1. Preface. 2. Understanding Mudras. 3. Ancient Healing Rediscovered. 4. Some Interesting Facts. 5. Mudras and Dance. 6. Meaning and Purpose of Mudras. 7. The Practice of Visualisation. 8. Practising Mudras. 9. Preferable Accompaniments: Music and Colour. 10. The Meaning of Namaste. 11. Mudras in the Martial Arts. 12. Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, Hindu Deities and Mudras. 13. How to do a Mudra. 14. Fingers and Mudras. 15. The Yogic Life as Accessory. 16. The Right Diet Helps.
This book examines Mudras, and teaches how incorporating them into daily life can rejuvenate your body and mind
Rajendar Menen is an award-winning journalist who has written extensively on a number of complementary therapies. He has launched and edited magazines, co-authored three books on AIDS and prostitution in South Asia and freelanced for the BBC, UNFPA, Irish Education Society, France 2 and a number of other international media organisations.
When The Healing Power of Mudras was sent to the Eternal Spirit
office, I jumped at the chance of reviewing it... this book brings
those mysterious hand gestures to life and may even be of
sufficient interest to change yours. -- Eternal Spirit
This book is an excellent, affordable guide to a little-known practice that can have benefits far beyond its modest appearance. -- ForeWord Reviews