Praan Naadi Shabad Guni Kriya

This meditation balances your breath and meridian points through the breath and sound. Bring your focus to yourself. Learn to be neutral and stop getting trapped in thought.

Posture:

Sitting on the floor or a chair with
the spine straight
  

Eyes:

Eyes are focused on the tip of the nose (Even with the eyes focused on the tip of the nose you will mentally pulse the mantra at the brow point) (Yes this is a lot, do your best)

Mudra:

Place right hand into the left hand-both
facing up at your solar plexus. Connect
thumb tips together with some pressure.
Hold while keeping your elbows relaxed.

Breath Pattern or Mantra:

Inhale in 6 segments while mentally chanting Sat Naam (6 times) Sat Naam, Sat Naam, Sat Naam, Sat Naam, Sat Naam, Sat Naam (Sat means truth, Naam means identity. This mantra connects you to your inner true authentic self)

Mantra:

Exhale as you whisper Wahe - Guru (this is two distinct sounds) Wahe means indescribable, Guru means Truth, inner teacher. Chanting this mantra connects you to your inner higher truth / inner authentic teacher)

To end:

Inhale and hold your breath as you focus all your attention to your brow point and then exhale powerfully through your mouth. Inhale and stretch your arms up and hold and exhale. Repeat this sequence three times total. Relax

Time:

3, 7, 11, 22 min. daily practice for full effect.

©madhurnain
Kundalini Yoga as Taught By Yogi Bhajan ® 
November 2, 1973


©madhurnain
Kundalini Yoga as Taught By Yogi Bhajan ® Aug. 1st 1996
 

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"Being awake to your own life is the beauty of being alive because you are aware, present and experiencing"

-Madhur-Nain