"You can be angry [about] anything or everything―it’s a positive drive, it’s an energy, it’s agni granthi [fire]. Somebody once said, 'I don’t want to be angry, bless me.' I said, 'No, I would have to cut out your stomach, because anger means you will have heat. It would mean you have no blood circulation, no food digestion. How can I bless you with that?' He said, 'Well, I’m angry too much.' I said, 'Be blessed to be angry with yourself.'”
-Yogi Bhajan 9/17/1980
This meditation makes the two sides of the brain discharge, adjusts the electromagnetic field of the brain, and brings neutrality. Any pain is the result of imbalance in the brain.
Posture and Mudra: Sit in easy pose with the palms exerting a slight pressure slightly above the temples. The fingers are held up like moose antlers. The elbows are pulled down in front of the body.
Eyes: Eyes are closed, mentally focus on the top of the head.
Mantra: Chant SAT mentally and make fists of your hands. Chant NAAM mentally and open the fists and spread your fingers. Each SAT NAAM cycle should take 3 or 4 seconds.
Time: Continue for 22 or 31 minutes.
To End: Do one minute of stretching.
Time: 15 minutes.
2.5 minutes out loud, 2.5 minutes whisper, 5 minutes silent, 2.5 minutes whisper, and 2.5 minutes out loud.
© The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan
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