Tune-in. Ong Namo….
Innocent Thumbs Meditation: Contemplate your mind. Observe your mind without reacting. Watch the flow of your experience. Allow what feels comfortable and uncomfortable equally, and just sit with it. — 11 minutes.
Are any of you brand new to Sat Nam Rasayan®?
Student: I am. This is my first class.
We are here to have an experience. There’s nothing to teach, other than promoting the means to have a new experience. We just let what comes through our Perceptive Field happen. We’ll do healing exercises with partners, and see what happens.
Round One: Open the space. Become aware of the sensations in the skin of your face. Be in relation with all the sensations in your Perceptive Field. Now come into relation with your partner. Come into relation with the bones in your partner’s face, and the nervous system in your partner’s face. Be aware of all the resistances. Be aware of all the emotions. Be aware of the Silence in your space. Allow the resistances and the emotions behind the resistances to resolve into the Silence. Now include your partner’s Heart in the relation. Now also include your partner’s Navel in the relation. Now also include your partner’s Hara in the relation. Now also include your partner’s Feet in the relation. Set the intention to resolve all the resistances. Come to conclusion.
We set up some Geometry, which is something that you can do intuitively. You know what will have a bigger Impact as you relate.
Round Two: Repeat of Round One….
We find it within ourselves. We don’t have to question where it came from. Everything has to do with the relation.
When we are not reacting, something new is allowed to happen, which breaks a condition that holds something in consciousness.
The obstacles are the habits, conditions, and tendencies.
Round Three: Open the space. Come into relation with your partner. Come into relation with your partner’s hips. Become aware of the sensation of flow between the hips. Set the intention that the flow goes from the bottom of the right hip into the bottom of the left hip. Set the intention to increase that flow. Allow the resistances to resolve into the Silence. Come to conclusion.
Round Four: Repeat of Round Three….
You are not automatically “there.” We use the Sensitive Space to get “there” as the Sensitive Space is accessible to us to be able to relate to that. It’s okay that we use our bodies as a Mandala. Our reality is our Perceptive Field. We don’t need to relate with our prior knowledge. We develop the discipline so that where we start is with our sensitive experience, which then includes more perception that can’t be identified as a physical sensation. We still feel those physical sensations, and include a richer dimension of relating. We don’t have any limitations. We’re in the space where we know what’s going on. We practice a process of tuning our awareness so that we are “there.” We’re gathering the discipline to be stable in that position of our awareness.
The sensations could be in the body or not. Our awareness goes way beyond the body. We don’t want to be confined or limited. We allow new things to happen in our experience.
We begin to lose the way that we form our perception in terms of something familiar to ourselves.
We have expectations. We expect that this wood floor will be hard as that’s the dimension in which we’re relating with the floor.
I’ll hold a Sat Nam Rasayan® Workshop on Saturday at my home, from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. Please visit my website for the directions to my home: harinam.com.
We’ll close class now.
Sat Nam. Sat Nam. Sat Nam. (silent prayer….)