Starting your Monday on a positive note!
Focussing Tip from Ramon Kinkel
Get your focus back for the new week with Hakini Mudra!
Mudra means “seal,” “gesture,” or “mark.” Yoga mudras are symbolic gestures often practiced with the hands and fingers. They facilitate the flow of energy in the subtle body and enhance one’s journey within.
Hakini mudra boosts memory power, increases concentration, energizes the brain, coordinates the right and left hemispheres of the brain, and promotes calmness. Hakini mudra also develops one's connection with the third eye chakra and promotes intuition.
To perform Hakini Mudra, bring the palms in front of the body with each palm facing the other. Bring the finger tips of both hands together by letting them maintain light contact. Focus on the third eye chakra. Place the tongue against the roof of the mouth and inhale. Relax the tongue while exhaling. Repeat this series of movements for several minutes.
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