index fingers up, thumb over other 3 fingers, elbows at ribs move hands in a circular arc inward and outward, with each motion, inward or outward, chant one word of the mantra (Har Haray Haree) make the 3 bent fingers very tight, the index finger totally tight: move very hard those fingerslike you are moving an iron rod eyes on the tip of the nose chant Har Haray Haree Continue reading “Meditation: NM132-940504-Pratyahar”
Healing in its highest practice encompasses body mind and spirit. How we are able to merge them into an effective healing event follows from an awareness of the interdependency of all things. Whether we are healing the self or others such awareness comes from consciousness that reduces any separation in our perception to zero. In that state of awareness the interdependencies themselves collapse into a unitary non-dualistic experience where our intention to heal meets no resistance. We call that state of awareness Shuniya.We could talk about this forever and not experience Shuniya, let alone have a healing experience. Shuniya appears as an aspect of our awareness through yogic or other meditative practices. It is not likely that one will stumble into it by cognitive or analytic means. If we wish to heal the self, we use the self stimulative practice of yoga that will move our awareness beyond unhealthful tendencies that we hold. If we wish to heal others, we engage the practice of Sat Nam Rasayan® to develop the projective meditative mind with which are able to heal through our intention. Both develop and cultivate Shuniya.In this workshop we will engage meditative practices that have been passed on through the lineage of Kundalini Yoga. These practices are ancient. They are the real deal. Teachers in this tradition do not make anything up. The teachings come directly through the lineage.In this workshop we will perform healing exercises that engage the meditative mind in the tradition of Sat Nam Rasayan®. Participants will learn to use intention as the vehicle for healing. They will recognize themselves a healers.
Hari Nam Singh lives in Los Angeles and heals and teaches Kundalini Yoga and Sat Nam Rasayan® at home and and abroad. He has been a student of Yogi Bhajan for over 20 years. He developed his healing skills under the direct tutelage of Guru Dev Singh. He holds a Level 3 Certification from the Center for Contemplative Awareness for healing and teaching in this tradition. Hari Nam also holds a Level 1 Certification from The Kundalini Research Institute for teaching Kundalini Yoga. To learn more, please visit http://www.harinam.com/.
Join us in this happy gathering. Come with any level of experience and see how your awareness will grow.
Please bring a yoga mat/something to lie on
$36 prepaid / $40 day of
The Elements, Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Ether comprise our physical world. The Prana of our mortal incarnation gathers them in combination while we live. They are released when our Prana can no longer hold them and then we expire. The approach of healing with the Elements seeks to bring them into balance when one or more of them are in excess or deficient. Healing in this way can apply to our physical system as well as to the way we relate with everything.
When we study the Elements as a healing modality we become aware of their presence and impact in relation with the healing event. With our intention we can then modify the alchemical soup of the system and bring about balance.
Healing with Elements is fast and impactful, though not as precise as with other contemplative forms of healing. It is used to produce quick and powerful results. Practicing this art will produce a deep knowledge of the nature of the Elements and help us to master them for the purpose of healing.
Look for the next workshop on this important modality.
We held a Meditation and Sat Nam Rasayan® Healing Workshop with Hari Nam Singh at the RAMA Yoga Institute in Venice, CA. The topic of the workshop was “Shuniya”. It was a basic course in Sat Nam Rasayan®. We practiced opening the space, finding silence in the space, and relating with the event.
Clasp hands at the heart. Left hand fingers cover right hand.
Chant the mantra Ang Sang Waheguru. Use the tongue to produce pressure on the upper palate, without touching. Vibrate the mantra there. Hold the sound there, feel the resistance, and release it. You will see everything from the inside. 31 min.
Bend the left elbow into the side of the body. Bring the forearm up towards the chest as far as it will go, palm facing the body. Then bend the palm back flat on the wrist, so it is parallel to the ceiling. The right arm is extended straight out in front of the body, no bend in the elbow, palm flat and facing the floor. Both the right arm and the left flattened palm should be level with each other. Hold the position.
Focus: Focus your closed eyes on the top of your skull, the soft spot you had when you were a baby. (The spot you exit through at death.)
Breath: Breathe long, slow and deep and very consciously.
Guru Dev Mata, Guru Dev Pita,” by Gurujiwan Singh, Wahe Guru Kaur & Sangeet Kaur
Time: 19 minutes.
End: Inhale deeply, hold the breath and make your hands like steel (just the hands from shouders onward), squeeze and tighten them. Bring the spine into the lining. (Hold 25 seconds.) Exhale. Inhale a second time. (Hold 10 seconds.) Exhale. Inhale deep a third time, and this time squeeze the entire body. (Hold 20 seconds.) Exhale and relax.
Comments/Effects: The left hand in this position, represents our initial brain. In this kriya, the posture means, “Initiallly you must hold yourself.” When you read in the Bible, the word ‘Behold,’ it really means ‘hold yourself,’ nothing else. The right extended arm is saying, ‘Your extension must bless.’ When you bless, God shall bless you. That’s the promise.
Technically, make sure the hands remain at the same level, and it will effect you very powerfully.
Bless the planet Earth and let the heavens descend in you.
If we can bring our mind to our stability and meditative Infinity, and we’ll try to relax, and for everything we ask ourself, ”Is it noble?” ”Is it noble?” ”Am I noble?” ”What I am doing is noble?” ”Is it taking me to nobility?”
Don’t decide what is reality. Don’t decide what is wrong, don’t decide, don’t judge. Don’t take the Adam’s guilt and spread it to you and to your generation. Don’t ruin your seed.
Just ask one word, “My beautiful, bountiful, blissful God has made to me, find my nobility.” And use your all ability to find your nobility. You’ll be shocked! You will realize that we have a companionship with God and moment you realize there is a companionship between you and God, and it becomes real to you, it’s very, very, very bewitching.
Because what all is outside of you, it is also inside you. Things you can say and things you can do may not mean anything. But things you can project and reflect may affect all the universe.
The knowledge, the courage, the character, the conception which you have, that is beyond Divinity. God seeks the company of such men and woman who have achieved that being defined, has found Infinity.
Nanak das door mangay
Nanak asked the dust of the lotus feet of those who repeat the grace, the glory, and makes others to do the same.
Because there is nothing which can limit you and there is nothing which you cannot have because God is Infinity and you are finite. And when your finite is confined within your finite, you have already closed all doors to opportunity and ecstasy. But the moment you open up to Infinity, you become Infinity. And this is what Age of Aquarius is. You all shall die in vain and insane, as Pisceans, if you do not enter in the Age of Aquarius with width, with vastness, with openness.
You have to be vast, open, noble, courageous, selfless. You have to stop having vengeance with your own self. Limiting your own self is a very vengeful act.
So let us see tonight what we can do. It’s a very special sacred kriya. It’s called “Shunya Kaal Karni Kriya.”