The Kriya will clear your language. Even if you mumble words, if you practice this for a long time, you will be clearly heard by another person. It is called Gupt Gian Shakti, the secret power of the knowledge. If you perfect this, you need not speak. You can just send a mental thought, and the other person will totally know about it.
Instructions on how to practice the Aad Naad Kriya:
Posture: Sit in easy pose with a straight spine in Easy Pose. Relax the arms down with the elbows bent. The forearms are pulled up and in toward the chest until the hands are positioned in front of the chest between the solar plexus and the heart. Sit with the legs crossed or in a chair with the weight of both feet equally distributed.
Mudra: Interlock the fingers with the right index finger on top of the left index finger. The heels of the hands are joined and the thumbs are together and stretched back so that they point straight up.
Breath: Deeply inhale. Completely exhale as the mantra is chanted. Chant the entire mantra as only one breath is completely exhaled.
Mantra: Chant the following mantra as the breath is completely exhaled
Ra Ra Ra Ra
Ma Ma Ma Ma
Sa Sa Sa Sat
Hari Har Hari Har
Ra – Sun Energy, Positive, Generating Force
Ma – Moon Energy, Receptive Force
Sa – Impersonal Infinity
Sat – Truth
Hari / Har – Creative Infinity
Time: Continue for 11 minutes
To End: end the kriya with a deep inhale, suspend the breath at least 15 seconds or as long as you feel comfortable. Exhale through the mouth. Repeat 3 times. When practicing this meditation at home, you can extend the time to 31 or 62 minutes, or longer. When finished sit quietly or lie down on your back. Listen to and surrender to the silence within. It may speak to you, now or later. Make yourself available with no expectations.
COMMENTS: This Nad or sound technique of codes existed with a very powerful sect of yogis, called Al Panthis. Very few still exist today. RA means Sun. MA refers to the Mother. SA and SAT invoke the Truth and pure knowledge. HARI HAR pulls the Truth into the physical dimension. The complete mantra elevates our frequency so we are energetically capable of embodying the Truth and our mind is available to receive it.
Originally taught by Yogi Bhajan – April 23, 1978.
Resources: I have made a library of yoga exercises for you, you can click on the link and try some of the Kundalini meditations and kriyas below.
Do you want to learn about Yogic words in Sanskrit? I have made a glossary of 108 Yogic terms here that you can take a look at.
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