Mudra For General Weakness,How to do, duration,precautions

Mudra For Weakness

General weakness or feeling lethargic is a common problem faced by many.
According to Center for Pain and Supportive Care, weakness can be defined as
“lack of physical or muscle strength and the feeling that extra effort is needed to perform daily activities”.

The practice of Gyan mudra, Prithvi mudra, Apaan mudra, Vaayan mudra, and pran mudra are useful to overcome this condition.

Gyan mudra

How to do Gyan mudra

Join the tips of index finger and thumb finger to form Gyan mudra.

Prithvi mudra

How to do Prithvi mudra

Join the tips of the ring finger and thumb finger to form Prithvi mudra.
Apaan mudra

Apaan mudra

How to do Apaan mudra

Join the tips of the middle finger, ring finger and thumb finger to form Apaan mudra.

Vaayan mudra

Vata-Kaarak or Vayaan mudra

How to do Vaayan mudra
join the tips of the index finger, middle finger and thumb finger to form Vaayan mudra.

Pran Mudra

pran mudra benefits

How to do Pran mudra

Join the tips of the little finger, ring finger and thumb finger to form Pran mudra.

Duration of mudra practice

45 minutes of regular practice or 15 minutes thrice a day.

You have to do mudras with both the hands. Just a simple touch of the tips of the fingers is enough to get results of mudra practice.

Precautions

If you are a Vata or Kapha excess person, then do these mudras in moderation only.

I think this mudra is helpful for you.Also, read my book “Complete Hand Mudras.” It will give you more information about mudras read more