Maha Vedha Mudra – Meaning, Method Of Doing, Benefits

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By Dr Raghuram Y.S. MD (Ay) & Dr Manasa, B.A.M.S

Maha Vedha Mudra translated to the great penetrating gesture, is an advanced level gesture which can be performed by only those yogis who are practicing it for long time.

Meaning

Maha = great
Vedha = piercing / penetrating
Mudra = gesture / seal / pose / mark

This gesture activates the root chakra and also the Kundalini energy located in it. This is also said to be an Adhara Mudra i.e. perineum gesture practice.
Read – Mudra – The Science Of Gesture: Benefits, Types, How To Practice

Procedure

  • Sit comfortably on a yoga mat. You can start with padmasana i.e. lotus pose.
  • Breathe in slowly and deeply so as to relax your body.
  • Close your eyes. This will help you focus on the gesture.
  • Place the palms of both hands on the floor beside your thighs.
  • The fingers should be pointing forward. Alternatively make…

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