Ra Ma Da Sa Healing Meditation

 Ra Ma Da Sa Healing Meditation
Certain mantras are to be cherished like a beautiful gem. The Siri Gaitri Mantra is just such a jewel. It is unique, and it captures the radiant healing energy of the Cosmos as a gem captures the light of the Sun. Like a gem it can be put into many settings for different purposes and occasions. When Yogi Bhajan first shared this technology he gave a series of meditatins that use the inner dynamics of this mantra. If you master any of these practices you will be rewarded with healing and awareness.The mantra is also a Sushmuna Mantra. It has eight sounds that stimulate the kundalini to flow in the central channel of the spine and in the chakras, accompanies by matabolic adjustment to the new level of energy in the body, and balances the five zones of the left and right hemispheres of the brain to activate the Neutral Mind.The mantra uses a sound current. The sounds create a juxtaposition of energies. Ra is the energy of the Sun: strong, bright and hot. Itg energizes and purifies. Ma is the energy of the moon: receptive, cool, and nurturing. Da is the energy of Earth: secure and personal. It is the ground of action. Sa is the impersonal Infinity. The cosmos in all of its dimensions openness and expansivness and totality is Sa.Then the mantra repeats the sound;this repetition is a turning point. The first part of the mantra is ascending and expands into the Infinite. The second part of the mantra pivots those qualities of the highest and most subtle ether, and brings them back down. It interweaves the ether with the earth.Sa is the impersonal Infinity. Say is the totality of experience and is personal. It is the feeling of a sacred “Thou.” It is the embodiment of Sa. So is the personal sense of merger and identity. Hung is the Infinite, vibrating and real. The two qualities together (So and Hung) mean: “I am Thou.”
Instructions:
  1. Sit in an Easy Pose with a straight spine, and a light Neck Lock.
  2. Have the elbows tucked comfortably against the ribs.
  3. Extend the forearms out at a 45-degree angle out from the center of the body. The palms are flat, facing up, the wrists pulled back, fingers together. Consciously keep the palms flat during the meditation.
  4. Sing the Siri Gaitri mantra, which consists of eight basic sounds: Ra Ma Da Sa Sa Se So Hung.
  5. Pull in the Navel Point powerfully on the sound Hung.
  6. Forcefully clip off the sound Hung as you pull in the navel.
  7. Chant one complete cycle of the mantra on a single breath.
  8. Then inhale deeply and repeat.
  9. Move the mouth fully with each sound.
  10. Feel the resonance in the mouth and the sinus areas. Let your mind concentrate on the qualities that are evoked by the combination of sounds.

To End:

  1. Inhale deeply and hold the breath as you offer a healing prayer, visualizing the person you wish to heal (including yourself) as being healthy, radiant, and strong. Imagine the person completely engulfed in healing white light, completely healed.
  2. Then exhale and inhale deeply again, hold the breath and offer your prayer.
  3. Then, lift your arms up high and vigorously shake out your hands and fingers.

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Source manual: I am a woman – Creative, Sacred, Invincible

Meditation: For contemplating what comes next after the Women’s March

 

 

Meditations:
la0967-division-and-oneness
“You know each other, because you were all born in the same time and space as a batch of the third millennium. No matter where we live—we have all come to the planet Earth. You know that you are here. Do you accept that everyone knows everyone? Do you ever go up to someone and say “Hi, you are here, I am here!” without knowing the person’s name? Whenever dealing with people, remember you are here along with everyone else all of the time.” – Yogi Bhajan

Balancing projection with intention
Yogic scriptures tell us of the four stages of the mind: normal awareness, the dream state, total mental rest, and total awareness. Mastery of this meditation enables the practitioner to master these four levels of the mind. It can create a mental equilibrium so that our expression will be consistent with our intention.
Contemplating our intention will align our intention with our identity.

Living above denial and the faculty of self engagement

When we feel badly about what is going on around us, and feel helpless to do anything about it, we are denying who we are and separating ourselves from it.  Rather, we should know the self that is equal to the challenge and  engage it rather than separate or shrink from it.

Increase the flow of spirit in you
When everything is upside down and stagnation and chaos prevail, it is time to be and not do.  There is nothing to do personally but peacefully participate in the divine flow.  That flow is present even in chaos and will emerge as the way everything will eventually right itself.  The situation is too complex to force any single remedy successfully.  Relying on your inner worth with perseverance and being in the flow will allow divine wisdom to take its course.
From “It is time to be and not do”.

Develop patience and intuition
You must consciously breathe the breath of life. Give yourself a chance to wait, and the patience to understand. When you meet and talk with somebody, or think about somebody, you cannot even think of that person’s condition if you do not use patience and intuition. If you do not use patience and intuition you will do a lot of wrong. Patience and intuition are essential in order to meditatively assess what is going on.

 

About this page
After the women’s march, it is useful to contemplate what comes next.  As individuals, a community and a nation, men and women, we can look first within ourselves to know our light, find our strengths, and gather the means for making an effective impact that will heal our communities and bring them together, local and global.  Then we can reach out and join with others communicating our ideas and plans.

I have begun this page as a means of reminding us of the motivations that brought everyone together and as a means of sustaining the internal space that it opened in us through that experience.  It is a collection of meditations that I feel will contribute to that intention.  All the meditations were given to us by my teacher, Yogi Bhajan.  They come from the tradition of Kundalini Yoga, which is simply a technology that gives us tools for living a happy life. Continue reading “Meditation: For contemplating what comes next after the Women’s March”

Meditation: NM091 – Self Emboldment, Engagement, Vision

Left Jupiter (index) finger touches forehead.  Right Jupiter,Saturn fingers up at sides. Tongue at upper palate.  Molars tight.  Eyes 9.10 closed, looking at the tip of the nose.  Pump the navel.

Listen to every heartbeat (Nirinjian Kaur)

This meditations increases flow in the brain,  self emboldment, vision.
When you react, you stop seeing.  Helps involve you with what’s going on.

Meditation: For Prosperity

Place hands on knees with the thumbs touching the Mercury fingers (pinkies).   Balance the weight of the body.  Place eyes at the tip of the nose.  Chant the mantra Har Har Har Har Gobinde…

 .        Har Har Har Har Gobinde

31 Min.

Meditation: NM374 – 20001128 – Patience and Intuition

 

 

1. Sit straight in a cross-legged position. Hold your hands in Sarab Gyan Mudra in front of the heart—fingers interlocked with the index fingers extended pointing up and thumbs crossed. Eyes are closed. Chant along with Nirinjan Kaur’s Ong Namo Guroo Dayv Namo mantra. Continue for 11 minutes

Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo – Nirinjan Kaur

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Meditation: LA792 930214 – Relieve tension in the brain and locate yourself

 

 

Hold index (Jupiter) fingers straight up at the sides, near the ears. Hold the other fingers with the thumbs.  Jupiter fingers are straight and stiff.  Sit straight, chin in, chest out.  Eyes are closed, looking at the chin from the inside.  Breathe long and deep.  27 min.

Raise arms up straight, holding mudra with Jupiter fingers.  Stretch arms straight, stretch the whole body. Hold 1 1/2 min.

Cross arms, above head, keeping straight. Arms do not touch. 1 min.  Switch arms, crossing for 1 min.

Locate yourself.