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The most important point to remember, is that we should be guided by our instinct. What follows is an outline, but if our instinct guides to use different gestures, we need to follow our instinct.
This ritual ceremony involves breathing coordinated with hand mudras. If we do not have our physical hands or particular fingers or thumbs, we may visualise the hand mudras.
Having entered our sacred site, or a quiet place for meditation, we are ready to begin.
The hand mudras deeply and very subtly effect the energy which flows through our being, sometimes to the point of producing and changing frequencies and resonances. When performing these mudras we need to be very attentive to any changes in our frequencies and resonances.
Hands placed on knees, palms up, fingers and thumbs open touching space.
Index (first) fingers and thumbs gently touching forming a circle, palms up. Other fingers touching space.
Middle fingers and thumbs gently touching forming a circle, palms up. Other fingers touching space.
Third (ring) fingers and thumbs gently touching forming a circle, palms up. Other fingers touching space.
Little fingers and thumbs gently touching forming a circle, palms up. Other fingers touching space.
The Mudra of the Four Blossoms.
All 4 fingers touching the thumbs, hands still on knees, palms up.
A focus and deep Samadhi Mudra, called "Dhyahamudra".
For the feminine, the right hand covers the left; for the masculine, the left hand covers the right.
A focus and deep Samadhi Mudra, which deepens and strengthens the unity of our Heart and our Third Eye.
Mudra 8 is similar to the Dhyahamudra (Mudra 7) with the addition of curling the forefingers up to meet their respective thumbs.
At the moment of touch, we attain focus and hold our focus for the duration of the mudra's cycle of breaths, always allowing a deep spiritual surrender.
|We may be given, an idea, a concept, or a thought
may enter our consciousness, and draw our focus.
We may conclude our meditation when we are ready to conclude our meditation.
Chapel Tibet is another human being who happens to pursue the Divine. Chapel Tibet has had a presence on Earth for many cycles of time. The name "Chapel Tibet" was given to Chapel Tibet, by a feminine aspect of the Divine.
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