SOURCE BING IMAGES.......Mudras peuvent guérir presque toute affection d'un simple mal de tête à des attaques cardiaques ainsi que les maladies qui nécessitent une longue durée inhabituelle de temps pour la guérison si elle est pratiquée régulièrement. Ils peuvent également soigner l'insomnie, l'arthrite et la perte de mémoire. Différents gestes Mudra servent à des fins différentes.......

SOURCE BING IMAGES.......Mudras peuvent guérir presque toute affection d'un simple mal de tête à des attaques cardiaques ainsi que les maladies qui nécessitent une longue durée inhabituelle de temps pour la guérison si elle est pratiquée régulièrement. Ils peuvent également soigner l'insomnie, l'arthrite et la perte de mémoire. Différents gestes Mudra servent à des fins différentes.......

Pratique de mudra - École de yoga traditionnel

Pratique de mudra - École de yoga traditionnel

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Yoga Instructor Training for Women #yoga #forwomen http://www.yoga-teacher-training.org/2006/06/27/ultimate_yoga_for_women/

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bhakti karma raja jnana yoga

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gyan ou jnana mudra et chin mudra

gyan ou jnana mudra et chin mudra

JNANA YOGA (path of Knowledge):                                                   Jnâna yoga teaches that there are four means to salvation
Viveka - Discrimination: The ability to differentiate between what is real/eternal (Brahman) and what is unreal/temporal (everything else in the universe.) This was an important concept in texts older even than the Bhagavad Gita, and often invoked the image of a Swan, which was said to be able to separate milk (or Soma) from water, whilst…

JNANA YOGA (path of Knowledge): Jnâna yoga teaches that there are four means to salvation Viveka - Discrimination: The ability to differentiate between what is real/eternal (Brahman) and what is unreal/temporal (everything else in the universe.) This was an important concept in texts older even than the Bhagavad Gita, and often invoked the image of a Swan, which was said to be able to separate milk (or Soma) from water, whilst…

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