Third Mehl ( 1694/646 )
“Those whom the Primal Lord unites, remain in Union with Him; they focus their consciousness on the True Guru.
Those whom the Lord Himself separates, remain separated; in the love of duality, they are ruined.
O Nanak, without good karma, what can anyone obtain? He earns what he is pre-destined to receive.”
~ Guru Amar Das Ji
The following meditation was originally published in The Master’s Touch. (Class 20 – August 1, 1996)
This meditation is for the arcline and to clear the karma that has been stocked up in it.
Mudra: Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine. Relax the elbows down by the sides, and bring the forearms straight out in front of your body, palms flat and facing up. Have the palms slightly cupped, and place them a few inches above the knees.
Movement: Bring arms up, back behind head, stretching hands and arms as far back over shoulders as you can. Imagine you are scooping water, and throwing it through your arcline, over your shoulders, with a flick of the wrists. The movement is slow and smooth, and gracefully flows along with the lyrics and rhythm of the music.
On each “Wa-hay Guroo,” as well as on the “Wa-hay Jeeo,” do one complete round – scooping up, throwing over your shoulders, and come back to the starting position. Approximately 2 seconds per “scoop.”
Time: 31 minutes.
End: Inhale, and stretch your hands back as far as possible, hands right behind your head. Posture for the inhale must be correct.
Hold: 10-15 seconds. Exhale. Repeat 3 times total. Relax.
Comments/Effects: This meditation is for the arcline and to clear the karma that has been stocked up in it. You’ll experience what Wahe Guru actually means. It’s just a hand of prayer. Remember, the power of Infinity is not outside of you – it is inside of you. When “I” and Infinity create impact, you’ll become totally divine. Otherwise there’s a duality which keeps you away from reality, and the pain is humongous.
Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan
This book contains the lectures and meditations the Siri Singh Sahib, Yogi Bhajan taught during his Master’s Touch courses in July 1996, in Espanola, New Mexico and in April 1997, in Assisi, Italy. They are presented here as a resource for all people on a spiritual path looking to open new doors, to stretch or challenge themselves. Yogi Bhajan explains in Master’s Touch lectures the importance of spiritual discipline in facing the challenges of life. And most of all, he sets a blueprint of what it means to be a true and sacred spiritual teacher for this New Age, the Age of Aquarius.