The Garuda Mudra is one of the mudras that is exercised for alleviation of some diseases or internal troubles. Exercising Garuda Mudra activates the blood flow and the circulation. It also helps to alleviate exhaustion. For best result this mudra should be practiced three times a day for four minutes.
Both the thumbs are clasped and the hands are placed, the right on top of the left with the palms facing inwards, on the lower abdomen. This position should be held for about ten breaths. Later the hands are slided to the navel and ten breaths should be counted. Then hands are placed on the pit of the stomach and this position should be continued for another ten breaths. After this, left hand is placed on the sternum, and hands are turned in the direction of your shoulders and the fingers are kept spread.
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