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The Lotus Mudra

Desirée Glanville

Alkmaar, Netherlands

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In Buddhism the lotus blossom represents a heart opening. The lotus flower blooms on the surface of water, with its roots deep below in mud—making it a symbol of light and beauty emerging from darkness. The fingers resemble a lotus flower unfolding. Feel connected to your roots, and remember that the greatest source of steadiness in life is an awakened heart.

Bring the heels of the palms together, thumb tips and pinky fingertips touching. Keep your knuckles separate and let your fingers blossom like the petals of a flower. Hold your hands at the heart, as this mudra is an expression of the Anahata Chak. This mudra is good for times of loneliness, as an open heart can bring love and companionship back into your life.
To add in an affirmation, say on each inhale, “I open my heart to receive whatever comes my way today.”
(Anna Ferguson)

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