Recap: Healing Intensive at Park Slope Brooklyn May 18-19, 2018

Healing the Perception
Many conditions that interfere with the flow of existence and the healthy flow of prana are due to a bias associated with one’s perception.  If we can find the point of perception that holds a viewpoint, it can be “flipped” to allow for a new configuration that leads to self-healing.

We held a meditation and healing intensive at Kundalini Yoga Park Slope, Brooklyn on May 18-19.  Here is a recap of the meditations we performed and audio recordings.

May 18
Meditations:
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Shuniya Meditation #1 – 19941031
Stimulate the 3rd Eye
Know the structure of the mind

Audio:

May 19
Meditations:
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Shuniya Meditation #3 – 19941102
Know the structure of the mind
LA0967-Division and Oneness

Audio:

Recap: Healing Intensive at Park Slope Brooklyn June 2-3, 2017

“Healing and Prana”
Prana holds together the elements that allows our physical existence.  Prana is the flow that comes from the earth through the hara and is transmuted into life energy that can be projected back into the world from the higher chakras.

“Healing Perception”
Many conditions that interfere with the flow of existence and the healthy flow of prana are due to a bias associated with one’s perception.  If we can find the point of perception that holds a viewpoint, it can be “flipped” to allow for a new configuration that leads to self-healing.

We held a meditation and healing intensive at Kundalini Yoga Park Slope, Brooklyn on June 2-3, 2017.  Here is a recap of the meditations we performed.

Increase the Flow of Earth Within You

Pranic Energy – the Earth Element Balanced by Ether

NM0394 – Live Above Denial

The Alchemist

Meditation: LA741 – 921125 – Dance of Shiva

Shuniya Meditations as Taught by Yogi Bhajan, Yoga West, 1994

LA0967-Division and Oneness

LA004 780109 Innocent Thumbs

Milarepa’s Song to Lady Palderboom

Meditation & Sat Nam Rasayan Healing Workshop – Shunnya Centre 2017-05-28

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On May 28 we held a Meditation and Sat Nam Rasayan Healing Workshop at Shunnya Centre. The topic was “Holding Together”.
We can recognize through our subtle body the field that holds everything together.  Subtle perturbations that happen anywhere in the field have effects everywhere.  In our healing practice we navigate the field in a transverse rather than an orthogonal way, collapsing distance and position in time and space. We apply our consciousness directly as if there is no separation between the healer and the patient.  Indeed, when we  merge in that way, our healing intentions become effective and instantaneous.
We explored attention in our consciousness, practicing stabilizing our attention in shuniya and navigating the space of awareness that opens up in that state.
We exercised our intention in shuniya, witnessing the healing experience.

The important aspects of the workshops to be remembered lie in the meditations that we performed.  Practicing these meditations makes these experiences repeatable by giving us access to the shuniya state.

Kriya for non-reaction

Shuniya meditations from 1994

Live above denial

Develop the capacity for self engagement

Division and Oneness

 

Recap of Meditation and Sat Nam Rasayan® Healing Workshop with Hari Nam Singh 03/12/2017- “Holding Together”

We held a Meditation and Sat Nam Rasayan® Healing Workshop with Hari Nam Singh at the Healing Heart Center in Hollywood. The topic of the workshop was “Holding Together”.  Much of the current conflict and chaos that we see in the world can be attributed to the denial of self and the individual’s separation from the self.  That phenomenon extends to one’s local environment, where the group psyche is affected in the same way.  Healing the self can be extended to healing the community.

We focused on living above denial and our awareness of God in us.

Meditations:  NM0394 – Live above denial  31 min.

NM0415 – Karma and Dharma 31 min

We healed the relation with the soul body from the Third and fourth chakras.

Next workshop: Engaging the self with your environment with prana.

A vegetarian lunch  followed, prepared by Dev Atma Suroop Kaur