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The Art Of Kundalini Yoga & Meditation

Kundalini Yoga

A Supreme technology, to awaken your awareness, take you into your original self. It is a natural unfolding of your own nature. Human Consciousness

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Kundalini Yoga

What is Kundalini Yoga?

Kundalini Yoga is a science. Combining a series of ‘Yoga postures’, (Kyria) Breath, mantra’s & meditation.  Which works on the ‘Seven Chakra’s’, the ‘Arc line’ and the ‘Aura’ the Eighth Chakra.  It works directly on the flow of energy.

What is a Kriya?

A ‘Kriya’ is a set of yoga postures, combining the breath, Mantra’s & Meditation. To allow the manifestation of a particular state.

What is a Mantra?

A Mantra is a sequence of sounds designed to direct the mind by their rhythmic repetition.

What is Prana?

‘Prana’ is life force, the Breath.  The key to controlling the mind is controlling the breath. In this way you filter your thoughts so that each as a positive resolution by linking the breath to a ‘Mantra’The mind follows the breath.

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Meditation

When to meditate any time is good for you, particularly if it is the same time every day.
Keep in mind that first thing in the morning, the Amrit Vela, is best because it sets you for the whole day and is naturally a quiet, reflective time (especially before sunrise). 4am-7am, this is the ambrosial hours.
In the evening (at sunset or just before going to bed) is also a good time. 4pm-7pm, this time is called prayer time.
Meditation Location
Choose a place you won’t be disturbed, feel vulnerable, or get distracted. Try to use the same place daily. Make it your spot; you can fill it with candles, flowers, spiritual images and/or pictures of beautiful places, and anything else that is uplifting, calming, inspiring. Sit on a sheepskin, natural fibre blanket or, if needed, a firm cushion or on a chair dedicated for this purpose.
Commit to a Meditation
Whatever meditation you choose to do, to get the maximum benefit, fully commit to doing it for a certain amount and length of time. Keep in mind that 3 minutes a day is more effective than 31 minutes once a week. If you do miss a day, don’t beat yourself up, just start again and keep up!

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Tune-in with the Mantra Om

Chant Om three times before beginning the meditation. You can also choose to do a yoga kriya or some warm-ups after tuning in.

Set Your Intention

Have a clear picture of what the result of this meditation will be for you. Why have you chosen to do it? The clearer your focus and intention, the more power behind the meditation. You get what you project, so project the result.

Meditation Minutes

Yogic science says that there are specific lengths of time needed for certain desired effects in meditation. Thus, meditations (and exercises in a kriya) are held for a specified period of time.
3 minutes: Affects circulation (blood) and electromagnetic field.
11 minutes: Changes glandular system and nerves.
22 minutes: Balances and coordinates the three minds.
31 minutes: Affects all the cells and rhythms of the body and all layers of the mind’s projection.
62 minutes: Changes the grey matter of the brain. Integrates the subconscious “shadow mind” and the outer projection.
2 ½ hours: Holds the new pattern in the subconscious mind by the surrounding universal mind.

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Meditation Cycles of Transformation

Committing to a personal practice makes the meditation process of transformation and self-discovery your own. To master the effects of a meditation, practice it as a ‘Sadhana‘, as a daily discipline. This will develop a life-promoting habit. Habit controls us so much that it is said that we can actually change our destiny by changing our habits. We can use various cycles of the human mind to help replace unwanted patterns of behaviour with new, more positive ones. Choose a meditation that suits your goals and/or inspires you, and commit to practising it over 40, 90, 120, or 1,000 days.
40 days: Change a habit.
90 days: Confirm the habit.
120 days: You are the new habit.
1,000 days: Mastery of the new habit.
Yogic science says that there are specific lengths of time needed for certain desired effects in meditation. Thus, meditations (and exercises in a ‘Kriya’) are held for a specified period of time.

3 thoughts on “The Art Of Kundalini Yoga & Meditation

  1. Really like this …Thank you for sharing ….. appreciate the explanations and recommendations
    This method is something that I will consider doing myself .

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