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For many centuries, the Tibetan monks kept the 5 Tibetan Rites a secret from the rest of the world. Only in 1938, with the publication of the book “The Eye of Revelation” about the teachings and five exercises of Tibetan monks written by Peter Kelder, this amazing technique became available for people all over the world. Millions of people have learned about the existence of 19 energy centers located in the joints along with discovering the ability to circulate energy throughout the body that was previously muted by diseases and improper lifestyles. All of this helps to improve well-being and rejuvenate the body.

What are the 5 Tibetan Rites? How do you practice this technique? Is this set of exercises suitable for everyone and is it really effective? We will answer all these questions in this article!

5 Tibetan Rites: What Is It?

The Five Tibetan Rites is an ancient system of exercises reported to be more than 2,500 years old. This system consists of a sequence of five exercises performed 21 times a day.

This Tibetan system has a beneficial effect on the physical and energy state of the human body. This is a unique method of healing and recovery, a method of rejuvenation of all systems and organs of the human body that is focused on improving the work of energy meridians.

Practitioners report that this system has many physical, mental, and spiritual benefits. This practice is aimed to restore a person’s vitality and strength. Due to these benefits, the Five Tibetan Rites are also known as the “Fountain of Youth.”

The exercises included in the 5 Tibetan Rites system work out all muscle groups and main joints, as well as activate the circulatory, lymphatic and hormonal systems.

Each exercise has its purpose:

  1. Activates energy channels, develops the vestibular apparatus, strengthens the cardiovascular system, improves venous outflow.
  2. Has a healing effect on the kidneys, thyroid, digestive organs, genitals; strengthens the muscles of the spine, legs, improves the blood supply and nutrition of the intervertebral discs and the entire spinal canal.
  3. Effective for irregular menstruation, menopause, back pain, neck pain, congestion in the sinuses; stretches the muscles of the front surface of the body.
  4. Strengthens the deep back muscles that straighten the spine.
  5. Improves the work of the circulatory system and strengthens the vessels of the brain, shoulder joints.

Although the Rites have circulated amongst yogis for decades, skeptics say that Tibetans have never recognized them as being an authentic Tibetan practice. Therefore, it is important to take a closer look at what is known about the origin of this practice.

The Origin

Peter Kelder, the author of the book “The Eye of Revelation”, seems to be the only link to this system. But nothing is really known about Peter Kelder. Some sources report that he was raised as an adopted child in the United States and left home when he was a teenager in search of adventure. In the 1930s, Kelder claims to have met a retired British army colonel in southern California, who shared with him stories of travel and the discovery of the Five Tibetan Rites.

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The results of the conversations with the colonel were published in the 32-page booklet.

Despite the existing disputes about the origin of the Five Tibetan Rites between practitioners and skeptics, a comparison of illustrations of the postures shows a remarkable similarity between the Rites and authentic Tibetan ‘phrul ‘khor exercises from a system rendered into English as Vajra Body Magical Wheel Sun and Moon Union.

However, it has been noted, that even though these comparisons are compelling, a closer examination reveals that these similarities could be misleading. 

Chris Kilham, the author of the book The Five Tibetans says, “As the story has it, they were shared by Tibetan lamas; beyond that, I know nothing of their history.”

Even though the historic lineage of the 5 Tibetan Rites before the publication of Kelder’s booklet remains to be ascertained, this practice has nevertheless been affirmed by a lama and scholar of the Sakya tradition of Tibetan Buddhism as being a genuine form of yoga and was originally taken from an authentic Indo-Tibetan tantric lineage, namely a cycle of yantra-yoga associated with the Sadnadapadadharma.

However, it has been argued that the Five Rites predate yoga as we know it today by as much as seven hundred years or more and, therefore, could not have derived from either Tibetan or Indian forms of yoga.

Some experts assume that the 5 Tibetan Rites could be originated from a system of Kum Nye which, like the Rites, date back 2,500 years. However, Chris Kilham states that “the issue at hand, though, is not the lineage of the Five Tibetans. The point is their immense potential value for those who will clear 10 minutes a day to practice.”

Benefits of the 5 Tibetan Rites

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Regular practice of the 5 Tibetan Rites is very beneficial for the four body systems:

#1: Musculoskeletal system

Tibetan yoga helps to cope with scoliosis and osteochondrosis. When performed regularly, there is a decrease in pain caused by arthritis.

#2: Reproductive system

In women, who regularly engage in this practice, the menstrual cycle is normalized and the probability of conception increases. In men, the erectile function gets normalized.

#3: Gastrointestinal tract

The digestion is normalized. The absorption of useful substances from food improves.

#4: Immune system

Increases resistance to colds and viruses. Congestion in the sinuses and bronchi is eliminated.

Other benefits:

  • reduced anxiety;
  • relief from joint pain;
  • better circulation;
  • improved strength and coordination;
  • better sleep;
  • improved energy;
  • a youthful appearance.

Moreover, regular practice of these exercises contributes to the development of willpower. Therefore, it is recommended for people who are fighting addictions. After 2-3 weeks of regular practice, the addiction decreases.

The complex is based on the balanced combination of physical actions, purification of one’s own thoughts, and harmonization of the energy flows. To achieve harmony, which becomes the main goal of almost any Eastern teaching, we need to learn how to correctly combine all of the above.

How to do the Five Tibetan Rites?

Though each rite is meant to be practiced 21 times a day, you can start with doing this practice less frequently. During the first week, practice each rite 3 times a day. During the second week, add 2 more repetitions per rite. Continue adding 2 repetitions per rite each week until you’re doing 21 rounds of each rite every day.

Rite 1

The purpose of the first rite is to speed up the energy movement in the chakras. It’s common for beginners to feel dizzy during this exercise.

Instructions:

  1. Stand up straight.
  2. Stretch your arms outward until they’re parallel with the floor.
  3. Face your palms down.
  4. Slowly spin your body in a clockwise direction. Don’t bend your head forward. Keep your eyes open.

Repeat for 1-21 times.

Tips:

  • Keep spinning until you feel slightly dizzy. But don’t overdo! Excessive spinning may overstimulate your chakras.
  • When performing this rite, not only physical sensations are important, but also the internal feeling. Listen to the movement of energy vortexes and set the mindset that your body is cleansed, becomes healthier and stronger.

Rite 2

The second rite has two opposite effects on energy flows. On the one hand, it significantly increases the speed of rotation of energy vortexes. On the other hand, it is intended to stabilize them.

Instructions:

  1. Lie flat on your back.
  2. Place your arms at your sides, and your palms on the floor.
  3. Inhale and lift your head, moving your chin toward your chest. Simultaneously raise your legs straight up, keeping your knees straight.
  4. Exhale and slowly lower your head and legs to the starting position.
  5. Lie still until your muscles relax.

Repeat for 1-21 times.

Tips:

  • If you have difficulty straightening your knees, bend them as needed. Try to straighten them each time you perform the rite.
  • As you do this exercise, try to feel the energy flowing through you with each breath you take. In the interval between repetitions, imagine how, as the muscles relax, the body is filled with vitality.

Rite 3

The third of the five Tibetan rites is aimed at working out the Central energy axis. The ascending energy flow passes along the vertebral column, and the descending energy flow — in the area of the sacrum.

Instructions:

  1. Kneel on the floor, knees shoulder-width apart and hips aligned over your knees.
  2. Straighten your trunk and place your palms on the back of your thighs, below your buttocks.
  3. Inhale and drop your head back, arching your spine to open your chest.
  4. Exhale and drop your head forward, moving your chin toward your chest. Keep your hands on your thighs during the entire rite.
  5. Return to the starting position, slowly filling your lungs with air.

Repeat for 1-21 times.

Tips:

  • You can also practice this rite while closing your eyes, which helps you focus inward.
  • Focus on your breathing. With every exhale, imagine that you’re releasing all your blocks, negative emotions, and worries that are accumulated inside.

Rite 4

The fourth rite involves creating the effect of “energy swings”. By tensing your muscles during the exercise, you start the movement of energy through your body. By relaxing, you mute this activity.

Instructions:

  1. Sit on the floor and extend your legs straight ahead, feet shoulder-width apart.
  2. Put your palms on the floor at your sides, fingers facing forward.
  3. Straighten your trunk.
  4. Drop your chin toward your chest. Inhale and gently drop your head back.
  5. Simultaneously lift your hips and bend your knees until you’re in a tabletop position, with your head gently tilted back. Contract your muscles and hold your breath.
  6. Exhale, relax your muscles and return to starting position.

Repeat for 1-21 times.

Tips:

  • Combine performing this rite with rhythmic breathing.
  • Your hands and heels should stay in place during the entire exercise.
  • If the body is weakened, do a simplified version of the exercise. Just lift the pelvis off the floor. Each time, try to lift your body higher and higher above the floor.

Rite 5

The 5 Tibetan Rites train not only the spirit but also the physical body. The last exercise is the most difficult and requires maximum concentration.

Instructions:

  1. Sit on the floor with your legs crossed.
  2. Plant your palms in front of you.
  3. Extend your feet behind you, toes curled and shoulder-width apart.
  4. Straighten your arms and arch your spine while keeping the tops of your legs on the ground.
  5. Drop your head back into Upward-Facing Dog.
  6. Then, inhale and lift your hips, moving your body into an upside-down “V” shape.
  7. Move your chin toward your chest and straighten your back into Downward-Facing Dog.
  8. Exhale and move back into Upward-Facing Dog.

Repeat for 1-21 times.

Tips:

  • This rite requires a steady breathing rhythm.
  • Despite the fact that the exercise is static, it takes a lot of energy. Return to the starting position and catch your breath. To repeat, proceed only when the breath is restored.

General Recommendations

Like all exercise programs, the Five Tibetan Rites should be done with care. Start with gentle movements and a low number of repetitions. Consider five key points:

#1: Don’t make breaks in your training

If you are thinking about practicing the 5 Tibetan Rites, be prepared for the fact that you will always have to practice it. Exercises produce a cumulative effect, but when canceled, it doesn’t stay at the same level. After cancellation, the energy flows can degrade even more than they were in the beginning state.

Despite the fact that training can not be canceled or paused, circumstances do not always allow us to complete the practice. Therefore, it is allowed to periodically take breaks of one or two days.

#2: Relax in the end of the practice

After completing the last rite, lie down for a while with your eyes closed, so that the energy flows are harmonized. To help yourself relax, you can turn on meditation music.

#3: Take a shower

After the practice, it is recommended to take a warm bath or shower. If you don’t have time for this, just rub your skin with a damp towel.

#4: Do not overdo

Do exactly as many repetitions of the rites as your body allows.

#5: Pause

Before you start a new rite, make sure you take a pause. Stand up straight, put your hands on your waist, and wait for your breathing to recover.

Can Anybody Practice the Five Tibetan Rites?

Despite all the benefits that this practice provides, if you have certain health problems, these exercises can cause harm to your body.

Some coaches and yoga practitioners are convinced that the Five Tibetan Rites practice is not intended for women. They explain this by the fact that the complex was developed by male monks taking into account their physiological characteristics. However, experimentally was proven that this practice if equally beneficial for both, men and women.

It is not recommended to practice the 5 Tibetan Rites if you:

  • have a fever;
  • are pregnant;
  • have high blood pressure;
  • are on a risk of a heart attack;
  • have hernia of the spine;
  • have menstruation;
  • are breastfeeding.

Precautions:

  • If you’re prone to dizziness, talk to a doctor before trying this practice. The spinning motion may aggravate various conditions, including vertigo, circulatory issues, or nausea.
  • The practice may cause complications if you’ve had surgery within the last 6 months.
  • Disorders like Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis can cause poor balance. If you have one of these conditions, this practice may not be safe for you.
  • Before trying these exercises, talk to your doctor to find out if they’re safe for you to practice.

Disclaimer:

If you have a health condition or are new to exercise, be sure to check with your doctor before trying these moves.

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Dosha Quiz: What Is Your Ayurvedic Body Type?

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How would you describe your body type?

This includes your height, body build, muscle development, and size. Are you tall, short, thin, stout, or thick? How would you best describe your body frame?

What effect do your eating habits have on your body weight?

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Is it easy for you to gain or lose weight?

What is your skin complexion?

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What's your hair type?

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What is your sleep pattern?

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Some people are light sleepers while others are deep sleepers. Do you awaken easily in the morning? Or do you struggle to get out of bed?

How would you describe your dreams?

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How do you react to stress?

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Stress is normal in our day-to-day lives. However, we each cope with stress differently.

How would you describe your temperament?

Are you easy-going and accepting or are you lively and enthusiastic by nature?

How would you describe your decision-making process?

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Your ease at decision-making will vary depending on your dosha type. This may also influence how well you handle stress. Are you usually calm and collected or are you tensed at the slightest provocation?

How would you describe your energy type?

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Different doshas exhibit different energies around them. You will observe that some people are more lively, talkative, or active than others.

How would you describe your sexuality?

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What climate do you feel most comfortable in?

How would you describe your memory?

How would you describe your thought process?

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What do you consider to be your shortcomings?

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Dosha Quiz: What Is Your Ayurvedic Body Type?
Vata Dosha

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Vata dosha consists mostly of two elements: air and ether. You are exceptionally creative, communicative, and brimming with ideas. Generally, Vata is very vibrant and energetic. You have a very inventive and creative mind. You think outside the box but can become easily distracted. What’s more, your mood is highly dependent on the weather, people around you, and the foods you eat. Your mood can actually be quite unpredictable at times. Although you are a quick learner, your long-term memory is not that good. You are easily enthused, but run the risk of spreading yourself too thin and getting distracted by something new after just a short time. You frequently suffer from cold hands and feet. You love the excitement and new experiences. You are quick to anger but also to forgive. You are prone to worry and anxiousness and may often suffer from insomnia. According to Ayurveda, for optimal health, a Vata-dominant person should follow a regular daily routine, manage stress through meditation and other calming practices, and maintain a warm body temperature by avoiding cold weather and consuming warm foods and drinks.
Pitta Dosha

Pitta Dosha

Pitta dosha is based on fire and water elements. You have a powerful intellect, a strong ability to concentrate, and big ambitions. You have a passion for leadership and are not afraid to speak up and take charge. You tend to be quite protective when provoked and are fierce opponents. You can be quite determined and don’t give up easily. Your aim is to win. You have bursts of energy to take on challenges. And you actually love a challenge, whether that's professionally or in sport. You can be a good decision-maker, a teacher, a manager, and a speaker. You have a knack for building connections and make very good friends. You are often honest and straight to the point. Although, sometimes you can be short-tempered, easily irritated, and argumentative. Those with a pitta-dominant dosha should focus on work-life balance and avoid extreme heat (e.g., weather, spicy food).
Kapha Dosha

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Kapha dosha is based on earth and water elements. You are usually calm, collected, and slow to anger, and therefore, not easily provoked. You are strong, loyal, patient, steady, and supportive. You are loving and caring, and this makes you a good acquaintance. You have an inherent ability to enjoy life and are comfortable with a routine. Private joy in a stable partnership, healthy kids, and loyal friendships are the things you prioritize and that give you inner satisfaction, security, and personal happiness. You learn slowly with a high level of retention. Although you move slowly, you are very purposeful and enterprising. Most of all, you value inner tranquillity, peace, and harmony. You may tend to hold on to things, jobs, and relationships long after they are no longer nourishing or necessary. You may also resist change and be stubborn sometimes. For good health, a Kapha-dominant person should focus on regular exercise, a healthy diet, maintain a warm body temperature (e.g., by eating warm food), and establish a regular sleep routine.

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Jnana Mudra: a Powerful Technique For Activating Your Crown Chakra

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Jnana mudra is one of the most widely used mudras in meditation practices, in Buddhism, yoga, and even in the martial arts of the East. The Buddha’s hand performing the Jnana mudra at the heart level is a symbol of openness to the whole universe. Being a gesture of openness to new things, this mudra also symbolizes the true knowledge of existence.

In this article, we will share with you what Jnana mudra is, what its benefits are, and how to practice it.

What Is Mudra?

Mudra‘ can be translated as ‘gesture’. Hence mudras are symbolic gestures practiced with the hands and fingers.

Connecting the fingers in certain combinations, we can activate the meridians and direct energy throughout the body. Different positions of the fingers have the ability to close or clear the energy channels. In addition, performing this or that mudra, we affect the biologically active points of the palms and fingers.

Mudras help us to correct the direction of energy in the body, to control prana, and to improve the psycho-emotional state. Also, with their help, we can eliminate problems in the body and in the mind by pressing on particular acupuncture points.

What Is Jnana Mudra?

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Jnana mudra is a yogic hand gesture that represents wisdom and knowledge. In Sanskrit, jnana means “wisdom” or “knowledge” and mudra means “gesture.” It is a hasta mudra, which means it is performed using the hands.

Connecting the fingers in certain combinations, we can activate the energy meridians and direct energy throughout the body, restore the flow of energy and eliminate “breakdowns” in diseased organs thus improve our health.

Different positions of the fingers have the ability to close or clear the energy channels. In addition, performing mudras, we affect the biologically active points of the palms and fingers.

When practicing Jnana mudra, we connect the thumb and index finger. The thumb symbolizes Brahman, or universal consciousness, whereas the index finger symbolizes Jivatma or the individual self. Therefore, the connection of the thumb and index finger represents the union of the supreme and inner realities. And the three extended fingers represent the three gunas that must be overcome: sattva (middle finger), rajas (ring finger), and tamas (little finger).

Each of the fingers has symbolic significance:

The index finger is associated with knowledge, wisdom, and self-confidence. It is connected to our life force.

The thumb is responsible for our ego, will, and logic. Also, this finger is associated with wisdom, mind, and awareness.

Also, it is important to know that each finger is associated with one of the 5 elements. Thumb represents the Fire element (Agni). The index finger is associated with the energy of the Air element (Vayu). Thus, Jnana mudra can be used to balance the elements of Fire and Air within the body. When we reach the balance between the Fire and Air elements within our bodies, we are able to still our mind, concentrate, and practice deep meditation.

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Also, the connection of the index finger and thumb allows prana to circulate freely inward, rather than dissipating outwards. By directing prana inward, we can sit in meditation for longer periods of time.

Jnana Mudra Benefits

On the subtle plane, the practice of Jnana mudra activates the Crown chakra (Sahasrara), whereas on the physical plan it helps you to harmonize biological rhythm, normalize blood pressure; eliminates anxiety and anxiety. Moreover, the regular practice of this mudra provides the following benefits:

  • helps to cope with depression and fatigue;
  • improves memory;
  • stimulates mental function;
  • helps to relieve insomnia;
  • boosts creativity;
  • develops intuition;
  • restores peace of mind;
  • enhances the connection with the Higher self;
  • lifts dull energy;
  • brightens mood.

How to Perform?

Although this mudra can be practiced in any yoga asana, it is most commonly used in a stable seated position such as easy pose or lotus pose. In Kundalini Yoga, this mudra is usually practiced with the hands resting on the knees and the elbows straight.

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To practice Jnana mudra, follow these simple steps:
  1. Tuck your index finger under the tip of the thumb to form a circle.
  2. Extend the remaining three fingers.
  3. Rest the back of the hands on the thighs or knees, with palms facing upward.

Another variation of this mudra is to touch the tip of the index finger and thumb together, thereby forming a full circle.

When practicing this mudra, make sure your body is alert but relaxed, with little to no strain in the arms or extended fingers.

For maximum benefits, practice this mudra during your meditations for at least 15 minutes, 2-3 times per day.

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Shanmukhi Mudra: a Simple Stress Relief Technique

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Shanmukhi Mudra is a simple and effective way to calm your mind, relieve stress, and restore your nervous system.

With regular practice of this beautiful mudra, it is possible even to improve vision and hearing. It also promotes the development of internal concentration and the ability to detach from external stimuli and objects of the surrounding world.

In this article, we will share with you what Shanmukhi mudra is, what its benefits are, and how to properly practice it.

What Is Mudra?

Mudra‘ can be translated as ‘gesture’. Hence mudras are symbolic gestures practiced with the hands and fingers.

Connecting the fingers in certain combinations, we can activate the meridians and direct energy throughout the body. Different positions of the fingers have the ability to close or clear the energy channels. In addition, performing this or that mudra, we affect the biologically active points of the palms and fingers.

Mudras help us to correct the direction of energy in the body, to control prana, and to improve the psycho-emotional state. Also, with their help, we can eliminate problems in the body and in the mind by pressing on particular acupuncture points.

What Is Shanmukhi Mudra?

Shanmukhi mudra is a yogic hand gesture that represents closing the six gates of perception – the two eyes, two ears, nose, and mouth. In Sanskrit, Shan means “six”; Mukhi means “face” or “gate”; and mudra, means “gesture”. Thus, Shanmukhi mudra means the ‘six-gated mudra’.

The purpose of the Shanmukhi Mudra is to symbolically shut the mind from the five senses so the mind can maintain an inward focus and get ready for meditation.

The Shanmukhi mudra practice helps the practitioner look within himself to find the very source of his being.

When all the senses turn inward and the breathing becomes harmonious, the mind calms down. As a result, you feel inner peace and now you are able to hear the voice of the Divine Self within you.

The Shanmukhi mudra practice helps you to free yourself from the domination of the senses and find the strength to take your desires, instincts, and emotions under control.

Shanmukhi Mudra Benefits

There are lots of amazing benefits the practice of Shanmukhi mudra can provide. Here are some of them:

  • Balances internal and external awareness;
  • Enhances focus and introspection;
  • Calms the mind and nervous system;
  • Clears energy blocks, giving room for easy flow of prana;
  • Relaxes and rejuvenates the eyes and facial muscles;
  • Creates a state of pratyahara;
  • Ensures the smooth functioning of the facial nerves;
  • Reduces anxiety;
  • Helps to deepen the meditation practice;
  • Alleviates vertigo problems and brings a calming effect to the head;
  • Helps to remove negative thoughts and worries;
  • Promotes clear thinking;
  • Helps Kundalini awakening.

For maximum benefit, this mudra should be accompanied by pranayama or bandhas (energetic locks). Shanmukhi mudra is commonly practiced with brahmari pranayama, also known as Humming Bee Breath. In this pranayama, the mudra enables the practitioner to focus on the inner vibration created by the humming breath.

How to Perform?

Shanmukhi mudra is usually performed in a stable, seated meditation posture such as padmasana (Lotus Pose) or sukhasana (Easy Pose).

To practice Shanmukhi mudra, follow these simple steps:

  1. Sit in the Lotus Pose or Easy Pose. Straighten the spine and align the position of the head.
  2. Bring your palms up to your face. Raise your elbows to shoulder level and place your thumbs in the ear canal, muffling external sounds.
    If you feel pain, place your fingers on the tragus of the auricle (small protrusions at the base of the auricle) and press them against the ear canal.
  3. Close your eyelids and rise your eyeballs up. Place your index and middle fingers on your eyelids so that the first two phalanges completely cover the eyeball area. Do not press on the cornea. Use your middle fingers to point your eyelids down, and use your index fingers to lift the upper parts of your eyelids up. Gently press on the outer and inner corners of the eyes.
  4. The pressure on the ears and eyes should be equal.
  5. Use your ring fingers to apply pressure evenly to your right and left nostrils. This will narrow the nasal passages, which will promote slow, deep, even, rhythmic, subtle breathing.

Practice the mudra for five to ten minutes.

The Bottom Line

As a result of turning all the senses inwards and concentrating on deep and slow breathing, the mind becomes calm. When performing this mudra, it’s common to experience:

  • a distinct sound in the ears;
  • the appearance of flashes of light and various images on the internal “screen”;
  • vibrations, thrusts, tingling, heat, or other sensations inside the body.

All these feelings are quite normal.

 

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