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Bhairavi: left is on top it is, we are invoking the energy of Shakti.
- Harmonizes c the right and left hemispheres of the brain
- Unites all opposites.
- Used for meditation as it brings a sense of inner balance
You may find it more comfortable to place a cushion or shawl in your lap and rest your hands on it. This also helps to prevent your shoulders and chest from rounding forward, which can make it difficult for you to breathe properly.
Some meditation groups suggest that it is better if you put your left hand on top, not the right. Others think it best that men put the right hand on top and women the left. You may want to experiment with these variations to see which is best and most peaceful for you.
In Indian mythology, Bhairava is fierce form of Siva. The joined hands represent the union of the ida and pingala nadis (meridians) – or the equalisation of the two hemispheres of the brain. This union or equalisation helps to bring your mind to a peaceful, balanced state and enhances the effectiveness of your meditation practice.
Yoga Muda Sequence
1. Sit in Sukāsana (or other cross legged seated posture that is easeful) and place hands on knees in chin mudra
2. Inhale- raise arms slowly out to the side extending from the shoulder line, initiate the lift both with the inhalation and from behind the navel. Feel the extension through the heels of the hands
3. Exhale – lift lower abdomen inward and upward and slowly fold forward, drawing forehead toward the floor, cross hands at base of spine.
4. Inhale – slowly raise torso extending arms as in position 2. use the inward orientation of the lower belly to support the lift.
5. Exhale- lower arms to position 1 finding increased length and levity within the spine.
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