Gyan Mudra

Published: 24.01.2007
Updated: 12.06.2012

This hand posture is one of the most important, 'Gyan' means knowledge, 'Mudra' position.
Gyan Mudra increases intelligence and receptiveness, it calms and improves concentration.

How to do:
Sitting cross-leggeded with hands upwardly on correspondent knees, tips of thumbs and index fingers touch, other fingers straight but relaxed, eyes closed, watching breath or performing Mahaprana Divani.




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