Surabhi Mudra is useful to cut all the bad effects of three doshas. Due to its impact on all the three doshas, it’s also called as tri-dosha.
Due to its impact on all the three doshas, it’s also called as tri-dosha naashak mudra. This mudra has a unique property of balancing all the five elements in the body; this mudrā has directly equal to Samaan mudra.
Tridosha naashak mudra
Meanings of Surabhi Mudra
Kamadhenu is a Sanskrit word meaning mother of cows. Cows have a deep meaning in the Indian tradition and so Kamadhenu is also very important in our tradition. It is believed that the goddess Kamadhenu has a wondrous power and can fulfil all of our wishes. So most people turn their wishes to this goddess and get on the path of spiritualism. It is believed that you will reach the highest level of happiness.
How to do Surabhi mudra
This mudra is not that much easy to do like other mudras. Look at the picture and read the description clearly.
This mudra is formed by joining the tip of the ring finger of each hand to the tip of a little finger of the other and the tip of the index finger of each hand to the tip of the middle of the other. This forms a figure that resembles the four udders of a cow.
30 minutes of regular practice is enough to get good results of this mudra. You can do it any time or any position. It is preferable that the early hour of the morning or in meditation to get the best result.
Anyone can do this mudra to lead a disease free life.
Precautions and tips:
This is an extremely powerful mudra that is useful to balance between the five elements. . If you find that the mudra is a bit difficult at first, do not force yourself and hurry. Just start with 1-2 minutes and you can gradually do 15 minutes a day. To achieve lasting effects, this Mudra should be practised daily for 45 minutes or three times a day for 15 minutes each ….