MEDITATION — AJAI ALAI — PRAYER OF SURRENDER
Posture: Sit in easy pose or in a chair with a straight spine with a light neck lock (Jalandhar Bandh).
Focus: The eyes are closed.
Ajai Alai Unconquerable, Deathless
Abhai Abai Fearless, Sinless
Abhoo Ajoo Birthless, Free from the Cycle of Birth and Death
Anaas Akaas Indestructible, Omnipresent
Agunj Abunj Unbreakable, Indestructible
Aluck Abhuck Incomprehensible, In need of no sustenance
Akaal Dayaal Immortal, Merciful
Alake Abhake Countless, Garbless
Anaam Akaam Nameless, Desireless
Agaahaa Adhaahaa Bottomless, Endless
Anaatay Paramaatay Masterless, Supreme
Ajonee Amonee Without birth or death, the Speaker in all Beings
Naraagay Narangay Without attachment, Without color
Naroopay Naraykay Without form, Without destiny
Akaramang Abharamang Without deed, Without superstition
Aganjah Alaykhay Imperishable, Indeterminable.
Mudra: Place the hands, palms up, in front of the diaphragm with the left wrist underneath the right wrist.
Time: Continue for 62 minutes.
End: Inhale very deeply, exhale. Inhale again very deeply, expand your shoulders as well as your chest. Exhale. Inhale deeply again, expanding your body and relax.
Comments: Ajai Alai (Ik Acharee Chand) is a uni-mantra, i.e., one that mega-multiplies. Chant exactly as you would if being recorded. If you don’t have a CD with the music, chant the words rhythmically.
Yogi Bhajan taught this meditation on October 4, 2001. He said, “There are certain principles of life which have to be learned. To have the strength to live those principles, try this kriya.”