The Sitting Frog

The Sitting Frog

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This blog is a place where I talk about a book I wrote, called My Christian Journey with Zen, and other meditation related topics. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comment sections below.

New frog

2016Posted by Gustav 26 Mar, 2016 22:16
I'm happy to upload a new frog banner image that my friend Jonas Lundberg at kindly has made for me. Thanks Jonas! Cool frog smiley

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Posted by Ran 31 Mar, 2016 11:11

I think much simpler to just reverse the picture. The way it is is not without meaning. + btw - it does not matter if a person is left handed, - I think it might matter perhaps if a persons body is reversed, - some people have their inner organs in the opposite side to the normal way, - the left in the right and the right in the left - but it is very rare.

(- “The way it is”, - above, - I mean the Mudra - not the picture)

Posted by Gustav 30 Mar, 2016 23:13

Hello Ran! Yes, you are correct. Traditionally. But sometimes I hear that the dominant hand should be below, so maybe the frog is left handed? However, I think the frog is like me, and he takes some of those directives more lightly. Form is important and helpful to me, but I also like to be flexible and free. Perhaps the frog's reverse mudra can be seen as an expression of such a balance? Or he is just being a punk trying to provoke us! smiley

Posted by Ran 30 Mar, 2016 13:57

I just noticed, the Mudra is reversed. The left hand should be in. The right hand below.