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Mudras for healing

Discussion in 'Alternative Therapies' started by Gavman, Oct 14, 2011.

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    Very interesting! I'm in the "I'll try anything that might help and not hurt me" school, so I just ran through the mudras to see what would happen. I got to #6 and immediately felt a popping in my lower spine and an energy flow up my entire back. I don't really care what this "means;" it's enough for me that something happened, and it feels good.

    So I'm going to stop typing and go back to that mudra!
     
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    I have the hardest time getting my middle finger to stay pointing up in the Gyan Mudra.

    There are so many jokes i could make about my middle finger here...:D
     
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    leela Slow But Hopeful

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    Ema, I believe that is a symptom of Acute Politeness Disorder :lol:
     
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