To learn more about meditation join us February 16 & 17 for a weekend seminar with Gurucharan Singh Khalsa, PhD, author of the book “The 21 Stages of Meditations”.  Find out more by clicking here.

 

Sit in an Easy Pose.

 

Mudra: Raise the arms with the elbows bent until the hands meet at the level of the heart in front of the chest.  The forearms make a straight line parallel to the ground. Spread the fingers of both hands. Touch the fingertips and thumb tips of opposite hands together. Create enough pressure to join the first segments of each finger. The thumbs are stretched back and point toward the torso. The
fingers are bent slightly due to the pressure. The palms are separated.

 

Eyes: Fix your eyes at the tip of the nose.

 

Breath: Create the following breathing pattern: Inhale smoothly and deeply through the nose. Exhale through the rounded lips in 8 equal emphatic strokes. On each exhale, pull the Navel Point in sharply.

 

Time: Continue for 3 minutes. Build the practice slowly to 11 minutes. Practicing longer is only for the dedicated and serious student.

 

To End: Inhale deeply, hold for 10-30 seconds, and exhale. Inhale again and shake the hands. Relax.

 

To learn more about meditation join us February 16 & 17 for a weekend seminar with Gurucharan Singh Khalsa, PhD, author of the book “The 21 Stages of Meditations”.  Find out more by clicking here.