The Secret 9 Minute Kriyas of Kundalini Yoga
These following exercises are 5000 years old and the results of human experiments by the ancient yogis, sages and healers. These profound kriyas have effects which no herb, no healing, nothing can equal. They are the very secret exercises of Kundalini Yoga.
These very special, powerful kriyas take only 9 minutes with 2 minutes relaxation time. These meditations can change anybody’s life! The busy person, who has little spare time, need only invest nine minutes a day to become young, fresh and new. In nine minutes you can renew the chakras, bring the elements into balance, control your breath, organise yourself and be smart. These are gifts to the coming generations so they can enjoy their lives. Please learn these exercises and teach them freely." YB
Meditation For Building Physical Health and Mental Clarity
Open your meditatiive Space. Before you begin your practice we recommend that you open your meditative space by chanting the Adi Mantra, Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo, 3 times. This mantra means "I bow down to the Divine Teacher within".
1. Posture & Mudra: Sit in easy pose with your elbows bent, the upper arms near the ribs, and the forearms pointing upward. The thumbs touch the mound under the Mercury fingers, while the fingers point straight upward with no space between them. Keep your spine straight with the chin in and the chest out. Stretch back your shoulder blades so that they almost touch. Look at the tip of your nose and do breath of fire. Make sure that your breath is strong and that you pump your navel. 3 Minutes.
To finish: Inhale, hold the breath 10 Seconds, tighten all your muscles to circulate the energy you have created, and exhale the breath through your mouth like cannon fire. Inhale, repeat this sequence one more time. Finally, inhale, hold the breath 10 seconds, tighten all your muscles and exhale the breath slowly with a whistle. When the whistle ends, relax the posture.
Yogic scriptures say that five hundred diseases will not come near a person who moves his navel point, because the navel point totally controls the Vayus, the pranic airs that circulate through the body. Through the practice of this exercise, men can avoid impotency, women can avoid menopause problems, and the young can remain young.
2. Posture and Mudra: Sit in easy pose with your elbows bent, the upper arms near the ribs, the forearms pointing upward and the palms of the hands facing forward. Twist the hands back and forth on the wrists with the thumbs leading the movement. The total power of the movement of this exercise comes from the thumbs. The thumbs are solid and the fingers firm as you move the hands with a heavy jerk forward and back. Make the thumbs move the hands. Move hard and fast. Look at the tip of your nose. Breathe as slowly and deeply as possible. 3 Minutes.
If this movement is painful you could be deficient in proper minerals.
To finish: Inhale, hold the breath 10-15 seconds, twist the hands back and forth as fast as you can and tighten all the muscles of the body. Exhale. Repeat this sequence two more times and relax.
3. Posture and Mudra: The elbows are bent with the forearms parallel to the ground, palms facing down. There is no space between the fingers of each hand and the thumb is pressed against the side of the hand. The hands are near the center of the chest, with the fingertips of one hand pointing at the fingertips of the other. The eyes are on the tip of the nose. Swinging from the elbow, the forearms move out to the front and back to the center. The forearms do not swing all the way out to the side, they stop when they point straight forward. The force of the movement is from the outside position inward. Pull the arms in heavily like a hammer blow with full speed and strength. The mouth is “o” shaped with breath of fire through the mouth. 3 Minutes. This exercise is for the heart center.
To finish: Inhale, hold the breath 15 seconds, repeat the movement of the exercise as fast as you can and shake energy into every cell. Exhale. Repeat this sequence two more times and relax.
Rest deeply Lie on your back and rest deeply for at least 2-3 minutes. Let you body have time to integrate the practice.
Close your meditative space. Chant the mantra Sat Nam. It means "Truth is my essence".
These 9 minute meditations are an amazing resource for these challenging times.
Many people find that they are too busy to fit in an entire yoga class or to sit for an hour and meditate. These practices will provided your entire system with the support that it needs. Just committing to 9 minutes a day will make a difference. These teachings are part of the reason Kundalini Yoga is known as the householders yoga. We can't all leave our day jobs and run away and hide in the hills for 40 days. Some of us are raising families, supporting ourselves and others and whilst trying to live a conscious life. These short, yet highly potent and effective meditations allow you to maintain a consistant practice that will support you in everything you choose to do.
We need your special unique light in the places where you are currently serving.
This is a practice that will keep that light shining brightly.