Crown Mudra

Crown Chakra Mudra
Uttarabodhi Mudra
I also call this the #unicorn Mudra!
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The mudra or gesture of enlightenment. The hands interlace and your index fingers and thumbs release and connect with their respective finger. Your index fingers should point up to the sky and your thumbs should point down to the earth. This mudra should be practiced for 15 to 20 minutes, one to three times a day to get the best results, but can be performed any time and any place as needed.
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Uttarabodhi mudra can be used to connect with cosmic consciousness or the divine energy of the universe. This can also be compared to connecting to the highest version of ourselves. This mudra refreshes the body and mind like pressing refresh on your browser. It’s a chance to give a flash of energy to our selves. This mudra has a relaxing effect on the mind and body. It can be especially beneficial to practice before giving a presentation or teaching a class or workshop.
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Common psychological symptoms of an unbalanced crown chakra: depression, confusion, loss of faith, mentally disconnected, dementia, epilepsy, schizophrenia.
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Common physical symptoms of an unbalanced crown chakra: light sensitivity, headaches, dementia, autoimmune disorders, neurological disorders, (the crown chakra affects the health of our brains and therefore our entire mental, physical, and spiritual health).
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Chant: Ng
Sounds like: Ning
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Affirmations:
I am divine.
I trust my guidance by my divine.
I see the divine light in everyone.
My spiritual insight is clear.
I am open to the abundance and greatness the universe offers.
I accept all that comes into my day with trust and selflessness.
I am selfless.
I honor all others.
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