Extend the forearms straight out in front of the body with the elbows bent. Raise the forearms up and in toward the chest until they are pointing up at the ceiling and close the hands into fists with the thumbs pointing up. Now firmly press the forearms together from the bottoms of the elbows to the tops of the fists. Lock the thumbs in place and hold them very stiffly. This will probably become a very uncomfortable arm position. Just go through the pain and don’t give an inch.
Eyes are 9/10 closed, looking at the tip of the nose.
Deeply inhale in a long slow breath. Hold the breath in as long as is
possible. Totally exhale in a long slow breath. Hold the breath out as
long as is possible.
Begin by practicing from 5-11 minutes and slowly build to 30 minutes.
Egyptians used to do this meditation for supernatural powers. These are very secret sacred
teachings. Some of you, out of sheer devotion and love may pick them up and master
them.Your elbows will like to separate, your thumbs will like to be loose, your breath will like to revolt, and you are going to fight against all odds.
The elbows are held at the ribs. The palms of the hands face toward the face, out in front of the shoulders.
Chant the Mantra: “Humee Hum Brahm Hum.”
For both hands, on “Humee” the thumb and the Mercury finger touch; on “Hum” the thumb and the Saturn finger touch; on “Brahm” the thumb and the Jupiter finger touch; and on the final “Hum” the thumb and the Mercury finger touch. We’re skipping the Sun finger.
Close the eyes 9/10, and focus at the tip of the nose.
As you’re sitting in Easy Pose and doing this Meditation, you’re moving the knees up and down. Move your knees up and down while you’re chanting and moving your fingers.
Time: 11 minutes
To finish: Inhale deeply, hold the breath, exhale, and relax.
Kindness is the most powerful thing on this planet. When you are kind in character God serves you. “In God I dwell” means nothing but kindness, consciousness, and sweetness towards people. When you see God in all, you see all that God is. But if you cannot see God in all, you cannot see God at all!