1. Sitalee Pranayam
Sitalee Pranayam | Curled Tongue Breath
Posture: Sit comfortably with a very straight spine, chin pulled slightly in, chest slightly out. Rest the palms on the knees.
Breath: Open the mouth slightly, and extend the tongue just outside the lips, curled into a “U.”
Inhale deeply through the rolled tongue. Exhale through your nose. Continue. Consciously breathe.
End: Inhale. Hold, pull the tongue in and relax.
Time: This meditation can be practiced for 3-5 minutes or longer. For Detoxification & Rejuvenation: Practice 26 times in the morning & 26 times in the evening.
Comments/Effects: This is a very cooling breath. It can aid when someone is very angry or upset. It also helps to cool down a fever. It can get rid of fear and is especially good for calming panic attacks. It brings strength and stamina. The tongue may taste bitter as you detoxify.
As the breath becomes very long, life will become very long.
Certain things come to people who do this kriya. All things they need on this earth are given to them by the planetary ether. In mystical terms it’s said, ‘Heavens shall serve thee.’
Recite from the navel point:
Har Haray Haree, Wahe Guru.
By the time you finish eleven times, it will all be over with. That’s how fast these sounds are. It is a spell that can cool the hell. Your navel, the pure center of energy, must move with every sound in a rhythmic combination.
Without functioning gray matter, a man and animal are the same, there’s no difference. Animals work by impulse, and man must work by intuition.
Meditation: You must meditate. The person who meditates is cleaning their mental problems. We release 1000 thoughts per wink of the eye, and the thoughts not processed will go into the subconscious and become haunting thoughts.
We have reached the Information Age: Today, with just a press of a button a person will have all the knowledge. People thought it was impossible, but it’s possible.
Something which was meant to be good for you is already showing you computer-itis and in technical terms, we call it “mental disorientation syndrome” because the mind cannot catch up with so much around us.
* Doing a lot of yoga will not make you a saint. But it will maintain you as a human.
You need strong nerves today.
1. Recognize that the other person is you.
2. There is a way through every block.
3. When the time is on you, start, and the pressure will be off.
4. Understand through compassion or you will misunderstand the times.
5. Vibrate the Cosmos, and the Cosmos shall clear the path.
FOCUS ON A HAUNTING THOUGHT
Think a haunting thought such as a fear, a paranoia, sense of loss, etc., that comes again and again in your life. Bring the haunted thought into a mental thought form.
Now cross-multiply your mental thought form. For example, take the thought, “Oh, I am betrayed.” Then mix it like this:
“I am Betrayed. Ang Sang Wahe Guru.”
The words “Ang Sang Wahe Guru” kill the haunting thoughts, if brought into a mental thought form. Do it three, four, five times and then see if it is haunting anymore.
This is called “Penetrating Therapy.” It changes the haunting thought that is after you by penetrating the subconscious and unconscious. In a few minutes you can feel the difference; with a little effort you can hit the target. You will feel comforted and won’t even remember what the problem was.
“Ang Sang Wahe Guru” is meant for destroying unconscious habits & thoughts and avoiding the consequences.
Note: Translation of “Ang Sang Wahe Guru”: God is within me. God is with me. God is over me. God is under me. God is all over, with every limb of mine.
Chattar Chakkar Varatee,
Chattar Chakkar Bhugatay.
Suyan-bhav Subhang Sarab-daa Sarab Jugatay.
Dukaalang Pranaasee, Dayaalang Saroopay.
Sadaa Ang Sangay, Abhangang Bibhootay.
Thou art pervading in all the four quarters of the universe,
Thou are the Enjoyer in all the four quarters of the universe.
Thou art Self-Illumined and united with all.
Destroyer of bad times, embodiment of mercy.
Thou art ever within us.
Thou art the everlasting Giver of Undestroyable Power.
Use the mantra that cleans and balances the subconscious in the following way:
Saa – Press the Index finger pads to the thumbs.
Taa – Press the middle finger pads to the thumbs.
Naa – Press the ring finger pads to the thumbs.
Maa – Press the pinkie finger pads to the thumbs.
“Long breath means long life.”
Breathing through the left nostril activates our moon energy, and can make you calm and peaceful. Use it when you are nervous, about to sleep, and want to bring about a feeling of deep inner peace. Use it to calm your mind.
Block the right nostril with the right thumb. Breathe in long and deep through the left nostril. Hold a few seconds. Then reverse: breathe out long and deep through the left nostril. Start with 3 minutes and build up.
Recite the following mantra on the inhale:
Sa, Ta, Na, Ma
On the exhale, mentally recite:
Time: Practice 11 minutes, for 40 days.
Comments: This breath is used to heal one’s self and to break depression.
⦁ Moods make us burst out with words that shake the trust of even very loyal friends. Speak not in anger. Try this: press your tongue against the upper palate very firmly and begin long, deep breathing through the nose. Slowing the breath to 5-7 times a minute for 3 minutes alters the mind’s frequency, calms emotions, and your tongue will be occupied so you can’t speak.
⦁ Hydrate: We get upset when we are dehydrated. Take some water, say a prayer over it, and drink it. We can’t stay mad if our water level is ok.
⦁ Chew on a carrot or celery stick. It’ll occupy and channel a lot of the inside disruption. One man used to fight with his wife all the time. He started chewing on celery instead, and their relationship totally improved. It’s also good for the nerves and blood sugar.