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Meditation to Connect with the Self-Sensory System

Taught by Yogi Bhajan on August 21, 2000 in Espanola, New Mexico

“The deciding factor in our life is our likes and dislikes, not the sensory system, nor the intuitive system. We don't plan that way. Our senses are more powerful than us, but we do not let them develop. Sensory man is a positive man. Wherever he lives, he has everything positive around him. His relationships are smooth. He flows with the will of God. He floats.

But technically speaking, we do not trust the largeness of God. We limit our capacity this way. You do not relate to the soul of the person, you only relate to the physical, and that physical is very deceptive. That's why our relationships are very limited. There is no betrayal possible for a sensory person. When a sensory person checks his senses and projects from the sensory system, he and she can understand where they are going. It's one of the most authentic systems.

We have a meditation for it. Now you are going to become people of the Aquarian Age.”
-Yogi Bhajan

Posture: Sit in Easy Pose.

Mudra: Create a triangle at your heart, by placing the right hand over the left hand. Arms are parallel to the ground, palms facing down.

Eyes: Look at the tip of your nose.

Breath: Make an ‘O’ of your mouth and drink in the air. Fill your chest totally and let it go through the nostrils. See how strong and comfortable you can be. The breath should be very long and steady and mechanical. Maintain the triangle, keep the spine straight, and participate actively.

This is the time to use your commitment, your courage, consolidate your senses, achieve.

Time: Continue for 31 minutes.

To End: Inhale deep. With all your force, hold the breath. Exhale. Repeat 2 more times. On the last inhale, hold and squeeze every fiber and every nerve of your body. Let it go. Relax.

“You see the difference you can always make. It doesn't come from outside, it comes from within you. You don't understand. There's an Earth, there's a Universe, there's a galaxy (there are 4000 galaxies). We are huge interactively—very vast and when we start doing these exercises we start sensing that system.”
–Yogi Bhajan

© The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan

[Published in the IKYTA Sensory Human Teaching Curriculum]