Tune-in. Ong Namo….
We’ve done a lot of practicing with healing through the Chakras and using the visual component, which adds a lever to our healing. Today we’ll use sounds to heal.
That helped. We’re a little less reactive to our perceptions now. Every point of stimulation brings up reactions. We meditate to get past all that reactivity.
When we open our eyes when we’re healing, we’re separating what we see from the function of sight. Our inner perception is what we’re using all the time when we’re doing Sat Nam Rasayan®.
Today we’ll start using sound. Today our practice will be a little more sophisticated.
In Sat Nam Rasayan®, we’re stabilizing our awareness in a way in which we can relate with something and project an intention. We like to become empty. We are empty in that we’re not reactive. We practice just being there in the perception.
This sounds easy, and yet it seems hard when you try to do it.
Just go with everything that’s happening in the experience. You don’t have to believe it.
Round One: Open the space. Become aware of the Silence in the space. Place your awareness and your perception in your hearing. Allow your hearing to intermingle with the Silence in the space. Come to conclusion.
Round Two: Repeat of Round One….
The perception of hearing has a special relationship with Silence.
Next week we’ll have class here.
On this upcoming L.A. Marathon Sunday, March 18th, Guru Dev Singh will teach a Sat Nam Rasayan® Intensive near Objets d’Art & Spirit on Sunset Boulevard. Guru Dev Singh will teach a Kundalini Yoga Workshop here at Golden Bridge at 8:00 p.m. next Wednesday, March 21st.
We’ll close class now.
Sat Nam. Sat Nam. Sat Nam. (silent prayer….)