Once a file of medical records of my wife was lost in the hospital. I went three times to inquire about the file. I was desperate. I remembered our Reiki teacher telling us use Reiki even in ordinary problems.So draw Reiki symbols mentally and went to hospital. There was a new Team in ICU. So I asked few hospital's staff members, telling them that file was kept in a particular type of bag. immediately one of the staff member said yes, I have seen this beg in the next cubicle. It was a great relief. while anlysing this incident, I came to conclusion that while mentally drawing Reiki symbols, I change stance of my mind. It changes its mode from anxiety of finding to search a thing. This change of mode may be the reason of handling or remembering the lost things. Similarly HAkiNI mudra can change the mode of mind and remind you forgotten things. I must have used Reiki hundreds of time for searching my misplaced things.Just miracle. Do Try Hakini Mudra and give feed back.
Hi dalubaba: yes you can actually feel that shift---that switch from mostly left-brain anxious searching mode to more right brain calmative activity .This mudra helps balance left and right brain functions. Yoga helps achieve this union----this unity----this balance. om
Yes trying hakini mudra desperately.I understand it has connection two third eye as we do khechari mudra simultaneously.(touching the roof of the mough with tongue)To review our new steps.
embracing warm towel,
super brain yoga (Squatting exercise)
for khechari mudra we are to begin lengthening the tongue by pulling on it and cutting---a little at a time---at its' base until it is long enough to reach back and up and close the "hole" at back of throat! No kidding. Rarely done today and certainly not by novices.
We can do only simple mudre touching front middle and near the buccal cavity. cutting down cartilage is not practicale for us. I do not think even Sanyasi staying in Ashrams do it.Simple mudra may give some benefit. While dropping back, it does give relaxation.
My interest in yoga is just pass time and use it as a preventive therapy in stead of curative therapy. If curative therapy is available in allopathy, it will be my first choice.The internet does help to certain extent.
I have received a comment from a senior member, Caregiver on Khechari mudra. I am pasting as under.
Roof of the mouth
Sent by caregiver222 16 hours
On the roof of the mouth is a vestigal organ. It is in the little lump you feel with your tongue. It produces a polypeptide, which is a signaling substance, when stimulated. I noted you mentioned this in one of your exercises.
It means we may get some advantage with ordinary khechari Mudra.
In the last 3 days I have received 4 boxes of flowers and trees and have not had time to explore Mudra. Sunday was still snow and rain with cold and then on Monday the temps raised 30 degrees and the sun is warm and the ground is melting....I will be planting my flowers this weekend
but am trying to bring this subject back to the top of the list so I can remember my promise to myself to look up this subject.....
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