It was initially said that anyone who does this exercise for 11 minutes every day will develop such a powerful intuition that it will clearly warn you of danger. It will also give you self-control when you are angry.
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.
Imagine that you are a great sage, sitting on top of a mountain. Build your courage and sincerity. Experience your positivity, your higher self, like an angel with wings flirting with the Divine. Enjoy yourself.
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 meditation refines the sattvic guna of your mind. Sattvic means pure, true, and balanced, and it represents contentment, joy, peace, and harmony.
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.
Sat Kriya strengthens the entire sexual system and stimulates its natural flow of energy. It allows you to control the insistent sexual impulse by re-channelizing sexual energy to creative and healing activities in the body.
This meditation brings mental balance. Through this practice, the mind awakens to the infinite capacity of the soul for sacrifice, service, and creation. It is said that a person who meditates on this sound current for 2.5 hours a day for a year, will know the unknowable and see the unseeable.
The character of your thoughts and emotions is reflected in the motion and level of energy in your breath. One of the first habits of a yogi is to notice the state of the breath and prana. A disturbance in the subtle prana foreshadows what will manifest in the body and emotions.