Kechari Mudra is a yogic technique that involves rolling the tongue back towards the soft palate and inserting it into the nasal cavity. In Sanskrit, "Kechari" means "movement in space," and "mudra" means "gesture" or "seal."
The practice of Kechari Mudra is said to stimulate the pineal and pituitary glands, which are located in the brain, and have a direct impact on the body's energy systems. It is also believed to have a calming effect on the mind, promote deep relaxation, and enhance spiritual awareness.
Kechari Mudra is considered an advanced yoga practice and should be learned and practiced under the guidance of a qualified yoga teacher. It is important to approach this technique with caution and not force the tongue into the nasal cavity as it can cause injury.
Tip -- First practice for stage 1