Realize the Infinity carried by the breath, and imbue Wahe Guru in each cell, like you are an ocean of sound and every cell is a bell that is vibrating.
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 is a powerful transformative meditation which is said to invoke the Kundalini energy to give you the necessary vitality and intuition to combat the negative effects of the subconscious mind.
The Guru Mantra meditation is a very quick way of achieving a state of thoughtlessness. the constant flow of the intellect stops.
Self-reliance will vanish all fear. Fear comes when you are dependent on anything other than your own inner wisdom and higher self. If your self-reliance is strong, you are protected.
This powerful meditation is said to strengthen your nervous system, expand your intuitive sense, and make the mind clear and decisive. It helps you have the strength to act on your ideals, and to consciously direct yourself.
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.
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.
This meditation is said to bring a state of calmness and joy to the mind. If practiced several times, the eyes will automatically lock at the third eye point when you inhale. The calmness comes as you consciously unite with the parts of yourself.
The mental frame from which you see yourself and the world will be totally shifted within and without by this exercise.