lnmani asked: BEST MUDRAS TOOPEN THIRD EYE
Third Eye is activated through meditation and particularly through Shambhavi mudra. Shambhavi must be learned under a guru. You may find the Shambhavi technique on Internet but it is always good to get it validated by a guru. Chanting OM in a manner that the vibration travels from spine towards crown and finally resting at third eye enhances the receptivity around Third eye. Gyan mudra also helps as it activates the hormonal centers (Pineal, Pituitary) which furthers opening up of Third eye.
tsvetanavideva asked: Haw to remove a mental obsession
The question is why in first place we become obsessed? The life in reality seems shallow, routine and without much meaning. But mind is very clever. It tries to formulate a meaning through identification. However, the object or subject of identification keeps on changing. We sometimes identify or feel obsessed with material things like clothes, cars, fashion etc and sometimes we feel obsessed with relationships, sex, god, drugs or some habits. If there is a way out, then it is through observation and meditation. Observe yourself and your actions without any judgment. Say you are obsessed about a person. Simply observe the working of your mind without judgment of right or wrong, moral or immoral or anything you have got as conditioning from culture or religion. Simply observe. Merely observing frees you and makes you pious and fit for meditation. Observe and be attentive to everything you do. Even while drinking water, observe its coolness, how it passes through your food pipe. Living with attentiveness gives beauty to each moment relieving us of continuous obsessions. Observation induces dispassion and detachment. Just be an observer.
viibhas1982 asked: Hi there!!!!!!!! This is Viibhas Nylewar and i want to know that whether the mudras can be performed while lying down or sleeping on bed at night? Are there any negative effects of doing while lying down or sleeping on bed at night? Thank You!!!!!!!!!
Most of the mudras can be practiced while walking, sitting or lying but there are certain therapeutic mudras that require you either to sit or place your hands near navel or throat or other energy center. For example, Prana mudra, Prithvi mudra, Apana mudra etc can be practiced in any position. Mudras like Shankh mudra requires siting posture and hands to be in front of throat.
— Yoga Vasistha
— Yoga Vasistha