Your Moment of Zen
Thai Memorial, Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Buddha Meditating Below is the gesture of fearlessness and protection, representing spiritual power. This mudra is most often seen in standing Buddhas. The Thai "Wai" Greeting.
Below; the greeting gesture is also accompanied with a slight bow. The various positions and gestures can be very graceful and expressive, show respect, authority, submissiveness happiness and obedience. The different levels of position of the joined hands shows different degrees of respect. The higher the joined hands are held in relation to the face is an indication or more respect or reverence. The wai is also used to say '' sorry '' or '' thank you ''