Kubera Mudra Asivana Yoga Mudra Catalog by Jack Utermoehl

Kubera Mudra - Gesture of Wealth

Jack Utermoehl

Kubera Mudra (Koo-be-ra) - Gesture of Wealth

Kubera Mudra, with its focus on intention and manifestation, can be a powerful tool in practices aimed at goal setting, visualization, and manifesting desires, aligning with the energy of determination and success through the practice of energy conservation and proper use.

Kubera Mudra Asivana Yoga Mudra Catalog by Jack Utermoehl

Instructions

  1. Touch the tips of your thumb, index, and middle fingers together.
  2. Fold the other two fingers (ring and little finger) into your palm.
  3. Hold the Mudra in front of your chest or in your lap.
  4. Keep your spine straight, shoulders relaxed, and breathe naturally.

Benefits

  • Helps in focusing and manifesting intentions and desires.
  • Aids in reducing stress and clarifying the mind.
  • Can bring a sense of empowerment and confidence.
  • Encourages positive energy flow and determination.
  • Often used for setting goals and visualizing success.

When to Practice

  • While meditating on specific goals or intentions.
  • When setting affirmations or practicing visualization.
  • In the morning to set the tone for the day or when planning.
  • Anytime you need to refocus or reenergize your intentions.

Duration: 5-10 minutes

Best Time of Day: Morning

Contraindications

None

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Kubera Mudra in Seated Meditation Pose for Asivana Yoga Mudra Catalog by Jack Utermoehl

Personal Insights

Mudras are not magic, but what they are is an energetic connection and focal point.

Kubera mudra is a mudra for creating wealth whether that's in currency, relationship, material goods, or something else. I love using Kubera mudra when generating abundance in my life.

It's great when navigating the material aspects of our lives and it's kind of a fun mudra to form in the hand. Almost like you have something golden to emphasize in your speech.

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