What is Vajra Mudra? In the Vajra Mudra, the right index finger is wrapped by left hand, also known as “Bodhyangi mudra”, the mudra of supreme wisdom or the fist of wisdom mudra.
There are multiple interpretations for this gesture. For example, the right index finger may represent wisdom, hidden by the world of appearances (the left hand). In Vajrayana Buddhism the gesture represents the union of male and female principles. Another interpretation is that the erect finger represents Knowledge cloaked in the illusion of the material world. Another version has it that the index finger is man, while the five enclosing fingers of the other hand are the elements of earth, air, fire, water and ether.
The mudra is commonly associated with the radiantly white Vairochana Buddha, which have to do with the relationship between the empirical world of manifold and the principle that is its basis in the unified world principle, the realization of unity in the manifold as embodied in Buddha. Tantric gesture more common to Buddhism in Japan and Korea.
So where is the best FengShui placement for a Vajra Mudra Buddha?
It is highly recommended to consecrate a Vajra Mudra Buddha In the home office or library/study, etc. Just by looking at this Buddha hand gesture one can connect to the energy of deep peace and serenity. It is a powerful FengShui decor adapt to any places!