All posts filed under: Meditation Collection

Mantra: Chattra Chakkra Vartee

“Chattr Chakkr Vartee is the mantra for the heart center, it gives direct energy to it. When you are sinking, if you know this mantra and can sing it, you can totally recuperate yourself.” — Yogi Bhajan   Complete Mantra:Chattra Chakkra Vartee, Chattra Chakkra Bhugatay, Suyambhav Subhang Sarab Daa Saraab Jugatay.  Dukaalan Pranasee, Diaalang Saroopay, Sadaa Ang Sangay, Abhangang Bibhutaay   Language: Gurmukhi Source: Jaap Sahib Author: Guru Gobind Singh   Translation:You are pervading in all the four directions, the Enjoyer in all the four directions. You are self-illumined, profoundly beautiful, and united with all. Destroyer of the torments of birth and death, embodiment of mercy. You are ever within us. You are the everlasting giver of indestructible power.   More Information:This mantra is taken from the last four lines of Guru Gobind Singh’s Jaap Sahib.  It is a mantra used to remove fear, anxiety and phobias.  It is a mantra to make one experience victory.   During periods of change, we become irritable, snappish and edgy. We lash out at our loved ones, behave in irrational …

Wahe Guru :: Destiny

The Mantra Toolkit: Wahe Guru Wahe Guru is also known as the Gurmantra. It triggers the destiny. Translation: I am in ecstasy when I experience the Indescribable Wisdom. This mantra expresses the indescribable experience of going from darkness to light—from ignorance to true understanding. It is the Infinite teacher of the soul. What is Wahe Guru? Knowledge, talent and the secrets of success are in consistent pursuit. Satisfaction, friendship and prosperity are in instant communication.          c Every client is a super friend. Every trade is a super opportunity. Every smile is a direct achievement. Every frown is a new loss. Every hanky-panky is a loss of trust. Every lie is a loss of face. Every moment without understanding is a misunderstanding. The power of victory is in strategy and action with a complete brief; result with complete assessment; recharge and attack again. Every action must have cover and reinforcement. Understand, then stand under. If you want to get together, gather yourself first and then get together. What we are is what we do to others. …

KRIYA FOR HEALING

This is a beautiful simple meditation for self-healing. Posture: Sit in Easy Pose. Arms are crossed, holding opposite shoulders. The left arm should be over the right. The shoulders should carry the weight. Eyes: Closed. Music: Ang Sang Wahe Guru. Sing with the tip of the tongue. Time: 31 Minutes. Ang Sang Wahe Guru Translation :: The dynamic, loving energy of the Infinite Source of All is dancing within every cell of me. This mantra eliminates haunting thoughts. Under the pressures of fear, this meditation keeps us together, conscious, and ready to act. It brings the inner peacefulness that comes only from the touch and scope of spirit. Ang is ‘a part.’ Sang is ‘in every,’ or ‘with every.’ Wahe is ‘the indescribable living ecstasy of Infinite Being.’ Guru is ‘the knowledge that transforms your mind, emotion and essence.’ The whole phrase means, “The Infinite Being, God, is with me, and vibrates in every molecule and cell of my being.” “The word Ang Sang Wahe Guru is meant for destroying unconscious habits and unconscious thoughts for which we are not …

Meditation Guidelines

Thanking 3HO guidelines for Kundalini teaching :: Partnered with the YOGIC PHARMACY found within this site to get your home practice initiated. Welcome to your home. When to Meditate Anytime that works for you, particularly if it is the same time every day. Keep in mind that first thing in the morning is best because it sets you for the whole day and is naturally a quiet, reflective time (especially before sunrise). In the evening (at sunset or just before going to bed) is also a good 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 fiber 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 …

Serenity Mantra

Om Asatoma Definition – What does Om Asatoma mean? Om asatoma – sometimes referred to as Om asatoma sadgamaya – is a peace mantra often used after yoga class or meditation. It comes from the Sanskrit, om, which is the primordial sound of the universe; asato, which means “unreality”; and ma, meaning “not” or “me.” Peace mantras, or shanti mantras, are recited for their ability to create a serene environment; in particular, to calm the mind and create inner peace. Often, the sound vibrations created by chanting the syllables are more important to creating this peace than any meaning ascribed to the words. Yogapedia explains Om Asatoma The full Om Asatoma mantra is: Om asatoma sadgamaya. Tamasoma jyotirgamaya. Mrityorma amritamgamaya. Om shanti, shanti, shanti. Translations vary :: “Om, lead me from the unreal to the real. Lead me from darkness to the light. Lead me from death to eternal life. Om, peace, peace, peace.” The Om Asatoma dates back to ancient times, having been mentioned in the Hindu text, “Brihadaranyaka Upanishad.” It is also known …

Healing Tara

“White Tara is particularly associated with healing, protecting and stabilizing your life-force.” Working with Buddhist practice, if in pain, in need of quick help of feeling threatened by illness. White Taras help can be immediate and miraculous. White Tara is as much the swift heroine know as the swift saviour. Although there are many types of self healing mantra, Sita Tara is the fastest to bring aid as well as effective for long term health. White Tara generates merit to help overcome negativities and bad karmic potentials, both in healing and both maintaining health. Embodying the activity of compassion and wisdom. How Does Tara Heal? Drawing on the teachings of Venerable Lama Phuntsok, White Tara overcomes the impediment to long life and long Dharma practice: “All problems—sufferings, sicknesses, and diseases arise from thoughts that are based upon attachment, aversion, and ignorance as to the way things really are. It is said again and again that the worst obstacle is the third—concepts and thoughts. We continually think that we want to be happy and be free …

Mantra of I am Divine Love

Divine Love Mantra – Aham Prema   You’ll find this mantra embracing you the way mother embraces a child. The basic meaning of the mantra “Aham Prema” is “I Am Divine Love.” When you chant this mantra you are declaring that your basic true nature is love—Divine Love. Such a powerful (and irrefutable) declaration creates a vibration of pure love within and around you and instantly attracts other like-minded and love-minded beings.  This mantra is often recited by those who wish to attract a spiritually-based relationship. And that is a special kind of relationship indeed. Aham Prema is also a good mantra for those suffering from bouts of self-hatred or self-loathing. The “I” that tries to declare hates its “self” is quickly dissolved into a pure vibration of Divine Love. Meditation Instructions POSTURE Sitting on the floor or a chair with the spine straight. EYES Eyes are closed (listen and focus on the mantra) MUDRA Hands in Gyan Mudra (thumb tip touches index finger tip and the other fingers are straight) Gyan mudra stimulates the …

Negative Mind Meditation

Instructions POSTURE Sitting on the floor or a chair with the spine straight EYES Eyes are slightly open looking down into the your cupped hands MUDRA Make a cup with your hands resting your RIGHT hand in your LEFT hand. Hold this mudra at your heart center. BREATH PATTERN Inhale deeply in a steady breath through the NOSE. Exhale in a focused release out of the mouth and over the hands. MENTAL FOCUS Notice your thoughts or desires that are negative or distracting (currently or from the past that still haunt you). Hold this mental focus on these thoughts as you inhale and release them as you exhale. SILENCE Sit in the silence of the experience you are creating. The silence will allow the monkey mind to unveil the negative thoughts or fears to release. TO END: Exhale completely and hold your focus and squeeze each vertebra until you reach the base. Inhale powerfully and then exhale and repeat 3-5 times. Completely relax TIME 3, 7, 11, 22 min. daily practice for full effect. Kundalini …

I am the light of my Soul Meditation

Meditation Instructions POSTURE Sitting on the floor or a chair with the spine straight. EYES Eyes are closed (listen and focus on the mantra) MUDRA Hands in Gyan Mudra (thumb tip touches index finger tip and the other fingers are straight) Gyan mudra stimulates the ability to understand your inner knowledge and wisdom which invokes receptivity and calmness. MANTRA I am the light of my Soul I am Bountiful I am Beautiful I am Bless I am I am TO END Inhale deeply, hold your breath and relax TIME 3, 7, 11 and 22 min. (daily practice for full effect) daily practice for full effect • Kundalini Yoga as Taught By Yogi Bhajan  THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IS INTENDED AS GENERAL INFORMATION FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. BY BEING GUIDED TO THESE YOU UNDERSTAND THAT THE INFORMATION COULD BE CONSIDERED EXPERIMENTAL AND THAT YOU MUST TAKE COMPLETE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR USE OF IT.

8/4 Segmented Breathing Meditation

With segmented breathing we divide the inhalation and exhalation into several equal parts, with a slight suspension of the breath separating each part, and with a distinct beginning and end onto each segment. This stimulates the central brain and the glandular system in different ways. instead of inhaling in one smooth motion, we break the breath up into segmented sniffs. Try not to collapse or squeeze the nostrils in on the sniff, or pull the breath too deeply into the lungs. the goal is for the breath to strike a relaxed, yet focused area in the nasal passage to stimulate a particular set of nerves. Keep the nostrils relaxed and direct the attention to the feel of the breath further along the air passages and to the motion of the diaphragm. 4 Parts in : 8 Parts Out – calming, centring  Meditation Instructions POSTURE Sitting on the floor or chair. Spine straight. EYES Eyes closed and focus on the 3rd eye (between the eyebrows and up one inch, this activates intuition). MUDRA Hands in Gyan Mudra …