Mudras are hand positions used in meditation that redirect the flow of energy (chi) in the body and call over fresh energy from outside. It's great for mindfulness practice because once you start focusing on your hands and listening to energy, you automatically become quiet inside.
You don't have to have a formal meditation practice to get started. You can practice mudras when you are busy and on the run. That's just one of the reasons mudras are such a great addition to your mindfulness toolbox.
Mindfulness is an essential skill for everyone to practice. Scientists have discovered that regular practice reduces stress; benefits health, relationships, focus & productivity, and enhances personal transformation and life fulfillment.
If you know you should practice mindfulness but never seem to get around to it... then this course will be great for you.
I've practiced Qigong and Neigong (Internal and External Energy Practicing) for more than 20 years with my Energy Master, Quantum Chi Master Yang. I've traveled to amazing energy locations throughout China and I've studied how our practice effects both our internal and external environments. I've been a Mindfulness Coach to people from all walks of life, from primary school students to top level executives. What I've found is that mudras are a quick and effective energy practice that accelerates the benefits of mindfulness ...and anyone can do it. That's why I want to share this quick course with you.
Come with me on a transformation journey where you'll learn:
You'll also get a bonus practice journal where you can record your course progress and a Weekly Practice guide.
See you on the inside,
Dr. Margot Duncan (Ph.D)
A brief definition of mindfulness and a look into why Mudra practice gets quick results.
An activity to help you to find out what mudras are naturally occurring throughout your day.
When, where and how long to do mudra practice.
3 Basic Hand Positions that are essential to know for working with energy and understanding your mudra practice.
A practice demonstration of four classic Mudras you may recognise from Buddhist statues or paintings.
Many Mudras are based on auspicious or sacred symbols. Learn 6 of my favourites.
Learn a 6 Mudra sequence for boosting your healthy energy.
3 Mudra practice variations for you to try out.
Dr. Margot Duncan (Ph.D), a Mindfulness Coach and Chi Master, specialises in helping people connect with the joy of being.
Over 20 years of experience, she has found that Mudras (hand positions for meditation) are one of the easiest and most effective ways to help people clear their minds and adjust inner chi automatically.
"Through releasing stress and emotional blockages, your natural self-healing is activated. You immediately gain better access to insight, intuition and higher-level thinking. You can solve problems creatively and you no longer feel overwhelmed by life. It's a clear way to joy and fulfillment." says Dr. Margot.
As a Chi Master, based in South East Queensland, Australia, her work focuses on bridging the gap between ancient Eastern wisdom, especially energy-based practices, and modern Western science. Her goal is to help people find:
1. Practices that deliver results quickly.
2. Practices that easily become a natural part of daily experience; and
3. Practices that will continue to enrich you for your whole life.
"Chi is the key." she says. "These practices, connected with chi, are gifts that keep on giving. They continue unfolding the more you do them; revealing treasures, unlocking secrets and restoring your true joy of being at deeper and deeper levels. Every day is different as your practice connects with the moving universe."
Dr. Margot has been inspired by the great wisdom traditions of Tibet and China and especially by her experiences practicing with the renowned Quantum Chi Master, Master Yang, with whom she has visited ancient power locations throughout China, refining her experience of working with energy and the environment.