Kindness is in Our Hands! Beauty & Bliss with Kind Karma® Meditation Heart Mudra.
Kind Karma® Yoga is a Heart-Centered Yoga, incorporating heart based practices. Kind Karma® Yoga incorporates innovative holistic approaches to open our hearts, clear our minds, heal our body and soothe our spirits. Kind Karma® Yoga provides the necessary tools to navigate your everyday life to generate positive karma, and to work with the rhythms and flows of nature in alignment with your true intention. Kind Karma® Yoga's aim is to build a world community of Kind Karma® Creators.
"Living Yoga from the Heart"
"Give ear to me: calm your mind, heal your heart, soothe your spirit and so shall kindness spontaneously arise." Spoken Word from the Fae of the Greens & Channeled by Dean Telano, Shaman of the Elements & Fae, Faery Lightworker; Faery Crystal Practitioner; Faery Reiki Master
"Kindness is in your Hands!"
Heart Mudra of Spiritual Freedom: Kalesvara Mudra
Meditation Benefits of the Heart Mudra
Calms anxious thoughts, agitated feelings, inner restlessness and nervousness.
Clears your mind, helping you make new observations about yourself.
Enhances memory, concentration and the ability to focus.
Helps with creating new, positive insights into otherwise difficult situations.
Removes negative thoughts and replaces them with positive ones.
Heart opening. Soothes heartache, and mitigates grief and depression.
Eliminates addictive behavior, habits or patterns.
Raises your vibration, cultivates uplifting energy and awakens your authentic self.
Supports the health of your neuroendocrine system.
Directs energy flow into the chest, neck, head; and thymus, thyroid and pituitary glands.
Opens and balances your higher energy centers: 4th, 5th & 6th chakras.
This yoga and meditation hand gesture - mudra, integrates compassion, wisdom and self-empowerment to help you live a life of happiness, joyfulness and kindness.
How to do Perform the Heart Mudra Meditation
Sit comfortably, with a straight spine. Feel tall.
With your elbows bent, bring your hands up until they meet in front of the body at the level of your heart. The elbows should be held up almost to the level of the hands, and away from the body.
Bend the index fingers of each hand in toward the palm and press them together at the second joint. Extend your middle fingers so that there are touching and pointing way from your body. Curl the rest of your fingers (ring and little fingers) into your palm.
Touch the thumbs together at their tips, pointing or angled downward (refer to the above photo). Create a shape that resembles a heart.
Hold your hands in this mudra about a hand's width away from your body, with your elbows and hands held approximately at same level.
Relax your shoulders back and down.
Keep your attention on your breath, heart center, hand mudra or affirmation.
Try not to wrestle with your thoughts, just allow them to filter through, and then return your focus back onto your breath or established focal point. You can also focus your attention at the tip of your nose.
Long, deep natural breaths. Be gentle.
Meditate with the hands in this heart shape mudra, daily, for 3-5 minutes. A good practice goal is 10+ minutes.
Energy Centers: Heart (Green); Throat (Blue) and Third-Eye (Indigo).
“Silence, harmony and peace fill my entire being.”
"Kindness is in my hands."
"Kindness is my my heart."
Inhale completely, gently hold your breath and mentally recite your affirmation. Next, exhale, hold the breath out, and repeat the same affirmation. If needed, repeat the same process with the affirmation.
To finish your meditation: relax your breath, sit quietly, and abide in peace and calm. Be sure to offer gratitude to whom you feel necessary.
"Gratitude is God's Grace." - Dean Telano
For More Information
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Disclaimer: This blog post is not a substitute for conventional medical diagnosis or treatment for any medical or psychological condition. It is not intended as a replacement or substitute for medical treatment from a health care provider for any medical or psychological condition, nor should it be used as such. For such issues, you should seek the proper treatment from a licensed physician or healthcare professional. Be sure to consult your physician before starting this or any other exercise program.
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