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Chachari-mudra — Chin-mudra



Chachari-mudra

Yogic mudra, associated with the organ of perception – eyes, eyesight. The practice of this mudra involves concentration on external objects in space in front of oneself, and then – transition to shambhava-mudra.

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Chaitanya

supreme consciousness

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Chakra
psychoenergetic center of the body  → Подробнее...
Chakra-bheda

the practice of raising of Kundalini in sushumna and carrying it through the chakras to the Sahasrara area

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Chakravartin
world ruler, the king-world-bearer  → Подробнее...
Chamvar Chamvar
The fan made of Tibetan yak’s tail. It is used in pujas and aratis as a sign of respect. In the old days, when royal dynasties were governing, servants used the chamvar for making cool and to brush away insects around royal persons.  → Подробнее...
Chimta Chimta
It is a tongs for woods and coals in dhuni. The tongs can serve as a weapon and also as a protection from evil spirits. While bhajans are performed the chimta is used as a musical instrument. Sometimes a pair of tweezers is attached to it.  → Подробнее...
Chin-mudra

Chin-mudra is practiced in any meditative asana. Both hands are used here. The tips of the thumb and index finger touch each other, forming a circle or an acute angle. The other three fingers are kept straight, but relaxed. Hands are placed on the laps, palms up.

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