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Sanmukhi-karana-mudra — Shabda-Brahman



Sanmukhi-karana-mudra

It is done to ask the Deity to answer you. The fingers of the hands are held in the same position as for the sannirodhani-mudra, both arms are turned with the wrists upward.

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Sannidhapani-mudra

Means approximation. It is made to offer oneself to service Deity and request Deity to stay nearby. Clench four fingers of both hands to form fists, big fingers lie on top of fists, slightly raised in the last joint.

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Sannirodhani-mudra

It is done in order to ask the Deity to remain for a time of veneration. Keep your hands in the same position as for sannidhapani-mudra, but your thumbs are clenched in fists.

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Satha

Avalambi, Satha. Those who seek to study the tradition and follow it are named this way.

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Satya-panth
The panth, founded by Satyanath, who is considered to be the reincarnation of Brahma.  → Подробнее...
Savikalpa

form of samadhi, subject to time and change

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Shabar

name of an ancient forest tribe

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Shabar-mantra

mantra, composed in the language of abstract images (sandha-bhasha), in which the nathas and siddha-yogis communicated

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Shabda

sound, word, or Logos

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Shabda-Brahman

aspect of Saguna-Brahman in the form of sound vibration and Word

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