Matangi Mudra

Last updated: December 21, 2023

What Does Matangi Mudra Mean?

Matangi Mudra is a sacred hand gesture or 'seal,' named after the Hindu Goddess Matangi. It is used as a means of relieving tension, improving digestive function, nourishing the circulatory and lymphatic systems, relieving anxiety and cultivating determination.

Matangi mudra can also help to strengthen the breathing impulse in the solar plexus, helping to restore energetic balance in this area.

Follow these steps to practice Matangi mudra:

  1. Come to a stable meditation posture.
  2. Bring your palms together at your solar plexus (navel center) with fingers interlaced.
  3. Point both middle fingers up and place them together.
  4. Direct your breath to the solar plexus or belly area.

This mudra can be practiced as often as required, for at least four minutes at a time. For maximum benefits, practice Matangi mudra three times per day.

Matangi Mudra


Yogapedia Explains Matangi Mudra

Matangi is one of the ten Tantric Goddesses known as Mahavidyas. She is thought to be a form of Parvati and Sarasvati, and she is considered to govern arts, music, speech and learning. In practicing Matangi mudra, it is possible to summon the power of Matangi in order to acquire mastery over the arts and cultivate inner strength.

The physical benefits of Matangi mudra may be attributed to its stimulation of the hypothalamus. The heart, stomach, liver, duodenum, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, and kidneys all benefit from this mudra, and it particularly aids in reducing spasms or aches in the stomach.

Matangi mudra is connected to the wood and earth elements, symbolic of new beginnings and grounding. Regular practice of this mudra can help to open and balance the manipura chakra, the energy center found at the navel. This encourages the digestion and assimilation of life experiences, clearing the path for moving forward with ease and determination.

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