The Shiva Linga Mudra can be practised entwining or cross-linking all fingers of both hands and keeping the thumb straight. Both hands should be held at the abdomen and the elbows pointing outwards and slightly forward. Shiva Linga Mudra can be done twice a day for four minutes or even longer. This Mudra follows the process by placing both palms together and clasping the fingers. One thumb should remain upright which is then encircled with the thumb and index finger of the other hand held together and cupped like a tight bowl. This finger position increases the powers of resistance against coughs, colds, and chest infections. It also increases the body temperature in order to burn the bacteria, waste, and unnecessary ballast. Shiva Linga Mudra is generally recommended for activation of the immune system.
Benefits of Shiva Linga Mudra
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