Start with the above video for instructions, practice daily with the meditation video below.
The sublime you. What a word. How different would your day be if you came from the place of:
The meditation this month, The Creative Meditation of the Sublime Self, is tapping into that. Your “you-ness” so that you can take advantage of opportunities that present themselves, know what to do, use your intuition! Getting into the flow of your potential.
Have you ever had that feeling? Losing track of time, being so engrossed in something that it feels timeless and effortless? As a tennis player I can remember being in the zone, where I felt unstoppable, like I could do no wrong and as an actress too. Coming onto the stage and wham, just being so in that world, that afterward you don’t even really know what happened. You weren’t on the outside checking in with yourself, how’s it going? You were just totally in it.
We want the ability to put ourselves in the zone, to have more of these moments of creating, being fully present and in it, experiencing the flow.
So why do we come out of the zone or flow? Well, for me it is the monkey mind. The worry that starts to question instead of trust and doubt instead of have faith. That is the muscle we have to build and strengthen. Then we can redirect that worry and doubt to faith and trust with action. This meditation will help build that muscle.
It is a two-part meditation.
First tune in with Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo,
sitting with a tall straight spine.
Then move the hands, alternating hands, from the heart center to 45 degrees toward the floor. Move your hands alternating, as fast as you can without touching your chest or hitting your hands. You should break a sweat here, go fast!!
Then bring your hands together with pinkies touching.
Then place this open flower-like position, in front of your heart center with your eyes gazing at where your pinkies are touching.
Inhale through the nose and, as we exhale, we will repeat HARIANG eight times. You can follow along with me. Inhale through the nose and exhale saying HARIANG 8 times. If you can try to roll the r so that it is touching the pressure point behind your front teeth. Do your best with this.
Enjoy and keep it up for at least 40 days and 90 for this one if you can! Let me know how it goes!!!
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Courtney Gebhart, Life Coach, Kundalini Yoga teacher, and Human Being.