Method: Adi mudra is formed by placing the thumbs into the palms and curls the other fingers over the thumbs. Place the ‘fists’ down onto the thighs, with the backs of the hands higher . Slow rhythmic breathing in a 4:3:6:3 ratio (Inhale : 4, keeping air inside : 3, Exhale : 6, Keeping belly empty without air : 3). Repeat this cycle for 7 times.
Duration: 30minutes every day, either at one stretch or in two parts(i.e for 15 minutes, twice a day)
Benefits of ADI MUDRA
Performing Audi mudra opens the higher lobes of the lungs. Adi Mudra motivates Udana vatu, the prana that Moves upwards in the head region, and outwards to the extremities. In physical terms, it is in charge of the balancing and healing the sense organs. In more subtle terms it is in Charge of balancing our appreciations. Adi mudra in Try to maintain awareness of each breath moving into out of the nostrils for two or three minutes.
Advantages of ADI MUDRA:
• Increases the vital capacity of the lungs
• It helps the organs to function actively
• Increases oxygen flows to the throat and head area
• It quiets the nervous system