In the religious world, when one places his/her hands together, it signifies a prayer being offered to God. Outside of that, do you know how powerful it is?
Anjali Mudra is the practice of meeting the hands together by the sternum in a prayer position
Are You Into Yoga?
Don't worry, no-one is asking you to "meditate on demand" or anything like that. All we are really concerned about is that you are AWARE that there is a thing people do to meditate and it's called Yoga right? Hahahaha...ok. Just making sure we are on the same page...Lol!
The only reason I asked the question is because the Anjali Mudra is used at the beginning and end of many Yoga studios.
The gesture itself signifies the intention to progress toward a greater spiritual awakening and understanding.
You will notice in the video that this position is used as an integral part of the meditation.
I'd argue it's even deeper than that.
When you put your left and right hand together, it's not just symbolic, or the prayer position.
It is the connection between the left and right hemisphere of the brain.
It is the Yin and the Yang
It is the representation of each half of our body connecting and becoming one
It is a moment to come back to yourself
It is the intention
It is a positive and negative charge...