Here is a technique to strengthen the stomach, eliminate gases, while exercising a purificatory effect in the digestive tract, while making disparaitre the digestive problems.
A technique has to make in our practice of personal internal hygiene (sat karma - kriya)
She(It) establishes(constitutes) to put itself in sat(based) classic with one gesture(movement) of hands (hasta mudrâ) such as jnana mudrâ or apan mudrâ
Put the language(tongue) in mudrâ khaki(persimmon) (language(tongue) in pipe) if possible and to swallow the air(sight) as if we drank some water by sips and to manage him(it) towards the stomach. Celui-is spray-painted while remaining relaxed.
Keep(Preserve) the air(sight) during a few moments in this region, then let take(bring) out the air(sight) by belching.
Repeat Bhujangani Mudrâ 3 in 5 times in succession.
Concerning Apan Mudrâ, he(it) eliminates the impurities and the toxin of the body as well as the urinary problems enter the other beneficial effects on the liver and the bladder, on the feelings such as the patience, the tranquilité, the confidence(trust), the internal balance and the harmony.
A very interesting hasta mudrâ which will be the object of a next article and the next current practice.
I recommend in all to get you Gertrud Hirschi's work " Mudras, the Yoga at the end of fingers " in the publishing(editions) The Mail of the Book of which I often refer in my educations(teachings) in particular this technique of Bhujangani Mudrâ.
It is a precious book for the practice of Hatha Yoga where all the forms of mudrâ are essential whether it is those of the body or those of the hands. A clear, precise, illustrated work, making reference to the former(ancient) texts such as Hatha Yoga Pradipika and Gheranda Samita (cf. the NataYoga shop), a work where every mudrâ is associated with advice(councils), meditations, in brief book for your library(bookcase) Yoga.