Sat Nam! It has been a busy summer with completing my spiritual memoir, Came to Believe, a Journey of Trust, Faith and Perseverance and taking Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training (KYTT) at The Awareness Center. Both of which are wrapping up in the next few months. I graduate from KYTT in October, and my memoir will come out on Amazon also in October! You can get on the waitlist here--> www.cametobelievebook.com. Even though things have been crazy, miraculous and beautifully busy, I wanted to take the time to share with you three Kundalini Yoga meditations that have been creating huge shifts since I started my journey in training back in February 2017.
I want first to explain the significance of the amount of time and how many days in a row one should do the meditations to achieve results. As a requirement for KYTT, we get to complete one 40 day, 31-minute mediation. Because I had so much time to make up for missing a teacher training weekend while I helped at The Spirit Junkie Masterclass in June, I did two 40 day, 31-mimute meditations. Yogi Bhajan felt it took 40 days to change a habit, and 31 minutes to affect all the cells and rhythms of the body and all layers of the mind’s projection. (from www.3ho.org.) I know that is a huge commitment! I get it. It was really hard for me to follow through. You can start with smaller times like 3 or 11 minutes. When I start KYTT Level 2 Conscious Communication in October, we get to do a 90 day, 31-minute meditation. Here is the break down that I found on www.3ho.org.
3 minutes: Affects circulation (blood) and electromagnetic field. 11 minutes: Changes glandular system and nerves. 22 minutes: Balances and coordinates the three minds. 31 minutes: Affects all the cells and rhythms of the body and all layers of the mind’s projection. 62 minutes: Changes the gray matter of the brain. Integrates the subconscious “shadow mind” and the outer projection. 2 ½ hours: Holds the new pattern in the subconscious mind by the surrounding universal mind.
Meditation Cycles of Transformation
40 days: Change a habit. 90 days: Confirm the habit. 120 days: You are the new habit. 1,000 days: Mastery of the new habit.
In April 2017 I practiced the Ra Ma Da Sa, Sa Say So Hung meditation for 40 days and 31-minutes. This Mantra is the mantra for deep healing as it calls on the energies of the sun, moon, earth. When this mantra is chanted, it can heal the energy of friends, family and ourselves. In this meditation, you want to sit in easy pose with your elbows bent down to the side and tucked against the ribs. Your hands are flat and facing up ready to receive this healing. You pull your navel point in powerfully at the first Sa and on Hung. As the mantra finishes hold in your breath as you offer the healing. In your third eye envision the person you wish to heal in beautiful health and bright radiance. I use Snatam Kaur's version of Ra Ma Da from her The Essential Snatam Kaur: Sacred Chants for Healing. You can find it here.
So after reading this blog about Kundalini Meditations what meditation will you start? Please feel free to comment below! Let's support each other. Again, if you want to get on the waitlist for Came to Believe, click here. I am so excited for my soul project to get into your hands!!