Abhayamudra is a posture of the hand conveying the idea - Don’t be afraid. I am there for you.

This is a very common mudra seen in many Gods and Goddesses in Hinduism.

Abhayamudra also represents fearlessness when used in sadhana.

Mudras are used in sadhana to attain layabhava (merging into) certain ideas or states.

In abhayamudra, either of the hands is held up, with the palm open and facing away from oneself.

The fingers are held together.




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