The word ‘Swastik’ has a positive meaning. By sitting in Swastikasana, the practitioner maintains constant happiness in all circumstances.
We will achieve quick success in Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharna, Dhyan, and Samadhi if we sit comfortably in this Asana for a longer period of time.
Swastikasana comes in the second number after Sukhasana.
Stretch both legs in front while sitting on the Yoga mat. Fold the legs in half and insert both soles between the thighs and calves.
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Maintain the Gyan Mudra with both hands on the knees. Straightening the spine and neck is important. Close your eyes comfortably.
Agya Chakra is the focus of attention.
This Asana has proven to be extremely beneficial in the practice of advanced forms of Pranayam.
It stimulates the thorax, heart, and large blood vessels that supply it, as well as the lungs, air passage, and food pipe.
Because this Asana stretches the muscles in the lumbar region, they remain healthy.
The feet of those who are extremely cold in the winter feel warm, and the sweat of those who perspire profusely in the summer is reduced.
It relieves foot pain.
Practitioners who find it difficult to sit in Padmasana (Lotus Pose) can benefit from this asana.
This asana is very beneficial in Jap, Tratak.