Apan Vaya Mudra
first aid for heart attacks
your index finger and let its tip touch the ball of your thumb. At the
same time, the tips of the middle and ring fingers touch the tip of your
thumb. Extend your little finger. Do this with each hand.
as needed until you feel the effect, or practice three times a day for
15 minutes as a course of treatment. This finger position can have a first-aid
function when you use it at the first sign
of a heart attack,. It regulates many heart complications. In an emergency,
it can even
have a quicker effect than placing nitroglycerin ,the most frequently
immediate remedy under the tongue.
attacks, as well as chronic heart complaints, don't just come out of the
blue. Instead, they are an indication that a person's lifestyle must be
rethought and planned differently. This mudra can also be used for the
general healing and strengthening of the heart. Heart patients are often
so tied up with obligations that they no longer perceive what appears
to he "senseless" from the outside. They have no time to relax. They also
have a hard time coping with stillness. Something always has to he going
on, and they often give so much support to something or someone at work
or during their leisure time there is no room for
their own needs. Yet, it is precisely these quiet moments that are the
ones to nourish our souls.