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Practices for the Month of August
In The War of Art: Winning the Inner Creative Battle, Steven Pressfield writes that “the more important a call or action is to our Soul’s evolution, the more resistance we will feel toward pursuing it.”
Surely most of us are at least familiar with the feeling of being stuck. Whether personally, professionally, or spiritually, we are bound to confront ourselves as we walk the yogic path. Even when it’s our very liberation at stake, personal resistance can feel challenging to overcome.
When the mind is heavy and you’re dragging your heels in the mud, Kundalini Yoga is a powerful tool. Never forget: At this very moment, we can change our lives. There never was a moment, and never will be, when we are without the power to alter our destiny. This week, discover practices for turning the tables on challenge and resistance.
Meditation for Facing the Challenge of Tomorrow
This three-part kriya recalibrates our responsiveness to what is, as it is. Do your best to sustain the arm position for the duration of the meditation, but listen to your body and modify or visualize as needed. Sit with a tall spine in easy pose with the chin in and the chest out. Bring your arms straight out to the sides. The elbows are up at the same level as the shoulders and the palms face downward. Bend the elbows in so that the forearms and fingertips point straight forward. There will be a stretch felt in the armpits.
Kriya for Keep Up Spirit
This is a kriya for joy, tranquility, peace, and the power to serve and uplift all those who need you. To begin, sit in Easy Pose. Extend the arms up at a 60-degree angle in front of the body. The hands are 2 ½ to 3 feet apart, palms facing each other, fingers together. There are four parts to the exercise. Then act with your full heart.
Concentrate on the Third-Eye Point. The coordination difficulties you may experience with this exercise can be alleviated by total concentration on the Third Eye Point
Meditation with the Magic Mantra
The mantra Ek Ong Kar, Sat Gur Prasad is said to elevate the self beyond duality and establish the flow of the spirit. It can make the mind powerful enough to remove obstacles. It earned the name “magic mantra” because its impact tends to happen quickly and last a long time. But it must be chanted with reverence.
To begin, sit in a comfortable meditative posture. Lift your hands to the level of your heart, palms up, elbows relaxed by your sides.
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