MEDITATION—Self-Hypnosis to Develop Intuition

(Transformations, Vol. 2, p. 25)

 

Posture:  Sit in a comfortable meditative posture.

 

Mantra:  Guru Guru Wahe Guru, Guru Ram Das Guru (Singh Kaur’s recording is played).

 

Meaning of Mantra:  ‘Wise, wise is the one who serves Infinity.’  This is a mantra of humility, relaxation, self-healing and emotional relief.  It calls on the spirit of humility and grace of the realm of Guru Ram Das, with its spiritual guiding light and protective grace.  It reconnects the experience of infinity to the finite and therefore rescues you in the midst of trial and danger.

 

Breath:  Breathe long and deep.  Longer the breath; longer the life.”  -- Yogi Bhajan

 

Focus:  The eyes are closed.  Focus on the back of the neck.  Look through the back of the neck.

 

Time: 11-22 minutes.

 

End:
Inhale deep.  Press the hands into the chest.  Press hard.  30 seconds.  Exhale.

Inhale deep.  Press the hands into the Navel.  Press hard.  30 seconds.  Exhale.

Inhale deep and fold the hands at the heart in Prayer Pose, and press the hands together—hard.  30 seconds.  Exhale and relax.

 

Comments:   

(From The Aquarian Teacher Level 1 Textbook, p. 84.)

 

The first part of the mantra, ‘Guru Guru Wahay Guru,’ is a nirgun mantra (nirgun means without any qualities)—one which vibrates only to infinity, having no actual finite components.  It projects the mind t the source of knowledge and ecstasy. 

 

The second part, ‘Guru Ram Das Guru,’ is a sirgun mantra (sirgun means with form).  It therefore projects the mind to infinity and then gives a finite guiding relationship on a practical level.

 

This mantra was given to Yogi Bhajan by Guru Ram Das in his astral Self.