Join me in learning one of my favorite Kundalini meditations for transformation!
In this FWFG session, I go back to my roots and early days of traditional yoga by sharing a mantra practice that I find to be potent and useful from the Kundalini Yoga tradition. Mantras are powerful tools for clearing and restructuring, so before you knock it, try it. It’s fun to learn something new, plus, I am telling you – they work!
You do not need to have any experience with meditation or with Kundalini Yoga to practice this kryia. In this session I teach it from square one, nice and slow. Through regular practice you can eventually start this session after the tutorial to practice with me. Or you can set a timer on your own!
I integrate a lot of Kundalini into my practices, but today we pay respect to the Kundalini tradition by learning one of the most well known Kundalini Kriyas taught by the father of the practice, Yogi Bhjan to reorient the mind and open us up to the possibility of transformational change.
Practice this meditation when you needing to move things along, when you feel stuck in a toxic thought pattern, when you are noticing addictive behavior, or when seeking a little energy to do the things that have been on your manifestation wishlist for some time.
Commit to doing this regularly and no doubt, you will notice a shift.
The dance of the hand movements in this practice represent a full cycle, whether it be in a breath, a day, a life or in the journey of processing something meaningful or traumatic.
The importance of the mudras and sounds used in this practice are:
- SA with index finger, represents the infinite, birth, the beginning, the totality of everything that exists!
- TA with the middle finger, represents living life, the complexities, the “messy middle” and existence and creativity that manifests from the previous chapter.
- NA with the ring finger, is death, inevitable change and the transformation of consciousness.
- MA with the pinky finger, is rebirth, regeneration and resurrection which allows us to consciously accept and experience the joy of the infinite.
Yogi Bhajan once said that this is the most important foundation for students of meditation and that if you can do only one meditation, this is it.
Thank for always being willing to learn new things, keep an open mind, and continue trusting the process around and within Finding What Feels Good.
I hope you enjoy this session!
I’d like to thank my assistant, Benji, for bringing such a nice aura to set. 😉
Let us know how it goes for you in the comment section down below!
PS: Here is a link to one “SA TA NA MA” tune on Spotify
This practice is available on the Find What Feels Good membership and FWFG app. If you’re interested, you can try it free for 7 days.