Asana, Pranayama, Mudra and Bandha.: 1
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Mula Bandha, the Root Lock, consists of pressing one heel into the anus, generally in a cross-legged seated asana, and contracting the perineum, forcing the prana to enter the central sushumna channel.
An example of the application of the Vajra mudrā is the seventh technique (out of nine) of the Nine Syllable Seals. It is done by joining the tips of the thumb and the index together, and keeping the other fingers straight very much like the abhaya and varada mudrās but with the thumbs touching the index fingers.
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According to scholar Sir Monier Monier-Williams it means "seal" or "any other instrument used for sealing".As well as being spiritual gestures employed in the iconography and spiritual practice of Indian religions, mudras have meaning in many forms of Indian dance, and yoga. The karana mudrā is the mudra which expels demons and removes obstacles such as sickness or negative thoughts. To make the tongue long and flexible enough to be folded back in this way, the Khecharividya exhorts the yogi to make a cut a hair's breadth deep in the frenulum of the tongue once a week.
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Six months of this treatment destroys the frenulum, leaving the tongue able to fold back; then the yogi is advised to practise stretching the tongue out, holding it with a cloth, to lengthen it, and to learn to touch each ear in turn, and the base of the chin.It follows the traditional path to meditation as laid out in Classical Yoga texts such as the Hath Yoga Pradipika. The bhūmisparśa or "earth witness" mudra of Gautama Buddha is one of the most common iconic images of Buddhism. This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use.