With regular practice of this kriya, you will start hearing the inner voice, knowing exactly what is being said inside.
“Tune in” with the the Adi Mantra (Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo) – 3-5 times.
Posture: Sit straight in a cross-legged position. Place your hands over the ears with the thumbs stretched forward under the jawbone.
Eyes: Eyes are closed.
Mantra: Pull up the navel on each word as you chant the mantra, Sat Siri Siri Akal, Siri Akal Maha Akal, Maha Akal Sat Nam, Akal Murat Waheguru (the music used in this class was from Raga Sadhana by Sangeet Kaur and Harjinder Singh). Be straight and be positive. Try to hear the inner voice. Continue for 31 minutes.
To end: Inhale deeply, hold, and press your ears as hard as you can. Exhale. Repeat one more time. Then inhale deeply again, hold, and keeping the hands over the ears, rock the body from side to side 2 -3 times. Relax.
If you feel dizzy after doing this kriya, drink water to come into balance.
Meditation From August 2009 Edition of Aquarian Times Magazine
Taught by Yogi Bhajan on July 21, 2001
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