(Last Updated on : 23/11/2015)
Dynamic Mudra is a mudra
to exercise the brain. This mudra is practiced to get rid of problems related to brain and concentration. The name of the mudra, Dynamic mudra, implies that the practice of the mudra involves the movement of the fingers. Almost all mudras are held in one fixed posture.
Steps of Dynamic Mudra
Dynamic Mudra can be practiced daily for 5 to 30 minutes for best results. The physiotherapists use this mudra to cure diseases. This mudra should be done with performing the inhalation and exhalation in a regular and relaxed manner.
During each exhalation, each fingertip is placed on the tip of the thumb.
While inhaling, the fingers are extended.
This is done with both hands.
The Dynamic mudra involves the utterance of some fragment of mantras.
During the vocalization of "Saaa", the thumb and the index finger are pressed.
While uttering "Taaa", the middle finger and the thumb are pressed.
The utterance of "Naaa" is used when the ring finger and the thumb are pressed.
"Maaa" is pronounced while the little finger and the thumb are pressed.
While reversing the same practice for the second time, the fingernails are pressed with the thumb instead of pressing the fingertips.
While doing this mudra for the third time, the whole finger is pressed with the thumb and at the same time the fingertips are pressed into the palm of the hand.
Benefits of Dynamic Mudra
Dynamic mudra promotes brain activity and relaxes the nerves.
This mudra elevates concentration and produces inner relaxation.
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