Manduki Mudra is roughly translated in Frog Pose.

Manduki in Sanskrit is a combination of two words, “Manduk” which is referred to as Frog and “mudra” is a seal.

Practitioner Level

This is an intermediate level mudra which can be performed by a yoga practitioner who is been practicing yoga from quite a bit of time.

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.

Mudras are not to be considered lightly, even though they might look very simple to do.

After mastering the Yogasanas and Pranayama will help you reap the benefits of the Mudras.

Mudras have the potential to activate the energy body in your system.

It will also help activate certain points on your brain which will enhance your perception of reality around you and within you.

Manduki Mudra Effects

Practicing manduki mudra regularly with meditation and yogasanas will help you produce “DMT” which is referred to as Amrita in the scriptures.

The nectar will start flowing from the top of the brain to the whole body through your mouth which you can taste.

This is bound to happen if you are sincere and seriously perform the mudra, asana, pranayama, and meditation practices regularly with dedication.

Many yogis have been saying this from a very long time performing this Manduki Mudra one can taste the nectar (Amrita).

In fact, it is been mentioned in the Gherenda Samhita and other Yoga Shastras by different authors too.

10 wonderful benefits of Manduki Mudra

  • Giving pressure to the perineum will activate the Mooladhara Chakra (Root Chakra).
  • Taste of nectar will bring vitality to the physical body resulting in stopping of gray hairs and gives youthfulness.
  • This will help rejuvenate your whole body.
  • Help boost your mental and physical health.
  • High-level perception can be achieved through this Manduki Mudra.
  • Increases saliva in your mouth which results in improving the digestion power.
  • Pranic energy flow will be balanced with this Manduki Mudra.
  • The throat will get strengthened and the tongue becomes strong.
  • Increases the sense of taste.
  • Ankles, Knees, and Hips get stretched.

Preliminary Asanas for Manduki Mudra

You can be in any of the comfortable sitting asana or postures such as Vajrasana or Bhadrasana.

How to do Manduki Mudra?

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

  • Sit comfortably on your yoga mat.
  • Take a few deep and slow breaths to relax your body.
  • Sit in Vajrasana or the Bhadrasana.
  • Ensure you separate the two legs and sit.
  • Take the feet apart as much as possible.
  • Your perineum should touch the yoga mat.
  • You can use a cushion or blanket under the buttocks to support.
  • Keep your body straight while doing this Manduki Mudra.
  • Keep the eyes closed and the whole body should be relaxed.
  • Ensure you keep your mouth closed throughout the practice.
  • Rotate the tongue and touch the soft palate.
  • This would help stimulate the penial gland in the brain which is responsible for involuntary actions.
  • You can be in this mudra for about 3-5 minutes depending on your physical fitness and body flexibility.
  • You might get the nectar flowing from the brain to the mouth.
  • Reaping the benefits from this Manduki Mudra will take a lot of effort and time.
  • It comes with regular practice of meditation.

Manduki Mudra Video

Follow-up mudra for Manduki

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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