So, an interesting tidbit of information: did you know that in the traditional Shaolin bow, the hands form the character which means "Bright" and refers to the Ming dynasty? The closed hand represents the character for "sun" and the open hand represents the "moon" which collectively mean "bright" or Ming. One who makes this sign signifies that he (1) calls for the return of the Ming dynasty and (2) is himself "bright", as in being an agent of justice (the light side, if you will).
Take a cool river breeze. Add the smell of fresh coffee, the sound of beating drums, the taste of lightly seared tuna, a campfire, mountains, and the feeling on your hand after it's been holding a sword for too long. Mix with meditative thought and let settle.