Shambhavi Mudra: How to Gaze at Your Eyebrows Center and Unlock Your Potential - Part 3

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Shambhavi Mudra is a powerful technique that can help you achieve a higher level of consciousness and bliss. It involves gazing at the center of your eyebrows, where the third eye chakra is located, and activating the energy flow in your body.

In this article, we will explain how to practice Shambhavi Mudra step by step, based on the video by Sadhguru.

Step 1: Sit comfortably in a meditative posture, such as Sukhasana or Padmasana. You can also sit on a chair if you prefer. Keep your spine erect and your shoulders relaxed. Place your hands on your knees in Gyan Mudra or Chin Mudra.

Step 2: Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths. Relax your face, jaw, forehead, and eyes. Bring your awareness to the center of your eyebrows, where the third eye chakra is located. This is the point where you will focus your gaze.

Step 3: Gently open your eyes and look straight ahead. Without moving your head, slowly shift your gaze to the center of your eyebrows. Keep your eyes open as long as you can, or until tears start to flow. Do not strain or blink your eyes.

Step 4: When you feel that you cannot keep your eyes open any longer, close them and bring your attention to the space between your eyebrows. Visualize a bright light or a flame in that area. Breathe normally and stay in this state for as long as you can.

Step 5: To end the practice, slowly open your eyes and look around. Rub your palms together and place them over your eyes. Feel the warmth and energy of your palms soothing your eyes. Gently remove your palms and blink your eyes a few times.

Benefits of Shambhavi Mudra

Shambhavi Mudra has many benefits for your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Some of them are:

  • It stimulates the third eye chakra, which is the center of intuition, insight, and wisdom.
  • It enhances your concentration, memory, and mental clarity.
  • It reduces stress, anxiety, and negative emotions.
  • It balances the left and right hemispheres of the brain, which improves creativity and problem-solving skills.
  • It activates the pineal gland, which regulates the circadian rhythm and melatonin production.
  • It awakens the Kundalini energy, which is the primal force of life and consciousness.
  • It leads to a state of ecstasy or bliss, which is beyond words and thoughts.

Precautions for Shambhavi Mudra

Shambhavi Mudra is a safe and simple technique that anyone can practice. However, there are some precautions that you should keep in mind:

  • Do not practice Shambhavi Mudra if you have any eye problems, such as glaucoma, cataract, or infection.
  • Do not practice Shambhavi Mudra if you have high blood pressure, heart problems, or epilepsy.
  • Do not practice Shambhavi Mudra if you are pregnant or menstruating.
  • Do not practice Shambhavi Mudra if you are under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • Do not practice Shambhavi Mudra if you are mentally unstable or depressed.
  • Do not practice Shambhavi Mudra if you have not learned it from a qualified teacher or guru.

Shambhavi Mudra is a powerful technique that can transform your life and consciousness. It can help you experience a deeper connection with yourself and the universe. However, it is not a substitute for meditation or other spiritual practices. It is only a tool that can enhance your spiritual journey. Therefore, practice it with respect, devotion and awareness.

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I'm an educator, entrepreneur, and career guidance officer. I'm interested in ICT, psychology, financial literacy, meditation, and yogic sciences. My hobbies are discovering, learning, experiencing, sharing, and exiling.

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