When only a singularity remains, body, mind, world, self, and consciousness all become one.
In this, all three states of consciousness (i.e awake, sleeping, and dreaming) are merged into one state. This state generates liberation from all illusions of mind, space, time, and reality.
Focusing on rhythm within and attaching a positive emotion to each repetition.
This repetitive rhythm can be generated by repeating a word or a mantra or by concentrating on already existing bodily rhythms like breath or heartbeat. Repetitive focus on emotions like peace, bliss, and love generates an energized embodied state.
Focusing on rhythm within. This repetitive rhythm can be generated by repeating a word or a mantra or by concentrating on already existing bodily rhythms like breath or heartbeat.
Objective: Strengthening the mind, improving focus.
Mudra for Graciousness
Hand pointed towards the ground signifies earth which is the embodiment of graciousness. it is content to be under our feet, it feeds us nurtures us and shelters us with the need for acknowledgment.
Mudra for Gratitude
Being grateful makes you aware of how so many things (universe) have worked together to uplift you.
Most of us feel that the world is going horribly wrong, there is nothing to be grateful for. Hard times come to teach us, make us better, make us stronger, make us more aware, and ultimately uplift us. We can only rise once we fall. And when you are as grateful for your falls as you are for your rising up, that is true consciousness.