Maha Mudra Steps and Benefits

Maha Mudra is also performed in a sitting pose like other mudras like Gyan Mudra or Ashwani Mudra. To perform this mudra, you don’t need special instruction from a yoga teacher or studio. This post includes specific instructions that must be observed when using this mudra. Use Maha Mudra in the manner described above to get its benefits.

How to do Maha Mudra

Sit in Dandasana (Staff Pose) before beginning Mahamudra. In Dandasana(Staff Pose), the shoulders are normal, the spine is straight, and both legs are straight.

Now, with both legs still straight, put the heel of the bent leg’s opposite leg on the Muladhara chakra.

With the left heel, gently press the area between the anus and the producing organ. Extend your right leg. Take hold of the toe with both hands, keeping your arms and shoulders straight the entire time.

Maha Mudra

Inhale deeply, hold your breath, and firmly press the chin into the chest. Combine Jalandharr Bandh and Kumbhak.

Fix your eyes in the middle of your Bhrumadhya Drishti (eye bows). Maintain the position for as long as you can.

Slowly let out a breath, then reposition yourself. Apply the same technique to the right leg. In this kriya, use Moolbandh.

Maha Mudra Advantages

With the assistance of this nectar-like Maha Mudra, even poison can be absorbed.

Fistula, piles, spleen enlargement, indigestion, constipation, gastritis, fever, T. B. throat disorders, and leprosy can all be treated with this mudra.

This Mudra allows the expulsion of trapped gases in the lungs.

The Sushumna Nadi is said to be vitalized with Pran Shakti by this technique, which is regarded as the most significant kriya.

Mahamudra Precautions

This mudra should not be used by pregnant women.

A person who has recently had surgery should likewise avoid performing this mudra.

Even during their periods, women shouldn’t perform this mudra.

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