Wahe Guru Wahe Jio – Sangeet Kaur
Left elbow down, forearm forward at heart, palm up.
Right elbow a little forward front, at shoulder level. Forearm forward, palm down, inside the line of the shoulder.
1. Sing softly with the music 18 min
2. Whisper with the music 1 min
3. Sing with music and pump navel 2 min
4. Hold position, sit in silence 2 min
End Inhale, shake arms and body, exhale 3X
We have ten bodies. The projection of the radiant Body, the tenth body, determines how other people see us and how we see ourselves. It can be shiny and protective, or dull and porous. We also use our Radiant Body to heal. If it is strong enough, we can heal people with our mere presence. This is a goal that is our challenge in this age, where so many people need to be healed and there is so little time.
This meditation strengthens, enhances, and polishes the Radiant Body.
Ajai Alai – Guru Shabbad Singh
NM0163 – Polish the Radiant Body
Sit straight in a cross-legged position. Cross the middle fingers over the
backs of the index fingers, the other two fingers are closed and locked
down with the thumbs. Bring the mudra up to ear level, with elbows bent.
Eyes are closed. Chant from the navel the mantra “Har, Har, Har, Har…”
(“Tantric Har” by Simran Kaur and Guru Prem Singh). Sit like you were
the Lord Buddha. Be constant and consistent. Continue for 11 minutes. To
end, inhale deeply, hold, and let it multiply into the being. Exhale. Repeat
one more time, then inhale deeply and powerfully, hold, and pull the navel
in. Exhale and relax. Practicing a kriya like this one with a mantra gives
you a rhythm. When your life is subject to rhythm, “couldn’t” goes away.