Bhudi Mudra, Yoga - Informative & researched article on Bhudi Mudra, Yoga
 Indianetzone: Largest Free Encyclopedia of India with thousand of articlesYoga


in  
 Art & Culture|Entertainment|Health|Reference|Sports|Society|Travel
Forum  | Free E-magazine  | RSS Feeds  
Ayurveda|Homeopathy|Meditation|Naturopathy|Yoga
Home > Health > Yoga > Mudra > Types of Mudras > Bhudi Mudra
Bhudi Mudra, Yoga
Bhudi mudra is a hand posture practised for fifteen minutes every day to maintain fluid balance. .
 
 Bhudi Mudra, YogaBhudi mudra also called "fluid mudra" is preferred as it helps to restore or maintain equilibrium in the fluid balance of the body. Bhudi is also spelled and pronounced as bhuddi, bhudy, bhuddy and buddhi. This mudra is effective against pyelitis. More than eighty percent of human body is water and it is essential to maintain the right water balance of the body. This mudra can be used against a dry mouth, eyes that are too dry and burning, or disorders in the kidney and bladder area.

Steps of Bhudi Mudra
The steps of this mudra are very simple but it is advisable to consult with a doctor before performing the exercise on a regular basis. The process of Bhudi mudra is to place the tip of one`s thumb and little finger together. The little finger is associated with the sacrum and contains the element of water. The other fingers are extended in a relaxed way. This can be performed with each hand. Bhudi mudra can be practiced three times a day for fifteen minutes as a course of treatment. People with problems like dry mouth, dry lips, dry throat, dry skin, dry eyes, burning sensation in the urine can practice this mudra for 10-15 minutes or as when needed.

Benefits of Bhudi Mudra
Bhudi mudra ensures various health benefits to the practitioner. The key benefits are as follows: * Bhudi mudra helps maintain the fluid balance in the body.
* It also improves the sense of taste
* It is helpful for people with deficiency of water element.
* It tones up and strengthens the kidney and encourages the bladder to function properly.
* It helps oneself to get the booty shaking.
* It calms the mind and helps to get rid of negative thoughts.
* It improves concentration and meditation power.
* It helps oneself to connect with innermost feelings.
* It improves belief, spirit, touch sensation, feeling and intuition.


Caution about Bhudi Mudra
* People who have problem like Kapha Constitution (heavy, slow, laid back attitude, excess mucous) should not practice this mudra. * It is advisable to avoid bhudi mudra if one faces problems like cough, cold and sinusitis.

(Last Updated on : 22/09/2014)
More Articles in Types of Mudras  (62)
Recently Updated Articles in Yoga
Balasana
Balasana or the `child pose` is a restful cultural asana that is often sequenced between the stressful asanas. It relaxes both the body and mind.
Thought Vibration
Just as there are waves of heat, light, electricity and energy, the presence of some thought waves are also there. Thought has tremendous power. The power of thought vibration depends on the level of concentration.
Breathing and concentration in Yoga Asanas
Breathing and concentration in Yoga Asanas comprise the restrained breathing and meditative practices associated with their application.
Shankh Mudra
Shankh Mudra, which is a type of Hatha Yoga, can be practiced for its curative and therapeutic value, also used for solving problems related to throat.
Bakasana
Bakasana, or the crane pose, is a cultural asana where the practitioner balances on his arms, mimicing the poise of a crane.
E-mail this Article | Post a Comment
Forum
Forum on Yoga
Free E-magazine
Subscribe to Free E-Magazine on Health
 
 
Bhudi Mudra, Yoga - Informative & researched article on Bhudi Mudra, Yoga
Sitemap
Contact Us   |   RSS Feeds
Copyright © 2008 Jupiter Infomedia Ltd. All rights reserved including the right to reproduce the contents in whole or in part in any form or medium without the express written permission of
Jupiter Infomedia Ltd.