –
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Many people consider Mahavedha Mudra to be the ‘Tadan’ practice of Kriya Yoga. But this currency is a little different from that. The purpose of doing Mahavedha Mudra is to channelize the prana obtained from Mahamudra and Maha Bandha in the right path. Mahavedha Mudra is the practice of Hatha Yoga. Before doing this, one should acquire proficiency in Padmasana. Because without getting proficiency in Padmasana it cannot be done properly.
- First of all, sit in Padmasana and relax the whole body by closing the eyes.
- Now place the palms on the ground next to the thighs.
- Keep the fingers of the hand in front or tie a fist.
- Keep both the arms straight and relaxed.
- Now take slow and deep breaths in through the nostrils.
- Hold your breath in and practice a variation of the action of Jalandhara Bandha.
- Keeping the arms straight, but the entire weight of the body on the hands and raise the body.
- Keeping your awareness on the Muladhara Chakra, slowly drop and lift your buttocks on the ground three times.
- In this action, keep the spine straight and apply Jalandhara Bandha.
- The back of your thighs and the buttocks should touch the ground together.
- Now rest the buttocks on the ground, then open the Jalandhar bandha and exhale slowly.
- This completed one cycle of mudra.
- Allow the breathing to return to normal, then repeat the exercise.
Breathing while doing Mahavedha Mudra:
Before applying Jalandhara Bandha in this posture, inhale the breath. While raising and lowering the buttocks, hold your breath inside. At the end of the exercise, when the buttocks come down and the Jalandhar bandha is removed, then exhale.
Duration to perform Mahavedha Mudra:
In the beginning, Mahavedha Mudra should be practiced for 3 cycles. When practiced for a few months, it can be maximized to 11 chakras.
Awareness while doing Mudra:
While doing this mudra, your physical reflexes should be on keeping the spine straight and the buttocks and thighs touching the ground together. Must be spiritually on the Muladhara chakra.
The sequence of doing Mudra:
Mahavedha mudra should be practiced only after Mahamudra and Mahabheda mudra. Because the Mahavedha Mudra is done to make the prana obtained from Mahamudra and Maha Bandha flow in the right path.
- While doing this mudra, the buttocks should not slam too hard on the ground.
- To avoid this, thick blankets can be placed under the buttocks.
Limitations of doing Mudra:
This Mudra should not be practiced if there is any kind of inflammation and infection around the pelvic region of the person.
- This mudra is a powerful practice for Kundalini awakening.
- Mahavedha Mudra is helpful in making the mind introvert and awakening the supersensory abilities.
- The pineal gland gets activated by regular practice of this mudra.
- This Mudra stimulates the endocrine system.
- By doing this mudra, the pituitary gland is uncontrolled and there is the regular secretion of hormones.
- The symptoms of old age are reduced by doing Mudra.