Padmasana or Lotus Pose is the most important of the four meditation asanas (Sukhasana, Swastikasana, and Siddhasana).
Just as the lotus remains in water but above the water level, the practitioner of this asana, despite living in this world, stains the capacity for detachment from it.
Many ancillary practices can be performed prior to practicing this asana. Such as
Number 1 – Stretch the legs in front fingers, toes, and heels close to each other. Move them in a circle, forward and backward, left and right (clockwise and anticlockwise).
Number two – Cycling with one leg supported by crossed fingers on both hands Rep with the opposite leg.
Number 3 – Place the right foot’s ankle on the left knee. With both hands, catch the right knee. Maintain a straight spine. Continue touching the earth and ribs in turns. Repeat this exercise with the other knee.
The number 4 – Fold your right leg and place your right hand below your right knee and your left hand below your right ankle. Raise the leg and swing it to the left and right. In this position, the left leg will remain straight. Rep with the other leg.
There are several other asanas that can help Padmasana be performed more easily and by practicing them, the lower region of the body becomes more elastic.
Padmasana or Lotus Pose Steps
Sit on the Yoga mat and join your legs in front to stretch them out. Fold the right leg and place the right foot’s heel on the left side of the naval.
Fold the left leg in the same way, so that the left heel is on the right side of the naval. Bring both heels up against each other.
Maintain a straight neck and spine. In Gyan Mudra, place both hands on the knees. Gently close your eyes.
Agya Chakra is the focus of attention.
Padmasana or Lotus Pose Benefits
The body is fully up straight In this Asana.
Blood circulation in the feet is reduced when sitting in Padmasana for an extended period of time.
The blood thus saved can be used for meditation in the brain.
In this asana, the spine remains naturally erect.
The circulatory system is normal, and the nervous system is strengthened.
With both hands on the knees and the soles of the feet facing up the outward flow of vital energy from the pores of our fingers and feet is stopped in Gyan Mudra.
The entire energy is contained within.