By far the best explanation on Khechari Mudra, that I found. There are a lot of texts that tell you, visually and textually what the mudra is. However, I always wanted to talk about the first hand experience. This is it.
When reading the ancient yogic texts, many references to khechari mudra can be found. All of which indicate that its practice leads to a state of immortality, in which the yogin no longer fears death, disease or suffering, and enters a state of Samadhi.
Disease, death, and sleep do not trouble him who knows khechari mudra, nor hunger and thirst, nor swoon.
-Yoga Chudamani Upanishad
Immortal liquor is the nectar exuding from the moon (pineal gland). It is produced by the fire, which is generated by inserting the tongue into the nasopharyngeal cavity.
Always practicing it (kechari) let him drink the ambrosia daily. By this he obtains Vigraha-siddhi (perfect body), and conquers death even as a lion overpowers an elephant.
In my own experience of Kechari mudra I’ve yet to experience the absence of hunger, thirst or disease. However, as with many ancient texts, these words aren’t to…
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