Mukula Mudra or Beak hand mudra and is very simple and effective one among the other mudras. Once the mudra is practised, it ensures an instant feeling of rejuvenation.
It can be an effective healing tool too. Mukula Mudra is placed on the organ or body part that hurts or is tense. It is directed energy to a specific part. This mudra is an energy-giving and relaxing mudra
This relaxing and stimulating mudra is placed on the organ or part of the body that hurts or feels weak or tense. This is equivalent to directing a laser beam of regenerative energy in the parts of the body or organs to be treated.
How to apply Mukula mudra on organs
According to West, the fingers should be placed on the various organs as follows:
- Lungs: Place your fingers on the right and left sides, approximately 5 cm below the clavicle.
- Abdomen: place the fingers of both hands directly below the sternum.
- Liver and gallbladder Place your left hand on the lower end of the sternum. Pass the end of the ribs on the right side 21 times with your right hand as if you were about to strike a match.
- Spleen and pancreas: place your right hand on the lower end of the sternum. Grasp the ends of the left ribs 21 times with your left hand as if you were about to strike a match.
- Kidneys: place the fingers of both hands about 5 cm above the waist on the back.
- Bladder: place the fingers of both hands on the right and left sides of the abdomen near the pubic bone.
- Dams: place the fingers of one hand on the navel and draw a circle from right to left that becomes larger and larger
Always do a full breadth of yoga.