Mudra for a Steady Heart . channeled by Alice B. Clagett

Filmed and published on 29 May 2020

  • VIDEO BY ALICE
  • SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
    • Mudra for a Steady Heart, Channeled by Alice B. Clagett
      • How to Do It
      • What It Will Do for You

Dear Ones,

In the video is a two-handed mudra for a steady heart. A rewritten Summary follows the video …

VIDEO BY ALICE

SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO

Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.

Mudra for a Steady Heart
Channeled by Alice B. Clagett
29 May 2020

I have for you today a two-handed mudra for a steady heart.

How to Do it. For the left hand, the tip of the third finger (the ring finger) and the thumb tip touch; the other fingers are outstretched.

For the right hand, the tip of the middle finger (the longest finger) and the thumb tip touch; the other fingers are outstretched. 

Image Markup: “Mudra for a Steady Heart: Finger Positions – Markup,” by Alice B. Clagett, 29 May 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0 … MARKUP: On the left: Right Hand. On the right: Left Hand … DESCRIPTION: Shows two different mudras, one for each hand: For the left hand, the tip of the third finger (the ring finger) and the thumb tip touch; the other fingers are outstretched. For the right hand, the tip of the middle finger (the longest finger) and the thumb tip touch; the other fingers are outstretched. This photo just shows the mudras, and not how they are placed.

Image Markup: “Mudra for a Steady Heart: Finger Positions – Markup,” by Alice B. Clagett, 29 May 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0 …

MARKUP: On the left: Right Hand. On the right: Left Hand …

DESCRIPTION: Shows two different mudras, one for each hand: For the left hand, the tip of the third finger (the ring finger) and the thumb tip touch; the other fingers are outstretched.

For the right hand, the tip of the middle finger (the longest finger) and the thumb tip touch; the other fingers are outstretched. This photo just shows the mudras, and not how they are placed.

So you have these two diverse mudras, one for each hand. Hold the right hand in front of the left, both hands palm forward and outstretched fingers held upward, at heart level. The elbows are relaxed down by the sides. You are sitting very quietly in meditative pose.

Image Markup: “Mudra for a Steady Heart: Placement of Hands – Markup,” by Alice B. Clagett, 29 May 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0 … MARKUP: On the left: Hands palms out, outstretched fingers held up, right hand in front of left hand, at heart level. On the right: Elbows relaxed down by the sides … DESCRIPTION: Hold the right hand in front of the left, both hands palm forward and outstretched fingers held upward, at heart level. The elbows are relaxed down by the sides. You are sitting very quietly in meditative pose. There are two different mudras (finger positions), one for each hand: For the left hand, the tip of the third finger (the ring finger) and the thumb tip touch; the other fingers are outstretched; this mudra is only partly visible in the photo. For the right hand, the tip of the middle finger (the longest finger) and the thumb tip touch; the other fingers are outstretched (as can be seen in the photo).

Image Markup: “Mudra for a Steady Heart: Placement of Hands – Markup,” by Alice B. Clagett, 29 May 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0 …

MARKUP: On the left: Hands palms out, outstretched fingers held up, right hand in front of left hand, at heart level. On the right: Elbows relaxed down by the sides …

DESCRIPTION: Hold the right hand in front of the left, both hands palm forward and outstretched fingers held upward, at heart level. The elbows are relaxed down by the sides. You are sitting very quietly in meditative pose.

There are two different mudras (finger positions), one for each hand: For the left hand, the tip of the third finger (the ring finger) and the thumb tip touch; the other fingers are outstretched; this mudra is only partly visible in the photo.

For the right hand, the tip of the middle finger (the longest finger) and the thumb tip touch; the other fingers are outstretched (as can be seen in the photo).

What It Will Do for You. This is the Mudra for a Steady Heart. The fingers that are outstretched are like sticky barbs … like the plastic barbs they put on the edges of roofs to keep the pigeons from perching there. In this case the barbs are to ward off the thought forms of other people from the front funnel of your heart chakra. The ‘barbs’ prevent the thoughts of other people from waffling the front funnel of your heart chakra back and forth … That is the way of saying it in the world of Duality,

But if we say it in terms of Advaita, these fingers steady the inflow and outflow of vortical energy from the front stream of energy of the heart chakra.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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