Sarvajit Mudra for stillness of the mind

Mudras are an ancient science that unlocks wonderful secrets. They help awaken cosmic energy to purify the body, mind and the soul. And the best thing is, they can be practiced by anyone, at any time!

We usually don’t even think about it, but through our fingertips different types of electrical waves flow to various parts of the body. Mudras use those energy currents for healing.

Sarvajit Mudra

Sarvajit Mudra helps balance the activities of the right and left hemisphere of the brain. It gives victory over all the senses and surrenders the mind to stillness. It leads to Nirvana, enlightenment.

Sarvajit Mudra

We can practice it in a sitting or standing position, as long as the spine is completely erect – the chest, neck and head are held in a straight line. The hands are relaxed with a gentle pressure of the fingers.

How to:

Interlace the little, ring and middle fingers and bend them. Straighten the index fingers, touching the pads together. Straighten the thumbs, bringing them together side by side, as you see in the photo. A little triangle will be formed above the thumbs.

The mudra can be practiced as a part of meditation. Practice for at least 3 minutes per day.

How to: Sarvajit mudra

The triangle symbolizes the connection between us and the Supreme, and the movement of consciousness away from the many into the One. The sacred geometry of the triangle impels us to surrender, enabling the one Supreme Self to be victorious over the illusion of the many.

Personally I find this mudra practice extremely soothing and calming. Let me know how it goes if you try it! 🙂

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Read more about mudras: The Lotus Mudra

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