Sit in easy pose. Extend the forearms straight out in front of the body with the elbows bent. Raise the forearms up and in toward the chest until they are pointing up at the ceiling and close the hands into … Read the rest
The elbows are held at the ribs. The palms of the hands face toward the face, out in front of the shoulders.
Chant the Mantra: “Humee Hum Brahm Hum.”
For both hands, on “Humee” the thumb and the Mercury finger … Read the rest
In September, 2005, we attended a Sat Nam Rasayan retreat in Sedona with Guru Dev Singh. At sadhana, we performed a series of kriyas originally taught by Yogi Bhajan.
1. For central nerve – Jupiter & Saturn fingers point up
With the palms facing down, bend the Saturn (middle) fingers forward. Bring the Saturn fingers together so that the pads touch and point downward. The remaining fingers interlace across the backs of the hands. The thumb tips touch and … Read the rest
Yogi Bhajan – LA004 – January 9, 1978
Experience your existence directly. Feel from where the feeling comes. Quiet the subconscious. Assume the posture and mudra shown. Keep straight and still. Contemplate the mind. Allow every part of your experience. … Read the rest
Yogi Bhajan – LA093 – March 19, 1979
Sit in easy pose with a straight spine.
Raise the arms with the elbows bent until the hands meet at the level of the chest. The forearms form a straight line parallel
Relax the arms down with the elbows bent. Raise the forearms up and in toward each other until the hands meet in front of the heart center. Interlace all the fingers and the thumbs and lock them tightly together.
At the Perugia SNR retreat, we held sadhana each morning consisting of several kriyas. These are documented here.Read the rest
Yogi Bhajan – LA918 – September 8, 1997
Put right hand on top of left shoulder, led hand flat against the back. Keep your posture. Chest out, chin in, spine straight so that energy and spinal serum … Read the rest
Funky swimming. With hands facing each other in front. bring right hand up and out to side, then back around to center. Left hand down and in, then back around to center. Keep going at a fast pace. Feel the … Read the rest
1. Sit with the back straight and arms up in front at 60°. Stretch shoulders up, pulling up from ribs. Thumbs touch sun fingers at … Read the rest