Get Handsy : Feel The Calm
Over the last five weeks, our super lovely yoga teacher, Lucie Ataya, has treated us to the practice of mudras and shown you the what's, the why's and the how's, so that you can add these to your yoga and meditation practice.
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Most mudras require prolonged and regular practice before you start feeling their effect. this is not the case with Bhairava Mudra, which instils a sense of calm and quiet determination from the first practice.
This mudra is most commonly used during meditation.
HOW TO: In a seated position, place your hands on your lap.
Place your right hand on top of the left.
DID YOU KNOW: In Sanskrit, Bharaiva means 'Terrible' or 'frightful'. In Hindu mythology, Bharaiva is a fierce form of lord Shiva associated with destruction.
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