“Sa Ta Na Ma is the compound of a particular sound. When you put your physical energy into creating a particular sound, what happens? The tongue is arranged to speak it, the ears are told to hear it, the eyes … Read the rest
One of the basic kriyas in Kundalini Yoga. It utilizes the Punj Shabd Mantra “Saa, Taa, Naa, Maa,” the naad form of Sat Naam. Saa is infinity, Taa is life, Naa is death, Maa is rebirth or transformation. This describes
Yogi Bhajan – April 22, 1976
Sit Straight. Spread the fingers of both hands wide with the palms facing up. Touch the sides of the tips of the sun (ring) fingers together. The hands will slightly overlap with the right … Read the rest
Sit cross legged. Place left hand on left knee, in gyan mudra. With right hand, place thumb on the mound of Mercury (on palm just below the pinkie finger), palm facing your face. “Sniff” each finger in succession as you … Read the rest
Here is a collection of wisdom from Yogi Bhajan.… Read the rest
We do not warrant the completeness nor the accuracy of the notes published here. They are meant to remind the student of the meditations performed at the conference, not to serve as a definitive description of the meditations. As the … Read the rest
Tune-in. Ong Namo….
Next week I’ll be out of town. Lou Nelson will probably be here to teach this class next Wednesday.
Now we’ll do a really good Meditation for knowing whereby you can perceive the psyche of the other:… Read the rest