Gyan Chakra meditation
Gyan Chakra Kriya attracts abundance and prosperity, as it opens our heart. Specifically, the arm movements stimulate the radiance of our halo, expand the brilliant protection of our aura, as well as strengthen our nervous system. This kriya also adjusts our life force so that we can move through any intense situation with grace and creativity. And abundance is drawn in like a magnet.
Kundalini Yoga teacher, KYTA member Izza
Sit in Easy Pose with the spine straight, chest out, chin in.
Mudra: Hands are in Gyan Mudra, remaining three fingers extended.
Movement: The hands move in alternating circles. The mudra circles from heart-level below, rising up in front of the face, palm facing out, continuing above the head and then swinging out and back to the side. The circle is smooth, evenly-paced, and in time with the mantra. Depending upon the person, the mudra, wrist, or outer forearm can be the part passing in front of the face. That part then extends up and back to move over the crown of the head.
- Mantra: Sing or play Satnam Satnam Waheguru Waheguru (by Jagjit Singh). Chant along with the music. Sing from the navel point, clear and strong.
- LAST SECONDS: Move the arms as fast as possible for the last 10 seconds.
- TO END: Inhale and stretch the arms straight over the head. Hold the breath for 10 seconds, stretching your spine all the way, stretch more. Exhale. Inhale again, stretch the arms straightly the side of the ears. Hold the breath for 15 seconds, inhale once more, all the way up. Turn and twist the body left and right seven time. Exhale and relax.
- TIME: 11 minutes a day, it can be done twice a day, in the morning and evening.