Dhyana Mudra - SoulPrajna

Dhyana Mudra is roughly translated in English as symbol used in meditation.

Dhyana Mudra in Sanskrit is a combination of two words, Dhyana which is referred to as “meditation” whereas mudra is a “seal”.

The true purpose of applying this mudra is to go into deeper levels of meditation as it would create a conducive environment within oneself.

The main physical effect of this mudra is on the bowels and the reproductive system.

Practitioner Level

This is a basic level mudra which can be performed by anyone.

You can use the yogasana mat suggested below and the yoga dress for your convenience and sit in a comfortable posture and then you can start applying the mudras.

Dhyana Mudra Effects

It helps in balancing the energy in the sacral charka (swadhishtana chakra).

Dhyana Mudra develops profound concentration during meditation practices.

13 amazing benefits of Dhyana Mudra

  • Dhyana Mudra helps in Calming down the mind.
  • It will reduce the agitative state of the mind.
  • Develops highly focused one-pointedness.
  • Speeds up the process of kundalini awakening.
  • Reduces the sexual or thoughts which deals with creation, expansion, and multiplication.
  • Bowl shape represents we are receptive to receive the new energies to the system.
  • Dhyana Mudra has the capability to take you to the stages of enlightenment.
  • It will also heal past emotional traumas.
  • Helps with the digestion process.
  • It improves longevity.
  • Increases sexual transmutation.
  • Highly level of alertness.
  • Improves concentration power and focus.

Preliminary Asanas for Dhyana Mudra

You can be in any of the comfortable sitting asana or postures such as Padmasana, Siddhasana, Vajrasana, or Sukhasana.

How to do Dhyana Mudra?

Here is a step by step procedure on how to do Dhyana Mudra.

  • Sit comfortably in your suitable asana or posture.
  • Relax your mind and body with few deep breaths.
  • Place your hands on your lap.
  • Hands should be placing a shape of bowls.
  • Your fingertips of both the hands should be touching each other.
  • Both the thumbs should also be touching each other.
  • Two hands must be in the shape of the bowl.
  • This mudra will allow your fill up the new energy into your system and release the old habit patterns.
  • Be seated in the posture with the mudra for about 20-40 minutes.
  • You can slowly increase the time as your progress in the meditation.

Dhyana Mudra Video

Follow-up mudra for Dhyana Mudra:

You can do any of the 34 mudras after Manduki. Do check out them for more information on list of all Mudra types.

Note of Caution

Please check the note of caution section before you begin your spiritual practices.

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