"Awareness of inner space"

Akashi Mudra Science
Akashi Mudra Yoga
Akashi Mudra

In A Gentle Way
You Can Shake The World


Inhale deeply and bend the head backwards.
Look up. >Retain the breath as long as comfortable
and return to the starting position with
the exhalation. Breathing normally remain
for some time in meditation pose.


When it is perfected, it arrests the thought
processes and induces higher states of consciousness.

Time interval:

No particular time duration for this mudra.
You can practice while sitting. 3–5 rounds
whenever and wherever you have time.


This Mudra influences the Vishuddhi Chakra,
activates the thyroid gland and balances the Nadis.
As this Mudra blocks energy coming from lower
centres and guides energy down from the Sahasrara
it calms and uplifts the thoughts.


Never perform Akashi Mudra while standing,
only when sitting. The head should not be bent
back too far if there are problems of the
cervical spine or a tendency to become dizzy.