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    MudraHands have a power of their own and through the regular practice of various Mudras; a person can control his life. The science of Mudras is one of the finest gifts of yoga to the cause of human welfare. Mudras are yoga movements involving only the arms and hands. They are extremely easy to do, but also powerful that they can transform one`s life.
    Namaste & Anjali Mudra
    Namaste &  Anjali  MudraThe "Namaste", though is a famous concept and now known all over the world, however, gesture is very ancient and traditionally Indian. It is an integral part of Indian culture. Namaste allows two individuals to come together energetically to a place of connection and timelessness, free from the bonds of ego-connection.
    Mudra Postures
    Mudra PosturesMudras are said to awaken the kundalini energy. They can be practiced either before or after other yoga practices like pranayama or asanas. Mudras are one of seven practices that yogis employ in order to aid the hearing of these inner sounds. Mudras can be practiced without any difficulty; especially the maha-mudra, which is performed to aid visualisation of the sushumna, is an easy one to practise.
    Hath Yoga
    Hath YogaThe Sanskrit root words "Ha", means Sun and "Tha" means Moon. Hatha yoga is a discipline that harnesses and combines different Currents of the body to invoke all-powerful Kundalini force. It is a very ancient and resonant limb of spiritual Traditions of India, which is said to be initiated by Lord Shiva himself.
    Surya Yoga
    Surya Yoga `Surya` means `Sun` and `yoga` means `to yoke` or together which literally means to amalgamate with the sun - become one. It is an energetic, dynamic and rejuvenating style of yoga based on a unique series of Sun Salutations. By practicing Suryayoga one can balance and organize chemical, bio-electric, and bio-magnetic powers in the body.
    YogasanasA comprehensive introduction to yoga basics i.e. Yogasanas. It includes popular types of yoga and its basic poses. Developed in India, Yoga is a psycho-physical discipline with roots. Yoga is not about how flexible you are; it is about stretching your body and spine.The beauty of Yoga is in its versatility, allowing practitioners to focus on the physical, psychological or spiritual, or a combination of all three.
    Practising Mudras
    Practising MudrasMudras are very easy to do and their effects are heightened when combined with Reiki. The practitioner can then feel the energy flowing strongly. There are several Mudras that one can practicing during meditation.
    Bhakti Yoga
    Bhakti Yoga signifies the method of devotion by which true communion of the soul with the Supreme Deity is accomplished. Bhakti Yoga teaches the true learner, to direct all desires and passions, towards God. Then, instead of binding the soul to worldliness and earthly attachment, they become a means of attaining God-consciousness and absolute freedom from selfishness and wickedness.
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