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.
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.
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.
This kriya works through a combination of mudra (hand position) and mantra (sacred sound) to awaken the intelligence of the heart. The heart center represents the bridge between heaven and earth, or the spiritual and earthly planes.
This is a 15-minute pranayam to connect the subconscious and the intuition. It calls for a 2-stroke inhale through the open mouth, and a 1-stroke exhale through the nose.
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.
Built into the heart of Kundalini Yoga is the recognition of the divine spark in all. This meditation is meant to awaken this realization: that you are spirit, and everyone around you is spirit.
This meditation is intended to improve your capacity to project your identity and reach excellence in life. It was originally said to conquer depression and discouragement, and to build tremendous strength in the nervous system.
This powerful couple’s meditation is meant to elevate awareness and the capacity to see the sacred in the other. It is generally invigorating, energizing, and intended for strength and endurance.
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.