I have covered all most all the mudras in this blog, but the one which is missing is Kechari Mudra.
I won’t covering this technique, but we will briefly cover Kechari mudra to understand it’s importance.
kechari mudra enables one to raise Kundalini and access various stores of amrita in the head, which subsequently flood the body.
In Sanskrit ‘Kha’ means Akasa or Sky and ‘Chari’ means to move.The reason why this is known as Kechari mudra because the Yogi moves in the Akasa.
I would recommend that one should only practice this mudra under the direct guidance of Guru. One should not do this mudra by reading it from a book or internet. It is dangerous to do such a practice. To be precise there are very few people know this mudra in this whole world. It is a difficult thing to know whether some one had really mastered it or not.
I have never practiced this mudra, Need to go a long way to achieving this, may be after few years.We won’t be revealing the method to perform this mudra.
The main benefit of practising of Kechari Mudra is that the practitioner ( Yogi) is free from fainting, hunger, thirst and laziness. The body of the practitioner will be filled with nectar. practising mudra enables the yogi to overcome disease and death..One can free from diseases, decay, old age and death.
Kechari Mudra is the best of all mudra. If possible everyone should try to practice this mudra in their lifetime to attain the epitome of spirituality.
Caution: Practising this mudra is not that easy, You should take guidance from a qualified Guru only…