Charan Japa and Breathwalk: Flourishing the Soul of a Child
“By His Command, bodies are created; His Command cannot be described.
By His Command, souls come into being; by His Command, glory and greatness are obtained.”
– Guru Nanak Dev ji , Japji Sahib (1st Pauree)
Mudra, Mantra & Movement
Woman on the left, man on the right. His left hand, and her right hand are locked. Coordinate the steps with each other: on the left foot chant SAT NAM, on the right foot chant WAHE GURU.
3-5 miles per day.
About this Meditation
This is called Charan Japa. It is an age-old method, in which a couple creates a rhythm and a frequency between them. It is very bonding and healing. It is especially beneficial if expecting a child. This bonded consciousness of the couple helps to flourish the soul of the child. This attracts a very easy, most beautiful child. The couple’s own self is improved, too.
About Breathwalk & Charan Japa
Siri Singh Sahib ji shared with Gurucharan Singh Khalsa his approach to a simple, elegant walking technique based on the traditional system called Charan Japa or “repeat with the feet.” A complete system called Breathwalk was created, which goes beyond the basic traditional japa, by integrating specific breath patterns, expanding the range of mantras, and including Kundalini Yoga exercises and guided meditation. In this way, one is able to direct mood, energy and awareness in multiple ways. It has been proven to be one of the most powerful physical exercises to break stress, improve health and gain emotional control. It is not only an accessible natural activity, but also a deep meditation and a profound way to connect to nature – inner and outer.
“What a mother teaches a child in the womb cannot be learned on the Earth. That’s why I ask you just to meditate after 120 days of pregnancy. Soul has entered. Walk and meditate.” – Charan Japa Kriya – 6/28/94
Meditation images courtesy of Kundalini Mobile.
Source manual for this meditation: I Am a Woman: Creative, Sacred & Invincible
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