The brain can react and respond to situations in either a calm or reactive way. One way to enhance the brain's power and clarity is to practice Hakini Mudra, a hand gesture that stimulates the third-eye chakra and balances the left and right hemispheres of the brain.
To practice Hakini Mudra, sit in a comfortable posture with your spine straight and your eyes closed. Bring your palms together in front of your chest, touching the tips of your fingers and thumbs lightly. Lift your hands to the level of your forehead, keeping your gaze on the space between your eyebrows. Breathe deeply and slowly, placing your tongue on the roof of your mouth as you inhale and relaxing it as you exhale.
Hakini Mudra is named after the Hindu goddess Hakini, who represents power, intuition, and inner knowing. This mudra helps you to access your inner wisdom, improve your memory and concentration, calm your mind, and boost your confidence. It is especially useful when you need to make important decisions or deliver a speech. You can practice this mudra for up to 30 minutes a day, preferably at sunrise.
stimulate various parts of the mind and enhance your emotional and mental quotient inside the brain.
overcome depression and various mental disorders caused by stress and anxiety.
improve creativity, focus, concentration, memory power, and mindfulness.
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