Oxavadakna | Sign of the divinity:
Oxavadakna is the sign that starts every chain. It represents the connection to all things and existence as a whole. The making of the sign marks your place in existence starting your working of magick, and calling for power from existence.
It can simply be made by placing all of your fingertips against one another well all of your fingers are separated much like you are holding a ball.
Used by itself it brings Focus, enlightenment, and baari.
Damavadakna | Sign of projection:
Your fingers apart about with your pointer fingers, and thumbs touching pushing outwards. Used by itself it will send kna.
Dasavadakna | Sign of reception:
Your fingers spread out apart with your ring, and pinky finger together making a triangle.
Used by itself it will make the individual receptive.
Mavadakna | Sign of the spirit:
Love signs with both hands together.
Used by itself invokes spiritual kna.
Lavadakna | Sign of the Mind:
Both middle fingers extended with hands together.
Used by itself it calms and empties the mind.
Savadakna | Sign of the body:
Both pinky, thumb, and middle finger extended with hands together.
Used by itself it relaxes the body.
Uknavadakna | Sign of the fire:
Both ring and pinky extended with hands together.
Used by itself it invokes the element of Fire.
Naknavadakna | Sign of the air:
Palms together fingers closed and extended.
Used by itself it invokes the element of air.
Shaknavadakna | Sign of the water:
Both thumb, index and middle fingers extended with hands together.
Used by itself it invokes the element of water.
Daknavadakna | Sign of the earth:
Crossed fingers praying position.
Used by itself it invokes the elements of earth.