I practice in an AZI-compatible dojo for the time being, in a sharing spirit.
The last time I practiced there, they indirectly made me notice that the posture of my hands, when I was walking back to my zafu at the end of kin hin,
was not appropriate: I should have kept the kin hin's mudra, simply flipping down my hands by 90°.
Though, I clearly remember what you told us about that during the last summer camp. As far as I remember, you had advised us to lay our hands flat on the solar plexus, the right hand above the left, like in zazen, the thumbs just above the hands.
I then ask this question again, for I want to be sure I've understood what you said. I'll make do for the rest.
Answer from Master Kosen
Simply flip your hands so that they lay flat one above the other on the stomach, the right hand over the left hand.
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