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.
In this kriya, you breathe exclusively through the left nostril, which calms the nervous system, supports the heart, and begins to move you from a mindset of reactivity to positivity.
This kriya, when practiced regularly, promotes deep, relaxed sleep and helps the nerves to regenerate. The best time to practice is every night before bed, but it can be practiced any time of the day.
This meditation helps to regulate the pineal and pituitary glands. It is excellent for everyone, but particularly effective for rehabilitation efforts in drug dependence, mental illness, and phobic conditions.
To come out of the darkness, you must assess yourself. Ultimately, to be happy through all change and to have the full radiance of your soul, there must be surrender of your self to your higher self.
The Breaking the Mask kriya addresses the imaginary personality created by beliefs about the self that are acquired at an early age.
This kriya wakes up all ten bodies. The Ten Bodies are: Soul Body, Negative Mind, Positive Mind, Neutral Mind, Physical Body, Arc Line, Auric Body, Pranic Body, Subtle Body, Radiant Body.
This meditation exalts the intuition. The Seventh Chakra represents humility and vastness, the tenth gate, the seat of the soul, the connection to the highest self, elevation. The Eighth Chakra represents radiance, the electromagnetic field, protection, and combines the effects of all the chakras.
Tune into your aura and perceive your own radiance.
It is easy to hear a truth and difficult to live it, to embed it deeply into your heart and mind. Jappa (meditative repetition of a mantra) done with the refined Neutral Mind leads to Naam Chit Aveh—the constant remembrance of the Infinite.