The Dhyana mudra is shared across several eastern meditation disciplines. The Buddha is often pictured doing this gesture. The significance of this mudra is to bring you into deeper, more profound concentration. This gesture can also help bring you tranquility and inner peace.
Method: To do the Dhyana mudra, simply sit with your hands facing upward, right hand resting on top of your left palm. The right hand, representing enlightenment and higher spiritual faculties, rests over the left hand, representing the world of maya, or illusion.
Dhyana Mudra Blend is a proprietary blend of Bergamot, Lavender and Lemongrass essential oils and safflower oil. This special blend is to improve your inner peace. Apply to your wrist and neck just prior to meditation or your yoga practice
Credit the Chopra Center