NM0415-20010910 - Karma & Dharma
Clasp hands at the heart. Left hand over right hand. Chant the mantra Ang Sang Waheguru. Use the tongue to produce pressure on the upper palate, without touching. Vibrate the mantra there. Hold the sound there, feel the resistance, and release it. You will see everything from the inside. 31 min.
NM0415 - 09-10-2001 Feel God Within You
NM142 19940615 - Bless the Planet Earth and Let the Heavens Descend in You
Bend the left elbow into the side of the body. Bring the forearm up towards the chest as far as it will go, palm facing the body. Then bend the palm back flat on the wrist, so it is parallel to the ceiling. The right arm is extended straight out in front of the body, no bend in the elbow, palm flat and facing the floor. Both the right arm and the left flattened palm should be level with each other. Hold the position. Eyes: Closed. Focus: Focus your closed eyes on the top of your skull, the soft spot you had when you were a baby. (The spot you exit through at death.) Breath: Breathe long, slow and deep and very consciously.
Guru Dev Mata, Guru Dev Pita,” by Gurujiwan Singh, Wahe Guru Kaur & Sangeet Kaur
Time: 19 minutes.
End: Inhale deeply, hold the breath and make your hands like steel (just the hands from shouders onward), squeeze and tighten them. Bring the spine into the lining. (Hold 25 seconds.) Exhale.
Inhale a second time. (Hold 10 seconds.) Exhale.
Inhale deep a third time, and this time squeeze the entire body. (Hold 20 seconds.) Exhale and relax.
Comments/Effects: The left hand in this position, represents our initial brain. In this kriya, the posture means, “Initiallly you must hold yourself.” When you read in the Bible, the word ‘Behold,’ it really means ‘hold yourself,’ nothing else. The right extended arm is saying, ‘Your extension must bless.’ When you bless, God shall bless you. That’s the promise. Technically, make sure the hands remain at the same level, and it will effect you very powerfully.
Bless the planet Earth and let the heavens descend in you.
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