All posts tagged: breathe

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. …

Breath Signatures

The main problem in the world is stress. It is not going to decrease, it is going to increase. If through pranayama the shock can be harnessed, the entire stress and disease can be eliminated ~ Yogi Bhajan   Mastery of the breath is a foundation for, promoting health and vitality. Opening the range and creativity of the emotions. Controlling the moods. Developing concentration and promoting the feeling of connectedness. Breath awareness begins with recognising the breath as both the gross physical breath, as well as the subtle life force of the body and mind called prana. A Kundalini Yogi examines and breaks the habit to ignore the breath. Think of the breath in broader terms than simply respiration. Consider that the breath and its movements are connected to the movements of all ether emotions and thoughts. The breath and the Word are in intimate relationship.They form the platform from which all things begin, and they shape the form and direction of ones life. They govern our communications and our relationships with ourselves and others. …

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 …