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Tuesday, 31 March 2009

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mudras are fascinating. i used to shun such wishy-washy notions, but that was before i gave the mudras a try.

i have learned a few mudras, both in my buddhist practice (for the eight offerings, for meditation, for certain deity rituals and for empowerments) and in the tibetan yoga i do with a teacher here (for work with the energies of the chakras, not specifically buddhist). they are beautiful to look at, in addition to being beneficial in their various ways.

the dhyani mudra is used by tibetan meditators also. i didn't know the mudra for tranquilizing the mind. thank you very much for posting about it, chalip, as well as for putting up the video.

Here's a modern one which I like. :)

http://www.flickr.com/photos/34717006@N00/353283573/

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Hi.
This is very adorable blog.
Thank you to share this one with whole world.

This is one of my articles about Ayurveda..

http://healthmad.com/alternative/ayurveda-2/

Hi.
This is very adorable blog.
Thank you to share this one with whole world.

This is one of my articles about Ayurveda..

http://healthmad.com/alternative/ayurveda-2/

Very interesting blog about mudras. Anything that can help calm my mind lately is a definate plus.

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