(Dedicated to the sun god, Pushan, also the god of nourishment)
VERSION 1 :
Right hand: The tips of the thumb, index finger, and middle finger are on top of each other; the other fingers are extended.
Left hand: The tips of the thumb, middle finger, and ring finger are on top of each other; the other fingers are extended.
This mudra symbolizes accepting and receiving with the gesture of one hand and letting things flow, giving, and letting go with the gesture of the other. Both should be coordinated with each other in digestion. It influences the enery.
gy currents that are responsible for absorbing and utilizing food, as well as helping with elimination. It intensifies breathing and therefore the absorp• tion of oxygen and the release of carbon dioxide in the lungs.
It has a relax• ing effect on the solar plexus (the area of the stomach, liver, spleen, and gall• bladder), regulates energies in the autonomic nervous system, mobilizes energies of elimination, and detoxifies. It has an excellent effect on general or acute nausea, seasickness, flatulence, and that sensation of fullness one feels after meals.
Of each other, the other fingers are extended.
Left hand: Same as Version 1. Connecting the energies of the thumb, ring finger, and little finger activates the lower digestive process and the
elimination process. This mudra can be called the general energy pump. It stimulates the functions of the brain, a fact that has also been proved sci• entifically. The finger position of the right hand activates energy in the pelvic floor, like a smoldering fire that has been stoked. With the finger position of the left hand, the kindled energy is directed upward. Every organ, the general mood, and thinking (concentration, memory, logic, enthusiasm, etc.) are positively influenced as a result.
These two mudras can be used as immediate help or practiced four times a day for 5 minutes in the case of chronic complaints.