The root of the Sanskrit word Mudrä is “Mud,” which means to impart bliss, happiness, pleasure, joy, änanda. Mudräs are the means for the achievement of Änanda-çré. Änanda means “pure bliss,” and çré here symbolizes “feminine energy.” The rising of the feminine energy to meet the masculine energy and the joy of this union is Änanda-çré. In other words, this bliss is attained through the divine powers of the Mudrä or hand gestures, which emphasize and intensify the concentration on the Divine and attract the blessings of the Divine.
“The Consciousness of Yoga as the Flow of Divine Grace rests upon a higher form of energy in order to manifest it. Indu Arora explores the deeper practices of Yoga through the dynamism of Mudra unfolding the powers of healing, rejuvenation and transformation. Mudra Jnana unlocks the yogic process revealing a secret force of Shakti hidden deep within our psyche. Indu awakens us to the grace and power of Mudra in our daily life, making our every gesture full of light.”
– Yogini Shambhavi Devi
Author of ‘Yogic Secrets of the Dark Goddess’