Yogi Bhajan Los Angeles, June 14, 1978
Sit in easy pose with a straight spine. Pull the chin in and push the chest out.
Relax the arms down with the elbows bent nd the forearms raised up from the sides of the body until they slant away from each side of the body at about a 30′ degree angle. Point the palms foreward and touch the Saturn or middle fingertip of each hand to its respective thumb tip. Leave the remaining fingers pointing up.
Sit with the legs crossed or in a chair with the weight of both feet equally distributed on the floor.
Deeply inhale and completely exhale as the mantra is chanted.
The eyes are l/10th open.
SAT NAAM HAREEE NAAM HAREE NAAM HAREE HAREE NAAM SAT NAAM SAT NAAM HAREE
After the designated time is completed remain in the same body position and chant
SA-A-A-A-A-A-AT NAAM Continue for a period of time. Then begin chanting
GURU GURU WAHE GURU, GURU RAM DAS GURU three times per breath. Chant in a monotone very forcefully, stressing the first syllable of each word.
Chant the first mantra for 31 minutes. Then chant the next mantras for as long as desired.
Pulling the chin in and pushing the chest out creates an equalibrium and prevents freaking out while meditating. The meditation “eliminates negativity, brings posi- tivity, arouses the spirit to blossom,” and when long SAT NAAM is done with it, it makes a combination that “has nothing parallel and equal to it.” “HAREE” is the creative energy of God. “SAT NAAM” explodes it. It is of hegher potency and multiplies the power of “HAREE” millions of times. If the third mantra is properly chanted, it will bring up the kundalini. If a person can learn and chant all 3 mantras, “how dumb and unfortunate and condemned from the heavens he may be, he will recuperate 10 times.”
LA046 780614 HARI SHABAD KRIYA Use the wind to produce trance and eliminate negativity
2 thoughts on “Meditation: LA046 – 780614 – Hari Shabad Meditation – Use the Wind to Produce Trance and Dissolve Negativity”
It doesn’t say the hand posture for the last two mantras nor how long to do them for. Is there more information?
Sure, keep the same posture.