The simple symptom of Vajrasana is that the practitioner sits on his knees and puts the buttocks in the middle of the claw, places the palms on his knees. While practicing this, both the thighs and calves should be held up and down and the soles of both the feet should be installed on both sides of the anus. The seeker should make the jalandhar tied after placing the posture on the chin, four fingers above the heart.While practicing Vajrasana, neck, head and waist should be kept in a straight line. By applying the Moolabandha and sitting on the inner senses and pulling the anus inwards, the seeker gets amazing success in the practice of Vajrasana.
The seeker should keep in mind that the knee should remain close together and the adia remain separate. It should be practiced for at least five minutes after a meal. Practicing with closed eyes gives great peace to the mind.
On the classical method of Vajrasana, Maharishi Gherand holds that both the thighs should be fixed like the Vaja and the two legs should be fixed in the lateral part of the anus and sit upright. This gives the patients a perfection.
जंघाम्यां वजवत्तकृत्वा गुदापार्वे पदावुभौ।।
वजासनं भवेदेतद्योगिनां सिद्धिदायकम्।।
While practicing Vajrasana, neck, head and waist should be kept in a straight line. The anus and substatus should be pulled inwards while applying the base.
Benefits of Vajrasana
The practice of Vajrasana increases digestive power and brightens the stomach.
This asana proves very useful in back pain, lumbar column and back pain. Knee pain ends by this. Abdominal obesity decreases with the spine being straight. Breathing speed is good. More exercise should not be done, thighs become thinner. There are special benefits of doing this asana after meals. This asana is very good for those whose testicles are enlarged due to excessive blood flow. It gives strength to the muscles of stomach and uterus.Prevents the occurrence of hernia.
Patients suffering from sciatica and spinal disorders get relief by practicing it.