The truth that money brings mental well-being to people is well known. Unfortunately, not everyone has a large enough amount of money to meet their own needs. Typically, the main source of money for any person is their salary or at best, business income. The desire for all “worldly” benefits also accepts other ways of increasing their own capital. Attracting money in this way is quite wise.
What is Mudra?
Mudra is a finger arrangement that can affect a person’s energy structure and allow you to attract money to yourself. Since ancient times, the ancient knowledge of mudra yoga has opened up unique opportunities for obtaining money and wealth. There are several ways to attract money to yourself using mudra
Start – To Overcome Crisis and Stagnation
This mudra can be used for those in a ruthless situation and facing financial problems. This mudra is “Start” and begins to attract money after it is applied. However, it should be warned that the mudra only acts when a person firmly believes in their own power and has overcome all doubts.
Starting position: The hands are pressed against each other in front of the chest, with the palms facing downwards. The bottoms of the palms should touch. The thumb, ring finger and middle finger are bent, and the others are linked together. Also, the index fingers touch each other from the sides and are directed towards the palms at a 90 degree angle. The index fingers rise vertically and are pressed together.
Now close your eyes and take a deep breath. Mentally imagine a strong energy support that will help you get out of stagnation in the body. You can apply this mudra for 3 days, preferably in the mornings.
Balancing – To Make a Leap
This is smart for those who have never had any luck with financial matters.
Starting position: The palms should be placed vertically in front of the chest. Place your fingers and point them vertically upward; hold onto your little fingers by connecting them in a straight manner. Do the same for your thumb. Your ring and index fingers should be pointed vertically upward.
Now close your eyes, breathe freely and strongly.
According to experts in this field, one should focus mentally on the sacral area that connects the person to the Universe. The person with an open imagination should imagine their hands being filled with money like a bowl. This mudra should be practiced for 7 days immediately after waking up.
Acceptance – For Continuous Attraction of Wealth
This mudra is a source of permanent wealth and abundance. It aligns energy to ensure a continuous flow of cash.
Starting position: Hands at chest level, palms facing towards you. Edges of the palms are joined together and the thumb, index finger, and middle finger are connected. The edges of the little finger and ring finger are tightly joined.
This mudra should be performed in the morning after waking up and also before bed at night. It takes 2-3 minutes to complete.
Realization of Self – For drawing Urgent Money.
It is believed that this mudra was designed for those who are in real need of money.
This mudra is believed to be designed specifically for those who have an urgent need for money, and not for continuous flow of wealth. It should only be used in situations where you have a great need for cash.
Place your hands in front of you at the solar plexus level, with the fingers of one hand directing towards the fingers of the other.
Now, focus on the solar plexus area and feel a strong flow of energy mentally. You should send the amount you want to concentrate on. This Mudra should be performed in the morning after waking up for attracting money.
Concentration – Protection Against Money Loss
This mudra will help those who are trying to protect themselves from losing money, bankruptcy, and fraud.
Starting position: hands at the level of the solar plexus, fingers pointing upwards. The tips of one hand will touch the bones of the fingers of the other hand.
Close your eyes, focus on the solar plexus area and imagine a shield in this area to perform the protective function. Also, state that all money is under reliable protection. This mudra should be performed once a day, preferably in the evenings.