Practice of Shakti Mudra
In Shakti Mudra, the ring fingers and the little fingers of both hands are placed together. While practicing this Mudra, proper focus and concentration should be given to the breathing process in the pelvic area and the exhalation should be lagged. Shakti Mudra can be done three times a day for around 12-15 minutes. If the problem is acute, then the practitioner can go on exercising it as needed or until the desired outcome is achieved. The Shakti Mudra escalates the respiratory impulse in the lower chest area. The breathing is increasingly perceived in the pelvic area. This Mudra provides a soothing and calming effect and it also ensures sound sleep to the practitioner.
Shakti Mudra is flexible hence can be performed anywhere like while watching television or listening music but is better if one practices this in a soothing ambience.
Benefits of Shakti Mudra
Side Effect of Shakti Mudra
Shakti Mudra ensures enormous benefits but the practitioner has to be cautious while performing this Mudra as it comes with a side effect as well when it is over-practiced. If the Mudra is practiced for a long time or done too often, it may result in lethargic tendencies.