Padmasna and cleansing the nadis


#1

Hello friends! I have an important question about Padmasna. Once I have seen in a video that if you practice Padmasana with left leg on the top that good for meditation, and if you practice with right leg on the top it energizes your body.

I didn't find the video, so I could not share it, but I think this is maybe because of the Ida and Pingala Nadis.

I always practice Padmasana with right leg on the top and Pingala Nadi is dominant most of the day and even in the evenings to me.

Can I reverse this by switching legs, and practice it with left leg on the top for a while?

Does the legs really have any effect on the Ida and Pingala?

I was searching for a while, but I didn't find the answer...

Thanks for your help.

Namaste


#2

No evidence exists in yoga texts that confirms the relationship of the leg in Padmasana and Nadi. Yoga texts lists many such precedents that activate a particular Nadi but not this.
It is always good to change the legs for equal duration of time for better mobility and mastery. Find more about Padmasana here.


#3

I agree with @Thirunavukkarasu that there is no evident relationship that confirms the dominance of one leg over the other in Padmasana and Nadi. 3cre-commercial-real-estate.business.site/