Tune-in. Ong Namo….
Meditation To Say, “Hello” To Your Intuition (tip of the tongue on the soft palate; sit perfectly motionless) — 11 minutes
So in Sat Nam Rasayan®, we heal using our consciousness with our intention. We’re aware when we relate with something that needs to be healed. The aspect of awareness known as the Projective Meditative Mind is where we can project an intention. We practice a process of allowing everything in our perception to be as it is and not reacting. We allow whatever will happen in the healing process to happen. Our not reacting will allow the relation to produce something new.
Round One: Open the space. Come into relation with your partner. Say just loudly enough for your partner to hear the Mantra “Wah.” Keep repeating the Mantra “Wah” just loudly enough for your partner to hear. Be aware of the effect on the relation. Now stop saying the Mantra. Now touch your partner’s arm, slowly applying pressure until you reach the point of maximum pressure, and then slowly releasing the pressure, in a symmetrical fashion. Keep repeating that process of slowly applying and then slowly releasing the pressure. Be aware of the effect on the relation. Come to conclusion.
We were applying the simple Mantra “Wah,” which had an effect on the relation. We used “Wah” in a way that would produce a flow that smoothed out any uneven sharpness. When there is too much fire or heat, more flow balances that out.
The motion of the hands of slowly applying pressure and then slowly releasing the pressure in a symmetrical fashion produced flow.
The Element of Water can be included in the relation for a similar purpose.
The Mantra “Wah” and that particular Mudra, that motion of the hands, allowed the heat to distribute in more useful, balanced ways.
The Tiny Pet just has to show up and be there.
Opening the space is just a process that we go through to stabilize an aspect of awareness, to be in the Projective Meditative Mind. However that happens is fine. I help to guide you to find the place where you are stable in that aspect of awareness.
Round Two: Repeat of Round One….
That was relaxing.
Round Three: Open the space. Come into relation with your partner. Say just loudly enough for your partner to hear the Mantra “He.” Keep repeating the Mantra “He” just loudly enough for your partner to hear. Be aware of the effect on the relation. Now stop saying the Mantra. Now touch your partner’s arm. Start with a firm, tight grip on your partner’s arm, and then very slowly and incrementally release the pressure. Continue to repeat that process. Start with a firm, tight grip on your partner’s arm, and then very slowly and incrementally release the pressure. This is an asymmetrical process as you’re starting with a tight, firm grip, and then slowly releasing the pressure. Continue this process. Be aware of the effect on the relation. Come to conclusion.
Round Four: Repeat of Round Three….
The Mantra “He” has the influence of expansion like the Element of Air.
The Mudra, the hand motion, is to start with a firm, tight grip, and then slowly release the pressure.
Those two sessions together were an antidote to hot weather. We are having a long, hot summer everywhere in this country. People are a tinderbox of emotions, uptight, jerky, and acting on impulses.
Increasing the flow with the Element of Air allows people to tend to forget what they were uptight about. If something’s bugging somebody, help the person not to be so bugged.
Wah — Water
He — Air
Guru — Compression — Fire
The choppy, staccato, high-frequency sounds in the environment are fiery and produce reactions.
Just be aware that doing broad strokes such as including Mantra and Mudra in the relation has an Impact.
You can adjust the position that you’re holding in relation to a group of people. You can move to the side and turn a little to produce a more comfortable relation.
Approaching people directly face-to-face can produce a feeling of compression and confrontation, and they’ll react. If you come up to an animal directly face-on, the animal will run away. If you approach by circling in, then you are not adding too much intensity; and so then you can perhaps get very close to the animal.
There are real, tangible consequences of the Impact of the physical interaction.
Fire produces the sensation of a tendency.
Mantras will always have an Impact through sound.
Mudra is a Form that has an Impact through what you perceive in your Perceptive Field.
Most of this country is really hot now, and people are very tense. Help them.
Do something once, and something will happen in the relation.
If you say the right word in the right way, the person’s perception of you can completely change. That person can change his mind about you when you say the right word in the right way.
Let’s finish now.
Sat Nam. Sat Nam. Sat Nam. (silent prayer….)
In Guru Dev Singh’s Kundalini Yoga Workshop here at Golden Bridge on Tuesday night, July 10th, he taught Mudra with Mantra, while holding a position, which produced amazing results in the mind that seemed magical. Yogi Bhajan gave us 4,000 Meditations. It’s important to find the proper way to say the Mantra, and to hold the Mudra very precisely. Last night Guru Dev Singh taught us the Mantra, “Ek Ong Kar Sat Hari.”