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Meditation to Keep Up with our Children


Originally taught on January 23, 1973

This meditation is said to help you handle the more sensitive brain activity needed for the coming era, and allow you to keep up with your children. Build vitality and energy so that you have the stamina, the strength and courage, in the face of extreme demands and fatigue, to keep going, and to constantly bring you back to your own divinity, your own grace, as the Adi Shakti, the Great Mother.

“The human race is getting into a very mentally sensitive era. The new generation is nothing but a bunch of vibrations. People are going to become more and more sensitive and not understand why they feel the way they do. Ninety percent of people will go crazy.

Astrologically, because of the influence of Uranus, we are experiencing more sensitive brain activity. The mental projection is becoming more activated; controlling and channeling it will be a problem; out-of-body experiences will be almost uncontrollable. And the children being born and raised now are much more sensitive than we were as children. By the time we are 50-60 years old we will not be able to understand the children at all, the gap will be so wide."
-Yogi Bhajan



Posture:
Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine, and a light Neck Lock.

Mudra: Touch the tips of the thumb and the Jupiter (index) fingers. The remaining fingers are folded into the palm.

Eye Focus: Eyes are focused at the solar center (top of the head).

Part One

Mantra: Inhale, concentrating on the solar center while mentally projecting:

Saa Taa

Exhale as you mentally project:

Naa Maa

Time: 31 minutes.

Part Two

Posture: Same as in Part One but bring the chin up.

Mantra:  Chant the Sat Nam Wahe Guru mantra in a monotone, with a steady, rapid rhythm:

Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Whaa-Hay Guroo

Time: 5-7 minutes.

© The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan

This meditation can be found in I Am a Woman: Essential Kriyas for Women in the Aquarian Age available through KRI.

Yoga photos courtesy of Kundalini Mobile.