Vajrasana (Thunderbolt Pose)


Vajra is a reference of a weapon which is used by Lord Indra (God of Rain & Thunder), this weapon is believed as the most powerful and unbreakable weapon. Vajrasana has a great influence on Vajra Nadi, Vajra Nadi (Nadis are the subtle channel through which energy flow) is a pathway that carries the nervous impulses of the reproductive system and

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Padmasana (Lotus Pose)


The name “Padma” means “Lotus” in Sanskrit, in this posture, the position of legs seems like a lotus therefore the name of this asana is Padmasana. This asana is more popular because most of the gods in Hinduism use this asana whenever they are shown sitting in a meditation stage like Lord Shiva, Mahatama Buddha, etc. Padmasana is also known as

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Siddhasana (Accomplished Pose)


Siddhasana (Accomplished Pose) is a Sanskrit word that is made by two words Siddha means accomplished and Asana means Posture. This asana symbolized the energy and perfection therefore it is known as Siddhasana (Accomplished Pose) for men and Siddha Yoni Asana for women. This practice more often used to steady the pressure in the groin area which is linked with the

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