Kundalini Meditation and Kriya for Change and Setting Boundaries

1. Tune In

Start by tuning in with the Adi Mantra. Sit in a comfortable position, straighten your spine, close your eyes, and chant three times:

Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo

This mantra is used to connect to the divine teacher within.

2. Warm-Up

Engage in some warm-up exercises to prepare your body. This can include gentle neck rolls, shoulder shrugs, spinal flexes, and any other movements that release tension in your body.

3. Kriya for Boundary Setting and Embracing Change

  • Ego Eradicator: Sit in Easy Pose with your arms raised at a 60-degree angle, fingers curled into the pads of your hands, thumbs pointing up. Breathe in and out rapidly through your nose (Breath of Fire) for 1 to 3 minutes. This helps to open the lungs, clean the blood, and strengthen the electromagnetic field.
  • Sat Kriya: Sit on your heels with your arms extended overhead, palms touching, and chant “Sat Nam” (meaning “Truth is my identity”) for 3 to 5 minutes. This kriya strengthens the entire sexual system and stimulates its natural flow of energy, aiding in the release of fears and insecurities.
  • Leg Stretches: Sit with your legs extended straight out. Inhale as you reach forward to grab your toes, exhale as you relax back. Continue for 3 to 5 minutes. This stretches the leg muscles and helps release tension, facilitating a change in physical and energetic boundaries.

4. Meditation for Self-Care and Boundary Setting

  • Meditation with a Mantra: Sit in Easy Pose. Use the mantra “Bountiful, Blissful, Beautiful” to instill a sense of self-care and worthiness. Chant for 11 to 31 minutes. Each time you say the mantra, imagine setting a boundary that honors your needs and well-being.
  • Visualization: Visualize a white light surrounding you, forming a protective shield that only allows positive energy in and keeps draining or negative energy out. This visualization reinforces your energetic boundaries.

5. Closing

End the session by singing the “Long Time Sun” song followed by chanting “Sat Nam” three times to close the practice. Sit quietly for a few moments to internalize the effects of the kriya and meditation, feeling empowered to maintain healthy boundaries.

6. Integration

After completing the kriya and meditation, take a few moments to journal or reflect on your experience. Consider how the practice of setting boundaries can be integrated into your daily life.

Remember to approach Kundalini yoga with respect and awareness, especially if you are new to it. It’s powerful and can bring about significant changes in your physical and energetic body. If possible, seek guidance from a certified Kundalini yoga instructor to ensure you are practicing safely and effectively.

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