Category Archives: Golden Bridge Classes

Healing Classes at Golden Bridge Taught by Hari Nam Singh – Audio


2014-08-14 Water Element, Beginning SNR, Shuniya
Meditation: Initiate an Intuitive Existence 


2014-07-24 Circle, Dot, Transmuting Anxiety to Creativity
Meditations: LA004-780119-Innocent Thumbs  930421-Meditate on Nothing to Find Prosperity 


2014-07-17 Letting Go of Limitations, healing perception
Meditation: LA571 89-02-14 Letting Go of Limitations


2014-07-10 Beginning SNR, Shuniya, Ether, Full Moon, Trusting, Letting Go
Meditation: LA093-790319 Earth Balanced by Ether


2014-07-03 Introduction to the Earth


2014-06-05 Healing the Soul Body from the third Eye


2014-05-15 Seeing and Healing with Intuition


2014-05-08 Beginning SNR and Prana


2014-03-13 Healing the Vital Point from the Earth


2014-03-06 Healing the Liver of Discontent


2014-02-27 Knowing and Remote Healing


2014-01-30 Knowing 2


2014-01-23 Prana and Healing with Prana


2014-01-09 Knowing 1


2013-11-20 SNR 1.1 Physical Body Vagus Nerve


2013-11-14 SNR 1.0


2013-10-16 Healing as a non-dualistic experience using the  Aspect of Enlightenment.
The Shobogenzo Genjo Koan by Dogen Zenji


2013-09-25 Healing and Transition


2013-09-18 Healing with the Visual Field


2013-09-12 Beginning Sat Nam Rasayan®


2013-09-04 Beginning SNR and the Electromagnetic Field

HNS Class Golden bridge – 2012-12-26 – Dissolving the Boundaries of Perception

Hari Nam Singh
Sat Nam Rasayan® Class
Wednesday, December 26, 2012 — 4:00 p.m.
Bodh Gaya Room
Golden Bridge — Hollywood, California

Tune-in.  Ong Namo….

Meditation For Mastery Of Time And Space (890312 — M0512):
Mudra:  Place both hands on your lap with the palms up.  The right hand is on top of the left hand.  The tips of the thumbs are touching.
Sit straight.  The chin is slightly tilted toward the chest.
Eyes:  Focused on the tip of the nose.
Mantra:  Recite with the tip of the tongue silently, “Waa-hey Guru….”  Use only the tongue.  Do not move the lips.  It’s silent.  Just let the tongue do its exercise.
Time:  11 Minutes
To End:  Inhale, hold the breath, exhale, relax.

So Sat Nam Rasayan® is a healing tradition where we use our awareness and find in our awareness through our perception how we’re affected by something.  We can trust that to be our reality.  Our perception happens inside of us.  Everything that we relate with — people, our environment, and everything else — in some way affects us and brings certain perception to our awareness.  As healers all we need to do is recognize that.  If we are able to relate with the experience of that relation in a neutral way, then something new can happen.  The perceptions that come from that relation are allowed to modify.  We don’t need to modify them.  They will modify if we relate with them in a neutral way.  The tendencies modify in a way that healing happens.  We don’t need to push back on any perception that arises through our relation; rather just allow it, don’t react to it, and then see how it changes.  It will produce more perceptions, more awareness.  That broader awareness is experienced by both the healer and the tiny pet in some way, and healing is allowed to happen in the tiny pet.  That’s simply a description of the process that happens when we do this.

So we don’t need any particular knowledge, only experience of how we can relate in the proper way.  We can relate in the proper way by placing our awareness in a certain position where we can relate in a neutral way and then allow our intention to heal to manifest.  It’s just very simple; however, not necessarily simple to recognize that so that’s why we practice.  Most of what we do we do through Meditation and Practice.  If we can arrive to that place of awareness, then our intention becomes very effective.  We set the intention to heal, and then that’s what happens.  It’s actually much more simple than you could ever even imagine.

We tend to imagine all kinds of things:  “This is this way.  That is that way.  This is just one of these.  That’s one of those.”  We relate to things typically by referring to something else, rather than just having the experience of relating with something in a very fundamental way.  So it’s also useful that we renounce all the preconceptions that we have about everything so that we can have perceptions that are new and perceptions that really do reflect what we’re relating with, rather than our own preconceptions.  So that’s about all that may need to be said about all of this.  If you have any questions, I would like to entertain them at any time.

So why don’t we then just begin.  We’ll do some healing exercises with partners.  So select your partners, and we’ll begin.  Let’s have the new people lie down first.

Round One :  Open the space.  Recall the space of the Meditation that we just did.  Expand beyond the physical sensations.  Find the boundaries of perception.  Begin to become aware of your Visual Field and how it appears to you as you observe it.  Begin to be aware of how all the sensations, everything in your entire Field of Perception, is interacting in this Visual Field.  Don’t try to look for any content.  Just observe how your sensations, everything that you feel, everything that you think, and even the sounds are affecting the Visual Field.  Choose to allow your partner to affect your Field.  Recognize your partner.  Just let the experience go where it will.  Modify your intention to relate specifically with your partner’s Throat Chakra.  Just research how your relation with the Throat Chakra appears in your Field.  Use your intention to expand your perception in the Field.  As you do that, recognize the resistance to expanding your perception in the Field and the tendency that limits perception.  In your Field, presume the existence of a single Point that has no size or dimension.  Just include it.  Feel how it’s affecting the Field, and how it affects in particular your Visual Field, as if you could see how it’s affecting — not necessarily the point itself; however, its effect on your perception.  Research your relation with the Throat Chakra in the presence of this Point.  Keep allowing the effects of that Point in your Perceptual Field.  Expand beyond the resistances of your perception.  Hold the space of the Point as it appears in your Visual Field.  Come to conclusion.  Switch with your partner.

Round Two :  Take your partner.  Touch your partner in a comfortable way.  Close your eyes.  Begin to become aware of all of your sensations.  Allow your sensations as they happen.  You’re not giving any particular attention to any of them, and allowing them just to flow.  Include all of your sensory sensations, everything that you feel, everything that’s happening in your mind, all the mental sensations.  Allow everything just to happen, and don’t resist it.  Allow your attention to be on your entire Field of Perception, without discriminating any part of it.  Wherever you find any distraction where your attention goes to something in particular, just allow that to happen.  Observe how that is affecting everything else, how it’s affecting the whole of your perception.  Allow any discomforts that you have, any resistant thoughts, and whatever comes up.  Feel how it’s affecting everything, and just let it happen.  Allow everything that happens in your Field of Perception to be part of the flow of your experience, without interrupting it or differentiating any part of it.  If you judge your experience, then just let that be part of the experience.  You don’t have to reject any part of your experience.  Any opinions that you have are just part of your experience.  Anything that doesn’t feel right or is uncomfortable is just part of your experience.   Be aware of sensations that appear in your skin around the area of your Navel.  Feel how those sensations are affected by and interrelating with all of your sensations.  Feel how all of your perceptions in some way are affecting those sensations in your skin in the area of your Navel as though those sensations are becoming the source of all your sensations.  Allow those sensations to be your main organ of perception, as though you have eyes in your skin around your Navel.  Allow your Navel to become the eyes of your perception.  See everything through those eyes.  Make a simple intention that you will allow your partner to affect your Perceptive Field so that now the eyes of your perception include all the ways that your partner is affecting you.  Include the perceptions centered at your Navel as though everything is happening there.  Whatever you’re feeling, feel it in a neutral way.  Whatever you feel that does not feel like Deep Security, feel how it relates to Deep Security, and then use your intention to transform it.  Come to conclusion.

Round Three :  Open the space.  Hold your awareness in your Navel as before.  Wherever it is, find the resistance to the proposition of moving your awareness to your Navel.  Let’s repeat the exercise.  Allow your Navel to become the eyes of your perception, relating with Hari Simran Kaur.  Everything that you feel in a neutral way, research how it differs from feeling Deep Security.  With your intention bring that relative distance to Zero.  Come to conclusion.

So the point of these exercises isn’t what we did or didn’t do, and not to be able to retrace the steps that we did; rather to have the experience of doing what we did.  We don’t have to believe anything that we’re doing, only observe what is there in our awareness.  We see how we can relate with that and choose to relate with that.  If we find something in our awareness and we notice something about it, then we can contemplate that and then see how our separation from that can begin to be made Zero so that we can merge with the experience.

The first exercise mainly was so that we could expand our perception beyond the boundaries and limitations that we impose.  If we can always do that, then anything is really possible.  Healing isn’t a formula.  The only formula is to be present and aware in the moment and then see how we can merge with the experience of that and relate with it in a way that will bring to neutral the tendencies that cause separation and that cause imbalance, not from any judgmental perspective, only as to how what you’re experiencing in relating with something differs from being merged in the open neutral space.  Does anybody have questions?

There’s no point in trying to understand any of this because it is mysterious.

Being conscious of the fear and not being reactive to it, being neutral with it, and relating with the experience of that in a way that’s neutral and lets the fear merge into the totality of the entire experience, which can include the fear; however, that’s only a small part of the experience.  You’re diluting that aspect or diluting that tendency.

Keep in mind that positive and negative are two sides of the same coin.  Wherever you have a polarity of positive and negative, you can’t have one without the other.  Go beyond the duality so that you’re merged in the experience of it, and it can include both.  When we’re experiencing something, we tend to like to go for what feels good; and we want to reject what feels bad or uncomfortable; however, as a healer, what we really need to do is contain the entire experience, allowing for what feels good and and allowing for what feels bad, and not be reactive to it.  Reactive would mean, “Well, this feels really good.  Let’s go with this,” and be reactive to it in that way, which would deny perhaps its polarity or some other aspect of it that you’re not willing to observe or include.

So all we need to do as healers is really contain the experience.  Just contain it so that we have as much of that experience as we can perceive by extending our awareness as much as it will extend beyond the limitations that we impose.  It may not be obvious how we impose limitations; however, you can allow for the possibility that that happens.  That’s why it’s a good policy that you renounce whatever preconceptions you have about how everything works, how everything is, what everything is, who everybody is, and the fixed ways that we see how everything is interrelated, and allow it to become represented in our experience of what Yogi Bhajan called “The ElectroMagnetic Field,” which is the dynamic interrelationship between everything in the moment.  Keep in mind that’s a fiction, too; however, we can allow for some unifying experience that includes everything.  Anything else?

All right.  Well, let’s finish.

Sat Nam.  Sat Nam.  Sat Nam.  (silent prayer….)

Okay.  We’ll be here next week, God willing.  The world hasn’t ended….

HNS Class Golden Bridge 2012-12-19 – Dissolving Resistance to Perception through Attachment

Hari Nam Singh
Sat Nam Rasayan® Class
Wednesday, December 19, 2012 — 4:00 p.m.
Bodh Gaya Room
Golden Bridge — Hollywood, California

Tune-in.  Ong Namo….

Breaking The Mask Meditation….

Okay.  Take your partner.

Round One:  Open the space.  Feel the sounds inside of you, and how they affect you.  Begin to feel how these sensations merged with the sounds inside you are affecting your brain.  Watch the flow in the mind that’s set up, and how the merged sensations with the sound are affecting the brain.  Relate with your partner.  Allow your partner to affect your Field.  Find a dominant resistance.  Relate with your partner through that resistance.  Contemplate the resistances to the flow in the mind, stimulated by the sensations in the brain and stimulated by the merged sensations with the sounds.  Find the resistances to the flow suggested in the mind that are present in the body.  Contemplate those resistances.  Relate with the flow as though you’re watching it and feeling it at the same time.  Release the physical resistances while releasing the resistance to the flow in the mind.  Release the resistances in the brain and the pressures by releasing the resistance to the flow in the mind.  Come to conclusion.

So where is it that the resistances appear?  Everywhere.  They appear in the body.  They appear in the mind.  They appear in a sensation that includes all of it.

Okay.  Switch.

Round Two :  Open the space.  Feel inside you the sensations produced by the sounds.  Feel sensations produced in the brain, stimulated by the merged sensations with the sounds.  Feel how all of the sensations are affecting the flow in the mind.  Contemplate the flow and resistance to the flow.  Choose to relate with your partner.  Allow your partner to affect your Field.  Allow your partner to affect your sensations, what you feel, sensations merged with the sounds, sensations in the brain, and the flow in the mind.  Contemplate the major resistance that appears in your relation, everywhere that the resistance appears.  Contemplate the resistances in the flow of the mind, and feel how that’s affecting the Sensitive Field.  Give space to the resistances in the flow.  Resolve the resistances in the flow and also the resistances in the Sensitive Field by resolving the resistances in the flow.  Expand the perception.  Release any resistance of attachment to perception.  Keep releasing attachment to perception by expanding perception.  Come to conclusion.  Switch.

Round Three :  Open the space.  Feel the sounds inside you, and how they’re affecting your Sensitive Field.  Allow the sounds to merge with the sensations inside you, and also sensations that appear in the brain.  Be aware of the effect on the flow of the mind.  Choose to relate with your partner.  Relate with the resistances associated with your partner’s attachment to perception, its effect on the flow of the mind and also its effect on the Sensitive Field, without discriminating.  Give space to the resistances to the flow of perception, the resistances that block the flow of perception through attachment.  Be aware of the subtle resistances that block the flow of perception.  Contemplate and give space to it.  Come to conclusion.

Anything else?

Okay.  Let’s close.

Sat Nam.  Sat Nam.  Sat Nam.  (silent prayer….)

HNS Class Golden Bridge 2012-12-12 – No Superstition and the Vagus Nerve

Hari Nam Singh
Sat Nam Rasayan® Class
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 — 4:00 p.m.
Bodh Gaya Room
Golden Bridge — Hollywood, California

Tune-in.  Ong Namo….

So what is it that’s supposed to happen today?

Student:  Lots of people are getting married today.  That was what they said on the radio.

Are they inducing labor, too?

Student: So that people don’t forget their Birthday maybe.  Lots of people are getting married today because they want their husbands to remember their wedding anniversary.

I guess that’s pretty practical.  Well, actually it makes sense.  For many years my wife and I could never remember what day our wedding anniversary was.  We had a tendency to think it was a day later for some reason.

Numerologically or astrologically you can discern certain tendencies that are produced.  It doesn’t mean that something’s going to go boom on one day or another.  We have in general tendencies to put a lot of energy into these things, thinking that one thing or another is really special.

It amounts to a lot of superstition that we hold.  Superstition is making an assumption about something because you think that something is supposed to happen.  It doesn’t mean that something isn’t going to happen.  We have the tendency not to base our perception on our experience.  Our experience is what counts, and really nothing else.  If we just assume something because everybody says this or that, that’s just really superstition.  So it’s really pretty useful for us to get beyond that tendency that we have of doing that, just be in the moment in the experience, and then see what happens with that.

We could relate with something through a numerological relation, and that has a lot of potential and perhaps even a lot of power; however, that’s just a matter of relating through our experience in that to see how we’re affected by that — not putting the cart before the horse and saying, “We expect this or that.”

That’s one thing that we’ve been working on a lot lately.  Especially in Guru Dev Singh’s Classes, the topic of superstition comes up a lot.  It’s something we can acknowledge, and don’t need to engage in so much.

So in order to mitigate that to some degree, Guru Dev Singh did give us this Meditation, which Yogi Bhajan gave us, which is useful in our time to be engaged with.  Is anybody doing this Meditation?  I thought we’d do that one.

Meditation For Faculty Of Self-Engagement:
Mudra:  Bend your elbows into the sides of the body.  Extend the forearms out in front of the body, and tilt them up at a 45-degree angle.  Have the palms flat, fingers’ pointing straight ahead.  The right palm faces the ceiling, and the left palm faces the floor.  The palms are at the level of the heart center, and the wrists are bent slightly.
Hold the position, and keep the spine straight the entire time.
Eyes:  Stare at the tip of the nose.
Breath:  Breathe long and deep in through the nose.  Breathe out long and deep through the mouth.  Mechanically breathe.
You are bringing a balance between Heaven and Earth in this posture.  Let your thoughts go.  Don’t work your brain.  It will take you through your non-reality, and go deep into Meditation.  Just breathe consciously.
Time:  22 Minutes, 45 Seconds
To End:  Inhale deeply, press your hands together in front of your chest really tightly, press hard.  Hold for 11 Seconds.  Exhale.
Inhale, really squeeze very hard, using the shoulders to add all the pressure you can.  Hold for 11 Seconds.  Exhale.
Inhale, squeeze your spine, vertebrae, muscles, hands, legs, everything, from the base to the top.  Hold for 20 Seconds.  Exhale.
Relax.

Okay.  Take your partner.

Round One :  Take your partner.  Open the space.  Feel how the sounds inside you are affecting your Field.  In particular feel how the sounds are affecting your emotional sensations.  Within you feel the sensations of flow.  At the same time feel the sensations of no-flow or where there is numbness.  Feel all those sensations at the same time.  Keep researching how the sounds are affecting you.  Where you feel sensations of numbness or no-flow, feel that from within Shuniya, within Silence.  Feel how it feels from within Silence.  Give it space.  Give space to all those places inside you that feel numb with the intention to alter the perception of those points to be more like those where you perceive a flow.  Relate with your partner.  Feel how that relation is affecting the flow in you.  With your intention in the Silence, give space to those points of numbness — the intention of altering the perception to that of increased flow.  Hold the relation in the Silence.  Come to conclusion.  Switch.

Round Two :  Take your partner.  Open the space.  Feel how the sounds are affecting you.  Feel the sounds inside you, in particular how they are touching emotional sensations.  In your Field of Perception, recognize sensations of flow and sensations of no-flow.  Allow that to be the Mandala superimposed on your Field.  Relate with your partner.  Allow your partner to affect your Field, still being aware of flow and no-flow.  Give space to those points of numbness in the Silence.  Feel those points within the Silence.  Choose to relate with your partner’s Vagus Nerve.  Feel in the area of your left eye and in your face any sensation of numbness.  Allow that to be present in the Silence.  Allow the Silence to affect those sensations.  As those sensations alter, follow the resistances down the length of the Vagus Nerve.  Give space to the resistances as you encounter them, researching the length of the Vagus Nerve through the body.  Allow the sensations of flow.  Balance the sensations of numbness to being more like the sensations of flow.  Allow the sensations of numbness and flow to begin to merge.  Feel it.  Don’t push it.  Come to conclusion.  Switch.

Round Three :  Take your partner.  Open the space.  Relate with your partner, and in particular the Vagus Nerve, and first of all the area around the left eye and the resistances in that area.  Allow them.  Give them space.  Allow those resistances to mingle with the sensations of flow in your body.  As the perception of those points of numbness begins to alter, follow the resistance down the length of the Vagus Nerve, down the face and the left side of the body.  Begin to recognize how all of the sensations of flow, numbness, and everything related with the Vagus Nerve are affecting your brain.  Allow all the sensations to appear as though they’re happening in the mind.  From that vantage research those sensations along the entire length of the Vagus Nerve, and feel the sensations as a whole.  Give space to that flow that appears in the mind.  Feel how it’s affecting all your sensations.  Let the nature of that flow as a whole come into balance.  Feel it inside your brain.  Balance the sensations there, and the sensations as they are suggested to the mind.  Let all of them interact as One Field.  Come to conclusion.  Switch.

Round Four :  Open the space.  Recognize your partner in you, in particular the space of the relation with the Vagus Nerve of your partner, and the sensation of the points of flow and the points of no-flow.  Feel those points in you, from the vantage of how it’s affecting the brain.  Feel those points of numbness in the brain, and how they’re affecting the flow of the mind.  Give space to those points.  Bring the points of numbness in the flow into balance.  Give space to the points of constriction in the mind.  Let them balance with perceptions that have more flow.  Allow the Field to be One Unified Space.  Just with your intention bring it into balance.  Come to conclusion.

So we can maintain some form of reference to sensations that appear in the body; however, we can allow them to be more generalized in a way that they become more diffuse and represented in a more unified way, something that appears in the mind as well.  By maintaining that reference to the body, we can see how we’re doing.  Where we place our intention is in the Overall Field, which includes more than just those specific sensations here and there.

So does anybody have any questions?

We feel something perhaps here or here, and they seem present in the body.  If we allow those sensations and feel how they’re affecting how our brains feel, we can begin to feel how that’s affecting the brain and affecting the mind.  So it’s not just those specific physical things, rather a little bit more diffuse and generalized.  So it’s not just there.  It’s more everywhere.

You can feel where there is flow somewhere.  Feeling where there’s numbness is a contrast to that.  So it gives you some point of a polarity that you can start to balance, not that you push anything through somewhere; however, you feel the difference.  You just give space to those places that feel numb.  We do that with Shuniya.  We go to that place that’s completely Empty, and then see what happens to the flow.  Shuniya is something that’s everywhere.  It doesn’t have a location.  So we would like to start to go beyond just having everything have a location.  Maybe that’s where we can start because our body is a Mandala, which can represent something that’s happening in our Perceptive Field; however, then we can take it further than that and include all perception.  Perception can include what’s happening in the mind.  That’s more where our intentions are held.  We use our mind.  So we don’t need to try to change the perception directly in some place.  There can be a lot of resistance to that.  So what we’re doing is making it a little bit more efficient.  That’s something that you can do more quickly.

You don’t have to believe ahead of time that it’s based in something that’s held emotionally.  You can perhaps discover where in the Emotional Body or in that part of your Mandala it’s appearing in you.  It will touch someplace in your perception where it’s appearing in you.  We deal with it directly there.  We don’t have to assume ahead of time that it’s anywhere.  We don’t have to give it a location.  Just allow whatever then appears in your Field as resistance, and deal with it there.  Just relate with it there.  If it is affecting some kind of emotion, then you can deal with that.  You can relate with that in that way there, and give that space.

It’s a good thing that you’re not thinking in terms of a disease or in terms of something with a cause-and-effect or something that has a position like a sore throat.  You may want to say, “Okay.  Let’s go with the throat here, and see what we can find in our throat.”  We don’t have to do that.  You can use your intention and say, “Well, let’s relate with the throat because that seems to be a gross manifestation.”  Beyond that it’s going to take you to someplace in you where you’re feeling something. You relate with it there, wherever you’re feeling it in you.  It could be an emotional thing.  It could be a flow perhaps somewhere in the body.  You let it be whatever it is.

If we do that, then we’re minimizing our tendencies to be superstitious about it.  Superstitious would be maybe, “Well, let me try to release a blockage in the throat.”  Well, there could be a big assumption in that because often things that happen with people and conditions are much more complex than that.  So the least that we can assume about something and the least superstition we can hold about it and the least belief we can hold, then the more effective we can be.

We’re finding that we can heal things in the most unexpected ways.  Whatever presents itself is your reality.  You can rely on your perception because your perception is what you know, just as it is, unfiltered, and without having to have the commentary, “Oh, well, this is that; this is that,” and start interpreting.  Feel it where it appears in you.  If you can remain stable in Shuniya, then something will start to happen.  You’ll get a broader experience of what’s going on, and allow the complexity of everything that’s going on to start to emerge.  You may find that you’re in a place, relating in a way that’s very different from where you started.

You could ask somebody, “Well, what’s going on?  How do you feel?  Where does it hurt?”  If you ask that question, that’s fine.  The answer is:  What happened in you when you asked the question and there was some response?  That’s the answer:  What happened in you?  Where did you feel that?  Where did you feel the reaction?  Where did you feel the sensation that appeared?  It will always relate with your question; however, you don’t have to interpret the Tiny Pet’s answer because that is irrelevant.  Do you understand what I’m saying?

When you apply an intensity to something like asking the Tiny Pet, “Where does it hurt?” that puts a little intensity somewhere.  There’s going to be a reaction, and it’s going to manifest in some way; however, you are relating with that Tiny Pet; and you’ll feel in you where that’s happening.  That’s where you start.  Forget what the words are of that they say, or not.  You could include that if you want; however, that’s not the point.  That’s not the answer.

Okay.  Maybe we had better finish.

Sat Nam.  Sat Nam.  Sat Nam.  (silent prayer….)