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Naga Mudra - mudra for unlocking mysteries and finding answers
Serpent throughout time and civilizations is associated with esoteric, mystery, death and rejuvenation. The depiction of serpent symbols at Egyptian pyramid sites, the coiled serpent as represented for dormant Kundalini Shakti, the all powerful Lord Shiva with cobra coiled around his neck are all symbolism of mysteries that are to be unfolded. Naga Mudra, in a way provides answers to your quest for ever eluding spiritual existence. It is said to unfold answers to everyday problems. It brings about strength and lightness to everyday existence.
Naga Mudra can be performed by crossing the hands in front of chest and crossing the thumbs over each other as depicted in the pictorial. Sit in meditative stance and visualize the fire inside. Feel its warmth and rising flames as you inhale. Ask your question. Exhale and let any tension or anxiety melt away. Sit silent. You can do this mudra for as needed for your spiritual quest.
Affirmation: I am accepting the answers that are provided to me by the mysterious force. The Divine rules my existence.

Naga Mudra - mudra for unlocking mysteries and finding answers

Serpent throughout time and civilizations is associated with esoteric, mystery, death and rejuvenation. The depiction of serpent symbols at Egyptian pyramid sites, the coiled serpent as represented for dormant Kundalini Shakti, the all powerful Lord Shiva with cobra coiled around his neck are all symbolism of mysteries that are to be unfolded. Naga Mudra, in a way provides answers to your quest for ever eluding spiritual existence. It is said to unfold answers to everyday problems. It brings about strength and lightness to everyday existence.

Naga Mudra can be performed by crossing the hands in front of chest and crossing the thumbs over each other as depicted in the pictorial. Sit in meditative stance and visualize the fire inside. Feel its warmth and rising flames as you inhale. Ask your question. Exhale and let any tension or anxiety melt away. Sit silent. You can do this mudra for as needed for your spiritual quest.

Affirmation: I am accepting the answers that are provided to me by the mysterious force. The Divine rules my existence.

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Like a Serpent
Bhujangasana is one of the most lovable asana of all aspirants. The feeling of energy moving down the vertebral column affecting chakra after chakra is immense. The head bent backward and focus between the eyebrows the energy travels down throat chakra, opening the heart chakra and then stabilizing at navel, the Manipura Chakra.
The attributes of Manipura chakra are represented by the snake’s capacity to swallow and digest large quantity of food, in all shapes and sizes. As the pose develops, the Swadhisthana get activated, opening the mysteries of patterns of human existence. As you prolong the pose, the contraction reaches the Mooladhara. The source of coiled up serpent energy. Upon release, the energy jumps back to the higher centers in the spine.  This is the realization of the tradition stated in the Gheranda Samhita: "By the practice of Bhujangasana, Kundalini is awakened."
Photo – Me doing variation of Bhujangasana.
Location – Pool Side, Samode Haveli, Jaipur, India

Like a Serpent

Bhujangasana is one of the most lovable asana of all aspirants. The feeling of energy moving down the vertebral column affecting chakra after chakra is immense. The head bent backward and focus between the eyebrows the energy travels down throat chakra, opening the heart chakra and then stabilizing at navel, the Manipura Chakra.

The attributes of Manipura chakra are represented by the snake’s capacity to swallow and digest large quantity of food, in all shapes and sizes. As the pose develops, the Swadhisthana get activated, opening the mysteries of patterns of human existence. As you prolong the pose, the contraction reaches the Mooladhara. The source of coiled up serpent energy. Upon release, the energy jumps back to the higher centers in the spine.  This is the realization of the tradition stated in the Gheranda Samhita: "By the practice of Bhujangasana, Kundalini is awakened."

Photo – Me doing variation of Bhujangasana.

Location – Pool Side, Samode Haveli, Jaipur, India