Esoteric Buddhism Mudras and Meditations
Mudras are symbolic gestures that make it easier for the practitioner to achieve certain states of consiousness such as deep relaxation or contact with specific spiritual beings.
These Mudras play an important
role in Reiki.
There are two different types of MudrMudra without objects in the hands and Mudras with objects in the hands.
The Mudra of Protection and Peace while giving Reiki
mudra is the sign of Good Intentions and has been since ancient times.
It is also known as the "do not fear" gesture. This Mudra radiates
energy from all of our pores in the form of light into the entire
The Mudra of Giving and Taking
This mutra used with meditation ensures the fulfillment of the wish to achieve enlightenment in this lifetime. It symbolizes compassion, sacrifice, giving and receiving, brotherly love and sincerity. It also reminds us that they must be a fair exchange that takes place for everything. Cost $25
The Mudra of the Connection between the Material and the Spiritual World. Cost $25
The Mudra of The Pagoda
The Three Mysteries of body, speech and mind.
This mudra and meditation re-connects you with Intense Personal Enlightenment allowing the creation of a bridge to assist in further enlightenment in this lifetime.
The Mudra of Spiritual Wisdom
Guiding and Channelling the active power of wisdom.
This Mudra contains the wisdom and the power in such a way that it serves the highest good for the whole and that the suffering of this world is dissolved.
The Mudra of Heart Work Cost $25
The Mudra of The Great Goddess Dai Marishi Ten Goddess of Light Cost $25
The Mudra of Initiation Cost $25
Esoteric Buddhism is a form of Buddhism in which the most
profound teachings were not expounded openly, but were transmitted
in secret from master to disciple. Esoteric Buddhism contained
strong components of magic and ritual, and made frequent use of
art to transmit religious ideas. Because of this, it became quite
popular in Japan, attracting both aristocrats and common people.
Tibetan Lam Rim
A Buddhist text