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Kubera Mudra, Yoga
Kubera Mudra, a form of Hatha Yoga, leads to the elevation of mental peace and physical relief by proper practice and cleanses frontal sinuses.
 
 Kubera Mudra, YogaKubera Mudra (hand gesture) also known as "Three Finger Technique" or "Wealth Mudra" is practiced to increase one's intent of desires. Kubera Mudra is dedicated to the God of wealth. Kubera Mudra can be beneficial for health as well as mental peace and contentment persists.

In Kubera Mudra, the three main fingers used are thumb, middle finger and index finger, which represent Mars, Jupiter and Saturn respectively. Each position is believed to have a specific effect like 'Mars' stands for forcefulness, 'Jupiter' for resplendence and 'Saturn' for its fixation on the essential. This mudra helps to join all the three forces to achieve one's desire.

Practice of Kubera Mudra
Kubera Mudra is practiced by placing the tip of the thumb, index finger and middle finger together. The other two fingers are bent to rest in the middle of hand. This needs the involvement of both the hands. Exercising Kubera Mudra needs total intensity of thought. While applying Kubera Mudra, the fingers of the practitioner should be kept together and the wish should be phrased in a positive way in the mind. Kubera Mudra can be practiced once or twice daily for few days or even weeks. But the duration of practicing this Mudra is not of much significance, but it should be done with intensity.

Benefits of Kubera Mudra
  • Kubera Mudra leads to complete repose, confidence and serenity of mind.
  • If Kubera Mudra is practiced with drawing the air upward while inhaling, this Mudra helps to open, decongest and cleanse the frontal sinuses.
  • It also helps individuals to reach the set goals in the future with force and power.
  • It can also be used to find something such as a lost object, parking spot, etc.
  • It focuses and concentrates energy for something strongly desired.
  • Calms anxiety and helps one to achieve unadulterated focus.


  • One important thing that people should realise is that by simply practicing this Mudra one cannot achieve his dream. For turning the desire into reality one will equally have to work hard. Kubera Mudra only gives the power to achieve one's desire. It guides people to care for them by developing concentration technique. Kubera Mudra is easy to perform and can be practiced anywhere at any time.

    (Last Updated on : 23/01/2014)
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