Gyan Mudra is the name for the posture of the hands when they are on the knees, with the forefinger and thumb of each hand together, and the other fingers facing outward toward the earth.
For the purpose of using this Mudra for meditation, take a padmasana position.
How to do Gyanmudra
To make the Gyan Mudra, connect the tips of your thumb and first finger. The remaining three fingers are in this position straight.
Now you must lay both hands on either of your knees. Keep both hands with their palms facing the sky.
One can sit in Sukhasana, Ardha Padmasana, or Padmasana and perform this mudra while closing their eyes.
Keep your thoughts entirely at peace and your waist completely straight.
Dhyana Mudra is another name for this mudra. A minimum of five minutes should be spent sitting in this position. Gyan Mudra can be practiced for as long as you like.
Gyan Mudra Advantages
- This mudra can help treat brain disorders when it is used regularly.
- By using this mudra, we can reduce mental instability and advance spiritually more quickly. It is a good position for pranayama and meditation.
- Gyan Mudra practiced continuously for fifteen minutes to change the structural components of our bodies.
- By doing this mudra, the mind stays quiet.
- The mind’s ability to focus sharpens and knowledge expands.
- Along with boosting intelligence, this mudra also strengthens the mind’s power.
- The concentration power rises by doing this mudra.
- This mudra can decrease distractions.
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