Yoga Exercises > Yoga Mudras - Hand and Finger Postures
"Abhaya" means 'fearless' in Sanskrit. This mudra is a sign of benevolence and peace.
"Dhyana" connotes 'meditation' in Sanskrit. This mudra is assumed during meditation.Gyana Mudra
"Gyana" refers to 'knowledge' in Sanskrit.
"Linga" or "angustha" refers to 'thumb' in Sanskrit.
"Air" is referred to as 'Mritsanjeevani' in Sanskrit. This mudra helps in balancing the air element in your body.
"Prithvi" means 'earth' in Sanskrit. This mudra restores balance of the earth element in your body.
"Shunya" refers to 'zero' or 'sky' in Sanskrit. This mudra helps to connect your mind.Surya Mudra
In Sanskrit, "Surya" means 'sun'. Sun is the source of energy. This mudra provides energy.
In Sanskrit, "vaayu" connotes 'air'. Air element of the body gets properly balanced with this mudra.
"Varuna" means 'water' in Sanskrit. This mudra helps maintain balance of water in your body.