Kundalini Yoga Meditation to break from addictions
Updated: Aug 27, 2020
" It is not life that matters, it is the courage you bring to it " - Yogi Bhajan
Posture: Sit in an Easy Pose, with a light Jalandhar Bandha. Straighten the spine and make sure the 1st six lower vertebrae are locked forward.
Mudra: Make fists of both hands and extend the thumbs straight. Place the thumbs on the temples and find the niche where the thumbs just fit. This is the lower anterior portion of the frontal bone above the temporal-sphenoidal suture.
Lock the back molars together and keep the lips closed. Keeping the teeth pressed together throughout, alternately squeeze the molars tightly and then release the pressure. A muscle will move in rhythm under the thumbs. Feel it massage the thumbs and apply a firm pressure with the hands.
Eyes: Keep the eyes closed and focus at the Brow Point.
Mantra: Silently vibrate the five primal sounds—the Panj Shabd: Sa Ta Na Ma—focus at the brow.
Time: Continue for 5- 31m.
The pressure exerted by the thumbs in this meditation triggers a rhythmic reflex current into the central brain. This current activates the brain area directly underneath the stem of the pineal gland. It is an imbalance in this area that makes mental and physical addictions seemingly unbreakable.
HOW THIS MEDITATION WORKS FOR YOU
Human habit patterns are set or broken in 40 day cycles. More deeply ingrained patterns may take longer to correct. Once the pineal gland has started secreting, it will give you radiance. It will free you from old patterns.
In modern culture, this imbalance is pandemic. If we are not addicted to smoking, eating, drinking, or drugs, then we are addicted subconsciously to acceptance, advancement, rejection, emotional love, etc.
All of these lead us to insecure and neurotic behavior patterns. Imbalance in this pineal area upsets the radiance of the pineal gland itself. It is this pulsating radiance that regulates the pituitary gland. Since the pituitary regulates the rest of the glandular system, the entire body and mind go out of balance.
This meditation corrects the problem. It is excellent for everyone but particularly effective for rehabilitation efforts in drug dependence, mental illness, and phobic conditions. With practice the time of this meditation can be increased from 5-7 minutes to 20 minutes and ultimately to 31 minutes.
This meditation is one of a class of meditations that will become well known to the future medical society. Meditation will be used to alleviate all kinds of mental and physical afflictions. But it may be as many as 500 years, however, before the new medical science will understand the effects of this kind of meditation well enough to delineate and measure all its parameters.