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Yoni mudra

Yoni mudra (Attitude of the womb or source).

Assume a comfortable meditation posture with the head and spine straight. Place the palms of the hands together with fingers and thumbs straight and point away from the body. 

Keeping the pads of the index fingers together, turn the little, ring and the middle fingers inwards so that the backs of the fingers are touching. Interlock the little, Ring and middle fingers. Bring the tumbs towards the body and join the pads of the fingers together to form the base of a ‘yoni’ or womb shape.

BENEFITS- The inter-locking of the fingers in this practice creates a complete cross- connection of energies from the right into the left and vice versa. As well as balancing the energies in the body, It helps to balance the activities of the right and left hemispheres of the brain. Placing the tips of the index fingers and thumbs together futher intensifies the flow of prana.

This mudra makes the body and mind more stable in meditation and develops greater concentration. awareness and internal physical relaxation. It redirects prana back into the body which would otherwise be dispersed through the hands and fingers. The elbows naturally tend to point to the side when performing this mudra which helps open up the chest area. 

VARIATION- Yoni mudra may also be performed by interlocking the middle, ring and little fingers without turning them inward. The tumbs may be crossed in front of the out stretched with the pads touching towards the body.

NOTE – The word yoni means ‘Womb’ or ‘Source’ yoni mudra invokes the primal energy inherent in the womb or source of creation.
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