SUBSIDIARY MEDITATIVE ASANAS
- Stand on the knees with feet stretched backward and big toes crossed.
- Hold knees together and heels apart.
- Lower the buttocks on to the insides of the feet with heels at the sides of the hips.
- Place the hands on the knees with palms facing upwards.
Practice for at least 5 minutes after meals and longer periods as possible.
Concentrate on the normal breathing process with eyes closed.
- Vajrasana alters the flow of blood and nervous impulses in the pelvic and visceral regions.
- Improves digestion and relieves indigestion.
- Reduces the flow of blood to the genitals and massages the nerve fibers of the region.
- Useful for men with dilated testicles.
- Strengthens pelvic muscles and prevents hernia and helps women in childbirth.
- Useful in relieving stomach ailments such as peptic ulcer or hyperacidity.
Only meditative pose for people suffering from sciatica and sacral infections.
It is the prayer posture for Muslims and Japanese Buddhists.