Uttarabodhi mudra is useful to get enlightenment. This mudra can be used to substitute Abhay-Gyan mudra.
How to do
This mudra is easy to perform, just interlock the hands keeping the index finger straight touching each other and pointing upwards, and the thumbs extended touching each other and pointed downwards.
Regular practice of this Mudra leads to the realization of self and remove fear. This mudra gives us the knowledge of self and realization that we should fear nothing except God.
Benefits of Uttarabodhi mudra
This mudra is the best mudra to soothe and calm excited nerves before the beginning of a daunting task.
This mudra is useful to improve self-confidence and to overcome examination or stage fright, etc.
20 minutes of practice is enough to get the result. You can perform this mudra any time or any position or whenever there is a necessity.
Mudra practice to activate Solar plexus chakra
Place both hands in front of your solar plexus at the level of the belly. Place the corresponding indexes and thumbs one on top of the other. Point your index finger toward the ceiling and your thumbs toward the floor or stomach. When you lie down, the tips of your thumb may be on the bottom of your sternum.
Uttarabodhi Mudra can be done anywhere, at any time and for as long as you want. You can use this mudra if you feel physically and mentally apathetic, if you want to relax or if you need a catchy idea, a brainstorm.
This mudras effect on the metalic element
Uttarabodhi Mudra strengthens the metallic element, which is associated with the energy of the lungs and the colon. Increase inhalation; and since the areas of the heart and lungs are especially open when this mudra is finished, it has a refreshing effect. The metallic element has a direct relationship with the nervous system and with anything that triggers electrical and/or energetic impulses. These are the internal and external forms that connect man with the environment and the cosmic forces. The metallic element drives the universal life force, also called chi or prana, from the outside to the inside.
It is also responsible for charging the internal energy storage. I like to compare this Mudra with a lightning rod and practice it a lot, before giving a lecture, teaching or writing a class. On the one hand, I want to connect with the divine forces, which should be the essence of my work. and on the other hand, I want to make the connection for the listeners and/or readers of the students. Test the effect of this mudra, you will be surprised!