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Sit in Vajrasana. Inhale and raise both the hands up above the head. The, palms should point forward. Exhale and place the hands on the ground while bendinchniqueTeg slowly from the waist. The forehand should also touch the ground a little away from the knees. Stay in this posture for at least one minute and then relax completely.



This is the reverse posture of Suptavajrasana and should invariably be performed after it. This is an asana of relaxation. It calms the disturbed mind and gives strength and energy to the brain. Negative feelings of anger, hatred, etc. Are gradually relieved by its constant practice.