Sunday, October 2, 2011

Sukhasan (Comfortable Pose)

  • Sit down with your legs outstretched in front and keeping the back erect, place your palms on the floor behind the buttocks, with the fingers pointing backward, i.e. Dandasan.
  • Gradually, flex your legs one by one in such a way that the right foot comes just under the left thigh and the left foot under the right thigh.
  • Sit comfortably with your spine vertical to the floor and rest the hands on the knees in any mudra.
  • Make sure you do not feel strain while keeping the spine, head, and neck erect.
  • Close your eyes and relax the whole body.
  • Stay in this pose for as long as comfortable, with slow and even breathing.
  • On the breaths flowing in and out of your nostrils
  • On the Holy Names “Radhey Krishna” in your each breath
  • On the erect spine in the final position
  • As the name suggests, Sukhasan is a “Comfortable Pose,” the easiest meditative pose among all. Even beginners can practice it.
  • It also stretches the spine wonderfully.
  • It increases concentration ability by developing stability of the mind.

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