With the Radiant Body strong, our presence communicates contentment, containment, completeness and consciousness. Without the full Radiant Body, we grasp for some security other than our Being and the Infinite.
This 3-part meditation helps the body recover from fatigue and regulate the energy through the breath. With practice it develops a “self-rhythm,” in which the two hemispheres of the brain cross-relate and quell the wavering mind.
This kriya uses the power of sound to cut through negativity and re-route the mind. The objective here is to reverse negative thinking.
The combination of rhythmic sound, mudra, asana, and eye focus in this kriya are said to bring you into the experience of your own Infinity. Chanting from the diaphragm is a powerful way to open the lungs.
The 25th pauri of Japji is said to change poverty into prosperity. It works on the pranic body, the aura, and the radiant body, moving energy from the Earth to the Heavens.
There is One God and no matter what we call it, or how we define it or choose to relate, the world’s great traditions point to the same place. This is a meditation upon the names of God.
This meditation brings deep relaxation, strength, and mental clarity. Also called “soul talk,” it is said to bring the experience of the soul on the spot.
This 31-minute mantra meditation is to develop the frontal lobe and hypothalamus, which govern the executive functioning of the brain.
This is a very creative meditation that can be practiced by anyone of any gender. A 40-day practice of this kriya is said to give the power to break unwanted habits.
This kriya uses the Ajai Alai mantra. It is the mantra for the radiant body, said to make you bright and beautiful.