MEDITATION — KRIYA TO MAGNIFY THE RADIANT BODY
(Yoga for Prosperity, Siri Kirpal Kaur Khalsa,p. 76.)
Posture: Sit in easy pose or in a chair with a straight spine with a light neck lock (Jalandhar Bandh).
Focus: The eyes are looking up into the third eye point.
Mantra: Aad Such. True in the beginning.
Jugaad Such. True throughout the ages.
Haibee Such. True at this moment.
Nanak Hosee Bhee Such. Nanak says this Truth shall ever be.
Chant the mantra as above, pulling the navel powerfully on each “Such” so that the navel connects with the spine.
(These are the last four lines of the Mool (or, “Mul”) Mantra. The Mool Mantra is a mantra of truth, used to raise the Kundalini.)
Mudra: Spread the fingers of the left hand as wide as possible and place the hand on the heart center with the thumb pointing up. Make a fist of the right hand with the index finger extended and pointing up. Place the right arm by the side with the tip of the index finger at eye level and the palm facing forward.
Time: Time is open. Yogi Bhajan taught it in class for 8 minutes. He states that different people might need different durations. 11 minutes works well in most situations.
End: Inhale, hold briefly, exhale and relax.
Comments: This is a meditation for the Radiant Body. The practice of this meditation empowers us to be healthy, happy, creative and prosperous. If the fingers of the left hand are spread as wide as possible and the navel is pulled powerfully, then it also enhances intuition.
When Yogi Bhajan taught this meditation, he told a story of a man who came to him in a state of physical collapse. The doctors gave the man three months to live. Yogi Bhajan had the man practice this meditation for 40 days and the man also made some changes to his diet. At the end of that time, the man was in excellent health. (There had been no relapse, either!)
This meditation is not recommended for pregnant women.