The abhayamudrā represents protection, peace, benevolence and the dispelling of fear.
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How does Buddha hold his hands? The Buddha holds the right hand positioned at shoulder level with the tips of the thumb and index finger touching and forming a circle. The palm of the right hand faces inwards and the left hand has its palm facing up to receive, and may be positioned near the lap. The abhayamudrā represents protection, peace, benevolence and the dispelling of fear. Abhaya mudra is also referred to as the gesture of ‘calming the ocean,’ symbolic of an occasion where Buddha is said to have prevented a flood. In yoga, abhaya mudra can be used during meditation in any stable seated posture such as padmasana (lotus pose) or virasana (hero pose).
Enjoy this fine art photograph. Printed in a giclée fine art print for the highest quality print, with a styrene backing. Styrene backing is a super smooth plastic mounting substrate that resists warping, making it an excellent choice for providing rigidity to prints. This Abhaya Mudra photo is: 13h x 10w