The Adi Mantra & the Golden Chain of Kundalini Yoga
In Kundalini Yoga we always start a class or a personal practice with the Adi Mantra (Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo), chanting it three to five times. It is the first technology of a Kundalini Yoga student or teacher. Adi means the first or primal; mantra is the creative projection of the mind through sound.
This mantra is the first creative action. It centers you into the Higher Self and reminds your lower mind that it is not your ego that will practice or teach Kundalini Yoga.
Gyan Chakra Kriya – Brighten Your Halo!
Gyan Chakra Kriya for abundance and prosperity Gyan Chakra Kriya Meditation is one of the most sacred kriyas in Kundalini Yoga. It was practiced so miracles could happen. There is…
The Golden Chain
Anytime you want to manifest a link with spirituality, Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo is the link. You know when you enter a parking lot, and you cross the line and pull the ticket out? That is this mantra. You manifest Infinity through the Grace of Guru Ram Das when you chant this mantra. The guardian of the Aquarian Age is Guru Ram Das. When you have lack of faith or a similar thing, you can chant this mantra. Many of you are going to enter Shakti Pad. This mantra can help you, with the grace of Guru Ram Das.
Shakti and Shakta One Heart Meditation for Couples
Head is beautiful; head is not wrong, but something is beyond the head, and that is the heart, the Self, the being which throbs for somebody, which moves for something, which moves even when you don’t move. Something which lives in you when you feel you are dead—is your heart. The brain can collapse and revive, but when the heart collapses and it doesn’t revive, the brain won’t even function. The value of the Heart Chakra is very definite.” ~Yogi Bhajan
The Teacher Within: Tratakam Meditation
In the yogic scriptures it says, “Even a glance from the eyes of a holy man can cure mental and physical imbalances.” Once in a very great while there is a picture that has a transcendent quality of neutrality that allows the person gazing at it to go through it and into their higher consciousness. This is a form of meditation called Tratakum.
Meditation for Guidance
At times when the path of truth and clarity seems lost, calm yourself and still your mind, then the path will come to you. To live life according to the guidance of the inner truth is essential. If you do not, you will have doubts. If doubts are not removed, then frustration comes in. Frustration, when not released, leads to anger. Anger then leads to destructive action either to the self, others, or both. To stop this vicious cycle, create the habit to still the mind and ask questions of your own higher consciousness. This meditation can develop that capacity and strengthen your mental direction.
Meditation to Hear the Inner Voice
With regular practice of this kriya, you will start hearing the inner voice, knowing exactly what is being said inside.
The Siri Guru Granth Sahib is a subtle Word. It is a permutation and combination of words in ragas (a set of rules of how to build a melody). If you properly analyze it and understand it, it is beyond wonders. Slowly people recognize it and come to an understanding of the words. As was said by John, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” What was, what is and what shall be, are the same. One thing remains constant, consistent and carefree, and that is God Himself. God is not a person – it is a Self-Perpetuating Energy. And when you become near Divine, you also become a self-perpetuating energy, and then there is nothing good, nothing bad, nothing wrong and nothing high.
If you are gold, you will end up as gold. In this attitude of life, karmas do not matte. What matters is the attention you pay to your Creator. ~Excerpted from Yogi Bhajan Lecture, July 21, 2001
Kundalini Yoga as Taught by Yogi Bhajan
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The Most Important Mantra in Kundalini Yoga
Nirvair Singh explains that the Adi Mantra is our first mantra. We start every kriya with this mantra. It is the mantra we use to tune in. He talks about what Yogi Bhajan shared about this mantra.
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As you hold the breath, visualize your relationships and bless, forgive, and understand. Use this breath to heal these relationships.
Be the Altar, Never the Alternative
“If your psyche and your halo is there, this exercise shall give you your halo as it should be; more you do it, more fast you will be you. Opportunities will come to you, you don’t have to chase after them. Am I clear?” – Yogi Bhajan