Kirtan Kriya (Meditation)
Breathing Technique: 30 minutes
Sa - infinity
Ta - life
Na – death
Ma – birth
The elbows are straight while chanting, and each finger touches in turn, the tip of the thumb with a firm but gentle pressure.
Sa - the index finger touches the thumb
Ta - the middle finger touches the thumb
Na – the ring finger touches the thumb
Ma – the pinkie finger touches the thumb
Then begin again with the Index finger
You meditation on the primal sounds in the “L” form. This means that when you meditate you feel there is a constant inflow of cosmic energy into your solar center, or Tenth Gate (the Crown Chakra). As the energy enters the top of the head, you place Sa, Ta, Na, Ma there. As you chant Sa, for example, the “S” starts at the top of your head and the “A” moves down and out through the Brow Point, projected to Infinity.
We chant the mantra in the three languages of consciousness:
Aloud: The voice of the human (awareness of the things of the world)
Whisper: The voice of the lover (experiencing the longing to belong)
Silent: The voice of the divine (meditate on Infinity or mentally vibrate)
Follow this song by Tera Naam for guidance. There will be flute sound that will signal it is time to move to the next voice.
If 30 minutes is too much for you, you can start at 6 minutes, then 12, then 18, then 31. Follow the link and you will see other time options.
Practicing this chant brings a total mental balance to the individual psyche. As you vibrate on each fingertip, you alternate your electrical polarities. The index and ring fingers are electrically negative, relative to the other fingers. This causes a balance in the electro-magnetic projection of the aura.
If during the silent part of the meditation your mind wanders uncontrollably, go back to a whisper, to a loud voice, to a whisper, and back to silence. Do this as often as necessary to stay alert.