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Sambhavi mudra

Meaning; - one of the methods of dhyana

Procedure:
Sit in padmasana and gaze in front without blinking the eyes. Concentration should be drawn inwards

Duration:
Five minutes

Benefits:

  • Calms the mind
  • Improves concentration


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      Meaning: Upavista – seated; Kona – angle                   an angle is formed between the legs in this asana Procedure: Sit on the floor with stretched legs and keep the palms beside the body.now, inhale and extend the legs widely as far as possible.exhaling, bend forward and hold the respective big toes with corresponding hands. Keep the forehead on the floor. take a few normal breaths.inhale, come up , releasing the hands.exhale completely and return to normal position. Benefits Relieves back ache, joint pain, stomach disorders Controls and regularizes menstruation Improves the blood circulation around the pelvic region and keep sit healthy Prevents development of hernia Relieves sciatica  Limitations:   Patients suffering from high blood pressure should take prior precautions while practicing this because after doing this asana blood flushes to head
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    • samara said:

      How paschimottanasana help in raising the prana through sushumna ?? 

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