Exercise

The ends of the nerve paths of the hands, as well as the feet, occupy a particularly large area in the brain.
This area is much larger than that of the arms and legs. Cerebral activity is activated and trained by
touching and feeling, especially with the fingertips. When mudras are practiced consciously,
which means that we focus on our fingers and whatever they are resting on,
they activate large areas of the brain.

While inhaling, hold your hands in front of your chest with fingers spread. Hold your breath and stretch out your arms horizontally at your side. Now exhale and vigorously make a fist with each hand. Then breathe normally, open the fists, and lower your arms. Repeat three times.

This exercise expands the bronchial tubes, opens the lungs, strengthens the heart, and refreshes the mind. Asthmatic patients often cough during this exercise because it loosens the mucus in the bronchial tubes, and heart patients feel an intensified awareness of the heart. The index fingers and thumbs influence breathing in the upper area of the lungs, the middle finger in the middle area, and the little finger in the lower lung region.

Many positive effects

With a bit of imagination, you can put together your own program of hand exercises. You can't do anything wrong here if you carry out every movement slowly and consciously. When you wash your hands, you can squeeze them vigorously and massage them at the same time. Press the four fingers of one hand together with the other hand and turn the fingers you are holding to both sides. Then make fists, open the hands again, and spread the fingers. Or vigorously rub both palms together. Or cross your fingers with each other, turn the palms outward, and stretch your arms. This will refresh you, improve your breathing, and strengthen your heart.

If you sit at a desk for a longer period of time and your neck becomes tense or painful, use the thumb and index finger , with the thumb touching the inside of the hand to grasp each one of the eight finger-webs at the root of the fingers. Massage the point beneath it and pull the web to the front at least 6 times. When you do this, be sure to be in an upright and relaxed posture.

To improve your mood, refresh you and stimulate every bodily function is hand tapping .Clap or tap your hands at least eight times in rhythm. At first, clap in the usual way. Then let the hands hang down and clap the backs of the hands together, then the backs of the fingers, the fingertips, the outer side of the hand, the inner side of the hand, the wrists, the knuckles, etc.


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