Hold your index fingers so they touch your thumbs, tip to tip, forming two small circles. Themiddle fingers should be touchingand the rest of your fingers should also be extended. Place your hands (in mudra position) in front of you, anywhere that feels comfortable. The completedenergy circuit is formed with your arms, with your throat Chakra at the top of the circuit and themudra at the bottom of the circuit. Focus on your throat Chakra. Feel free, subtle anduntouchable. Nothing can stop you, and nothing can disable you. You should visualizeeverything around you radiating bright yellow energy, with purple waves and gentle cloudssurrounding you. Let your mind connect to the source of all knowledge. You won’t really feelany effect until a sufficient period of training has passed, but you will train your mind bycontemplating these concepts. Allow peace to flood throughout your entire being. Breathenormally and say the mantra “Fu”.
Ku – Void
The left palm is held face up, and the right hand is turned so thatthe palm is towards you. Yourthumbs should be extended. You should slide your hands together, so your hands intersect, withtwo fingers on either side of the intersection. The photo on the left is the proper way to do themudra, with palms facing up and towards you. The photo on the right shows the hands slightlyrotated to show you how the hands intersect. The left hand draws energy from above, and theright hand gives that energy to your body. This mudra allows these energies tointertwine in a single confluence. Your focus here should be on your Third Eye and your CrownChakra. Visualize yourself at the center of the Void, at its very center. See yourself in all things,and visualize everything in existence as part of you. With this thought, everything externaland internal to you is one with you. Breathe as slowly as possible without straining. Say themantra “Ku”, once or several times, then empty your mind. With every inhalation, hold yourbreath in for a few seconds, and with every exhalation, hold it out for a few seconds.Experiencing the Void is an essential part of the Elemental Mudra practice. The Void connectsthe other four elements with the Universe. Contemplate this truth: “I am everything andnothing. I am everywhere and nowhere. I am one with the universe. I AM.”