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A finely detailed, hand sculpted Mudra Pendant/ Charm for the contemplative Yogi/Yogini...
The Karana Mudra, also known as "The gesture to ward off evil" is a protective gesture used for dispelling negativity and promoting positivity... note: this is version 1 of the karana mudra in which the index finger is stretched out while the thumb and middle finger gently meet and the remaining fingers are closed toward the palm, click here for version 2 in which the index finger and little finger are outstretched and the thumb gently points toward the closed middle and ring fingers
A mudra, which means "seal", "mark", or "gesture" in Sanskrit is a symbolic spiritual gesture employed as an energetic seal of authenticity and as an aid in meditative focus by practitioners of yoga and tantra....