This mudra is to be held away from the heart, forearm parallel to the earth. It is used in the third breath work technique to assist with integration and energizing your heart's calling. This hand mudra also resembles the Lotus Bowl mudra which is held at the lap with relaxed palms forming a bowl shape - symbolizing offering and receiving of pure light.
This mudra looks like atmanjali mudra (prayer hands) over your crown chakra. The technique for this practice includes a fluid motion from open lotus whole body mudra (arms straight up open over head) to sealing clap. The four claps described in the main audio represent the energy seal.
This mudra is commonly known as prayer hands. It is the closing mudra. From the Atmanjali Mudra over head position gracefully bring your mudra down to your heart center.
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