"Psychic gesture of meditation"

Dhayana Mudra Science
Dhayana Mudra Yoga
Dhayana Mudra

In A Gentle Way
You Can Shake The World


This mudra signifies meditation. Both hands are in the lap with palms
upward. The right hand is on top of the left hand. The Buddha is most
seated in the half-lotus posture "sometimes called 'yoga', 'Indian',
'Buddha' posture".


The Dhyana mudra was used long before the Buddha as yogis have used
it during their concentration, healing, and meditation exercises.

Time interval:

No particular time duration for this mudra.
You can practice while sitting, standing or
lying on a bed whenever and wherever you
have time.


Increases memory power and sharpens the brain
Enhances concentration and prevents Insomnia
When practiced regularly, it will relieve
psychological disorders like Hysteria,
Anger and Depression.


Nothing at all. Perform this asana freely.