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.
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
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.