The Dharmachakra Mudra symbolizes the role of the teacher.
How to form the Dharmachakra mudra:Thumbs and index fingers are joined. Middle, ring, and pinky fingers are extended in a relaxed fashion. With left palm facing the body and right palm faced outward join thumbs and index fingers of both hands.
Alternate Name: Dhenu Mudra
Balances the five elements: Air Fire Water Earth and Metal
How to form the Surabhi mudra: Fingers and thumbs are joined at tips. Thumbs touching each other. Left index finger joins right middle finger. Right index finger joins left middle finger. Left ring finger joins right pinky finger. Right ring finger joins left pinky finger.
The Akash Mudra helps to "center" your energies. It nourishes any part of your body that is lacking.
How to form the Akash mudra: Thumb and middle finger are joined. Index, ring, and pinky fingers are extended.
Mida-no Jouin Mudra
Dual Worlds Meditation Pose
The left hand mirrors the right hand representing two worlds: Enlightment and Illusion
How to form Mida-no Jouin mudra: Middle, ring, and pinky fingers create a flat or slightly curved bed resting upon the lap. Two circles are formed with index fingers held together while extended upwards meeting the tips of both thumbs.
Helpful for chronic constipation. Tames uncontrolled behaviors such as impatience, temper tantrums, clinging to others, etc.
How to form the Suchi mudra: Form a fist, extend index finger pointing up and out away from the body, preferrably arms are extended over the head.
Alternate Name: Earth Mudra
The Prithivi mudra recharges the root chakra aligning it with earth energies.
How to form the Prithivi mudra: Tips of thumb and ring finger are joined. Remaining fingers are extended.
Protection - Wards Off Evil
The Bhutadamar mudra serves as a shield keeping negative energies...