Indra Nittri means the eyes of Indra. It connotes the feeling that every pore of the body becomes an all-seeing eye. It represents knowledge that comes through the soul and intuition.
This chant brings presence to your soul and destiny. It lets your activity serve your purpose, by connecting you with creativity and focusing your attention toward your true priorities. Strong actions combined with non-attachment make life a dance with much creativity and gratitude.
Companionship comes from genuine communication, not from trying control a situation or the other person. When we try to control we may feel a temporary “win,” but at the expense of losing connection with Self. This kriya helps to develop real communication and a sense of companionship.
This kriya is said to clear your communication so another person will be more able to hear what you say when you speak. It uses the mantra “Sat Nam,” the eternal sound. Chanting this mantra is said to give you Heaven and Earth in balance.
Good communication expresses the real you. This meditation lets you know where your heart is and what is in it.
This kriya is meant to balance the brain chemistry to address tiredness and confusion, which can get in the way of clear, honest communication.
This meditation lets you merge into the feeling of totality. When you speak from that feeling you create trust. With trust you establish strong relationships.
This kriya is based on Jaap Sahib, a prayer by Guru Gobind Singh, who was the 10th Sikh Guru. It brings sensitivity, creativity, and intuition, and has the capacity to take you beyond the pains of life.
This meditation will develop in you a mature, elevated caliber of endurance, courage, and patience. Caliber is the capacity of an individual to identify the inner self; to communicate and project one’s identity.