This mantra helps remove blocks or obstacles when you feel stuck.
This is a good meditation to help you get in touch with the inner self. It will also help if you are scattered and want to settle down, or if you are already quiet and want to go deep into the core of yourself. It’s a good meditation for beginners and to develop the ability of concentration in action. It allows you to control your reaction to any situation and can bring sweetness and one-pointedness to the most scattered mind.
Cleanse the body with the precious breath of life.
This pranayama is a classical technique, which is referred to in the Gheranda Samhita as a “perfect cleanser.” It is a purifying practice which, if done as a regular sadhana, burns the karmas of many lifetimes. The karmas are coded in the structure of the aura, the flow patterns of the subtle nadis, and in the deep structure of the mental body.
This Pikhna Bhakti meditation gives you the power to see the creative consciousness of another individual. It is an enjoyable, devotional meditation.
This meditation balances the brain and relieves stress. It takes only three minutes but can have a profound effect.
Tune into your aura and perceive your own radiance.
The radiance and beauty of a person depends on the clarity and shine of his circumvent force field, which in turn depends on the balance of energy in the left (moon) and right (sun) sides of the body. This pranayam creates this balance and allows the mind to rid itself of doubts.
To be what you are is the essence of truth and will lead you to the nature of Reality.
If your lips are not doing a proper job of guarding the most powerful hole in the body (your mouth), do this meditation. Because the lips connect to the Second and Sixth Chakras, you may notice the sex organs and brain being affected.