The Yoni mudra can be described as a gesture that allows a person to get detached from the chaos of the outer existing world. Yoni means uterus or womb and this gesture is named the Yoni Mudra, because the person who practices it regularly has no external contact with the world, pretty much like a baby in the uterus.
Yoni, it's an indian name for the feminine sexe. It represent the sacred part of the sexual feminine energy. By this association with Mother Mary, it helps the westerners women to heal the vue they had on there sexe, to make it sacred again.
Sacred Yoni Mudra Yoni Mudra is a principle in meditation used to reduce distraction during the beginning of yoga practice. The yoni mudra is a mudra that symbolizes a woman’s vulva. It represents getting in touch with female energies. To form the Yoni mudra, hands form an almond shape with joined thumbs extended upwards. Fingers are joined at tips extended downwards.
Yoni (Sanskrit: योनि yoni) is the Sanskrit word for the vagina. Its counterpart is the lingam, interpreted by some as the phallus. It is also the divine passage, womb or sacred temple (cf. lila). The word covers a range of meanings, including: place of birth, source, origin, spring, fountain, place of rest, repository, receptacle, seat, abode, home, lair, nest, stable.