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Hakini is related to ajna chakra, which is essentially the chakra of the mind, symbolized by a two-petalled lotus, pale or light grey in colour. This symbol has many subtle aspects, one of which is Hakini. She has six faces which are said to be like many moons. Paramshiva is the presiding god of ajna Chakra and he shines like a chain of lightning flashes.
On a physical level, Hakini mudra improves and deepens respiration, and builds up energy in the lungs which refreshes and revitalizes the brain. It Promote cooperation between the right and left brain hemispheres balancing, harmonizing and focusing the pranas and mind. Hakini mudra is also said to open access to the right hemisphere of the brain where memory is stored, thus improving memory.
Hakini is the goddess of the third eye, the chakra of intuition and mind. It is depicted as a two-petalled lotus symbolising two brain hemispheres. It helps balancing, harmonising and focusing the pranas and the mind. It refreshes, revitalises the brain and opens the access to the right hemisphere, where the memory is stored and creative thought process is initiated. Imagine...
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