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Siddhasana (perfect pose) beneficial to those suffering from wet dreams

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Siddhasana (perfect pose)

The name comes from the Sanskrit words siddha (सिद्धा; siddhā) meaning both “perfect” and “adept”, and asana (आसन; āsana) meaning “posture” or “seat”

Siddhasana and Padmasana (Lotus Pose) are the two asanas traditionally used for dhyana (meditation) and pranayama (breath) exercises. Sukhasana (Pleasant Pose) is a substitute that is easier on the knees.

Mastery over this asana helps one to acquire many supernal powers. While doing this asana, One must not force the body. Be aware of the feelings that the posture develops in various parts of the body. Let the mind move with the body movements. Close your eyes and taste peace.

Practice of  Siddhasana

Place one heel at the anus (Guda), the terminal opening of the alimentary canal or digestive tube. Keep the other heel at the root of the generative organ. The feet or legs should be so nicely arranged that the ankle-joints should touch each other. Hands can be placed as shown in Padmasana.

Varations of  Siddhasana

I. Guptasana (Hidden Pose):

The left heel is placed over the organ of generation. The right heel is also over the externel organ of generation. The two ankles are in close apposition or contact. The right toes are thrust inside the hollow between the left thigh and left calf muscles. The left toes are covered by the right leg. Gupta means hidden. As this Asana hides well the organ of generation it is called Guptasana.

II. Vajrasana (Adamantine Pose):

The left heel is placed below the organ of generation. The right heel is placed over the organ. Vajra means adamantine. There is also another variety of Vajrasana. Instructions are given elsewhere.

III. Baddhayonyasana:

Sit on ordinary Siddhasana and do Yoni Mudra. It is called Baddhayonyasana. The description of Yoni Mudra is given along with other Mudras.

IV. Kshemasana:

By sitting on Siddhasana if you raise your hands together up to your chest level, it is called Kshemasana. It is meant that you are praying for the Kshema (welfare) of the public. The palms must be facing each other.

Siddhasana Benefits

  • Practice of this asana helps in concentration and clarity of mind.
  •  It improves memory, digestion and the faculty of the mind.
  •  It is beneficial to those suffering from wet dreams.
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