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ANJALI Mudra: "Salutation Seal" or "Gesture of Reverence"


  1. Bring your palms together at the center of your chest, fingers pointing upward.

  2. Press your palms firmly together, creating a connection between your hands.

  3. Keep your fingers extended and close together, while your thumbs gently touch your sternum.


ANJALI Mudra signifies a gesture of reverence and gratitude, representing the inner spark within us and acknowledging the interconnectedness of all beings. This mudra is often utilised as a salutation, a symbol of respect, and a heartfelt offering.


Centering and grounding: ANJALI Mudra helps to bring focus and centering to the mind, promoting a sense of calm and inner peace. Use this mudra when you feel the need to ground yourself, find balance, or create a sense of inner stability.

Cultivating gratitude: This mudra encourages an attitude of gratitude and reverence, fostering a deeper appreciation for the present moment and all that surrounds us. Incorporate ANJALI Mudra during moments of gratitude or when offering thanks for blessings, opportunities, or experiences.

Connection and unity: ANJALI Mudra reminds us of the interconnectedness of all beings, promoting a sense of unity, compassion, and empathy. Use this mudra to cultivate a sense of connection and oneness with others, whether it's through greeting others with respect and reverence or when seeking to foster a sense of unity during group activities.

Starting and ending a practice: Begin and conclude your yoga or meditation practice with ANJALI Mudra as a way to honor the practice and express gratitude for the benefits received. It serves as a reminder of the sacredness of your practice and sets a positive intention for the session.

Greeting and salutation: Use ANJALI Mudra to greet others with respect and reverence, such as in Namaste, acknowledging the divine within them. This gesture not only shows appreciation but also fosters a sense of connection and harmony.

Seeking inner stillness: Practice ANJALI Mudra to cultivate a sense of inner calmness, focus, and presence during meditation or times of reflection. The mudra can help bring your attention inward and create a sacred space for introspection and self-discovery.

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