This meditation is to help us keep up with our children, and to help us handle the more sensitive brain activity needed for the coming era.
This practice works to cultivate the stamina and courage it takes to keep up in the face of fatigue, overwhelm, and extreme demands on the nervous system. The meditation uses two mantras, Sa Ta Na Ma and Sat Nam Wahe Guru, to bring you back to your own divinity and grace as Adi Shakti, the primal creative power.
Posture: Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine, and a light Neck Lock.
Mudra: Touch the tips of the thumb and the Jupiter (index) fingers. The remaining fingers are folded into the palm.
Mantra & Breath: Inhale, concentrating on the solar center while mentally projecting: Saa Taa.
Exhale as you mentally project: Naa Maa.
Eye Focus: Eyes are focused at the solar center (top of the head).
Continue for 31 minutes.
Posture & Mudra: Same as in Part One but bring the chin up.
Mantra: Chant the Sat Nam Wahe Guru mantra in a monotone, with a steady, rapid rhythm:
Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Whaa-Hay Guroo
Continue for 5-7 minutes.
© 3HO. This kriya is courtesy of YB Teachings, LLC.
This meditation was originally taught on January 23, 1973 and can be found in I Am a Woman: Essential Kriyas for Women in the Aquarian Age.