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Published on Jan 12, 2018
Dear Sangat Ji,
Nature has gifted us with biological needs that could become cumbersome if not acknowledged, understood and accepted for what they are.
When these biological needs start to put pressure on our mind, we can either let them control our life, repress them until the fuses goes off or train ourselves to put them under control. When our thoughts get the upper hand over our biological needs, we are blessed with the experience of what it is to be a divine human.
In today’s time and Age where technology has so much and more and more effects on our environment and biological functions, there is even no choice. To survive as true human, that is divine human, control over our metabolism is a must.
This meditation given by Yogi Bhajan the 25th of September 1982 will support this process as without any specific training, the task would be arduous if not impossible to accomplish.
Posture: Sit in Easy Pose or Rock Pose
Mudra: Put the right arm straight out in front of you, 45° to 60° above the horizontal, with the fingers straight. Place the palm of the left hand, with the fingers straight, onto the right arm about midway between the shoulder and the elbow. Keep the left elbow up and the head straight forward, as though you are looking at something.
Mantra: Chant Har Har Har Har Har Har Har with the tip of the tongue, without moving the mouth, in a monotonous way.
The word Har call on the creative Infinity aspect of God.
To end the meditation, inhale deeply, raise the arms above your head and stretch them tight while holding the breath, when you can’t hold the breath anymore, exhale fully while keeping the arms up and stretched. Repeat 2 more times before releasing the arms on the exhale of the third time.