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Shunya Mudra
Shunya mudra is an effective mudra which involves the movement of the middle finger.
 
 Shunya MudraShunya is the connotation of `zero` or `sky`. Sky is colligated with the highest forces with the `upper person` the God, with head.

Shunya Mudra involves the movement of middle finger which is the association of `sky` (ether). The sky in Mudra Vigyan, is the gateway to the higher dimension or heaven. Practicing Shunya Mudra needs to follow some movements or motion of fingers. The middle finger is left bent until it touches the ball of the thumb. Then, the middle finger is pressed down on with the thumb. The rest of the fingers are left extended. This rule is followed with both hands. This mudra is practiced for three times a day for 15 minutes or it as advised by the mentor of Yoga. For optimum result, this mudra is performed for 45 minutes at a stretch.

The Shunya mudra is very effective, especially when done with the Akash Mudra.

Benefits Of Shunya Mudra

Shunya mudra, if practiced daily can lead to the curative effects on earaches.

The following benefits can be gained by exercising this mudra for advised time.
  • Shunya mudra prevents and cures deafness, pain in the ears and other problems with hearing.


  • This mudra improves impaired hearing.


  • It also helps in nausea, vertigo, and travel sickness.


  • Practicing this mudra can cure numbness in any part of the body.


  • This Mudra improves the voice of those who are dumb since birth.


  • Shunya Mudra brings relaxation to sudden senselessness of body due to some shock.


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    (Last Updated on : 21/08/2014)
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