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Yoni Mudra: How To Cultivate Creative Power

​Yoni is a Sanskrit word which translates to the womb and female genital organs. It is associated with birth, mystery and creation. Use this mudra to cultivate your inner creative energy and cut off from the chaos which is stopping you.

Mudras have long been used in the yogic world to stimulate different parts of the body, to affect the flow of energy and even to regulate one’s mood.

There are differing mudras for different focus points, some use the whole body and some use hand gestures. They can be used as part of the asana practice, pranayama or meditation.

Yoni Mudra

Yoni is a Sanskrit word which translates to the womb and female genital organs. It is associated with birth, mystery and creation!

Use this mudra to cultivate your inner creative energy and cut off from the chaos which is stopping you.

The triangle which is formed by the hands represents shakti, translating to power.

It is the mudra of goddess Kali, who charges us with sovereignty, fearlessness and the dark creation out of which life is born.

This could be a new idea, a new lifestyle, a new change or transformation. You can detach and destroy what is holding you back and find the seat of your power right here.

How to do Yoni Mudra

– Sitting comfortably, grounded on the earth, bring the finger tips and thumb together to form the mudra in an upside down triangle shape.

– Place the thumbs on the navel and the fingertips to the pubic bone.

– Sit and charge here, focusing for at least 5 minutes or as long as you can on the area. Don’t be afraid to meet any resistance with the same pressure back.


Earlier this summer, I took tantra trainings in Asia. A lot of my own creation, growth and courage this year has been found upon cultivating Shakti from Yoni Mudra. I hope it helps you too!


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