Kundalini Yoga Meditation for Healing & Psychic Powers
Yoga Meditation to Develop Your Psychic Powers
Kundalini Yoga Meditation for Healing
Lord Jesus Christ is loved dearly by those of us who practice Yoga and understand the power of love, forgiveness and sacrifice. According to ancient Yogic scriptures, Jesus traveled extensively through Tibet and India during what is commonly called the Lost Years of Jesus (between the ages of 13 and 30), studying and teaching the Truth during this time. According to such yoga lore, the following meditation was one that Jesus learned and mastered, which further enhanced his great power to heal and cure others.
This meditation is called Doei Ashtapad Jap, and it is best known for bestowing the power to heal and for helping you develop your psychic abilities. It is the ninth meditation of the Free Online Guided Meditation Techniques E-Book.
Design of Doei Ashtapad Jap – The Healing Meditation:
Doei Ashtapad Jap combines several key aspects of Kundalini Yoga to help you develop your psychic powers, ability to be a healer and bestow it’s other numerous benefits. Below is a list of these components to give you an understanding behind how this meditation works.
- Uses Yoga Pranayama (breath control) to help purify the psychic channels and calm the mind.
- Uses Mantra Meditation (Mantra Jap) to tune your energy centers, clear energetic blockages and bring forth your full capacity. The 2 mantras used are SA TA NA MA, which means, existence, life, death and rebirth and WAHAY GURU, which means ecstasy beyond words.
- Uses yoga numerology, specifically the count of 16, which is related to the Third Eye Chakra (Ajna Chakra) to help open and balance this important energy vortex.
- Uses Shambhavi Mudra (eye position described below), to further stimulate the Third Eye Chakra, which is the seat of your intuition and wisdom, and awakening which, often bestows or enhances your inherent psychic powers.
Benefits of Doei Ashtapad Jap – The Healing Meditation:
- Ability to heal and cure others.
- Open the Third Eye Chakra and develop your psychic powers.
- Master the mind and develop concentration.
- Helps you develop control over your respiratory system.
- Calms the entire system to help combat stress and anxiety.
Guided Doei Ashtapad Jap – The Healing Meditation:
Follow the step by step guided meditation below to practice this technique.
- Sit in a comfortable cross legged position. You may also sit on a chair to practice this meditation.
- Set your alarm or other time device to the appropriate duration. You can start with 1 minute and build up from there to 3, 11, 31 and then 62 minutes / day.
- Elongate your spine upwards, lengthen your neck and subtly bring your chin back and in, like a soldier at attention. This will align the spine with the back of your head.
- Place your hands in Gyan Mudra (Gesture of Knowledge). Which is thumb and index finger lightly meeting, wrists resting gently on the knees and palms facing upward. The other 3 fingers are extended.
- Take 5 deep, slow breaths though the nose. This will oxygenate your blood and relax you.
- Close your eyes and then turn them upwards such that you are looking through the center of your forehead. This is called Shambhavi Mudra and will help stimulate and help open the all important Third Eye Chakra. Make sure you are not straining your eyes excessively as you focus on your brow.
- Now inhale slowly while mentally repeating the following mantra 16 times: SA TA NA MA. So you should mentally say the complete mantra 16 times while doing a long slow light inhalation.
- Once the inhalation is complete, repeat the mantra Wahay Guru 16 times while exhaling slowly.
- Continue for the duration of the meditation.
- At the end of the meditation, try to remain with the all inclusive awareness and the sense that all is included in you.
Doei Ashtapad Jap – The Healing Meditation Tips:
- Try to keep the inhalation and exhalation portions of the cycle even.
- You can break up the count of 16 into 2 parts of 8 to help you keep track of how many mantra repetitions you have completed. You can use the folds (and tip) of the index finger to count up and down in sets of 4 as well.
- Another powerful technique for opening the Third Eye Chakra is described in the article: Opening Third Eye Chakra Psychic Powers.
- If you are interested in learning more about Kundalini Yoga you may wish to participate in the Free Online Yoga & Meditation Classes that are available on Mastery of Meditation.
Dear Brother Anmol,
Thank you for your encyclopedia of knowledge.
I have studied and practiced yoga for several years and am also a practicing Jew. I have a very spiritual connection with the Hebrew language and with certain supplications (and yes even meditations in Kabbala) and wonder if I retain the number of syllables of some of the mantras and meditations with corresponding Hebrew words than could that not be even deeper connection for myself individually?
the ultimate aim of yoga is self realization, where one realizes the self as eternal with no bindings of birth and death.the realized state of self is inherent with all supernatural powers revealed by lord KRISHNA and LORD JESUS. it is mere logic to understand that these attributes are not related to the body as the same is perishable.however we may witness certain miracles from those who practice to achieve such things.but this carries no relevance other than a magician’s stage performance.so our aim should be to attain self realization. eternal life only can provide eternal bliss.eternal bliss is possible only when all our desires are fulfilled unconditionally.KINDLY NOTE THAT IT IS NOT IN THIS PLANE WHERE WE PASS THROUGH THE THREE STATES OF WAKEFULNESS, DREAM AND SLEEP. attain the state of samaadhi through meditation is one of several ways to aware our real state of eternity vested with eternal bliss.
the process of pulling back the mind from external activities is called pratyahara(introspection) and resting the mind on any mantra, form or any such is called dharana(concentration) and the duration at which we can keep concentrated is called dhyana(meditation).therefore sitting at a place keeping the eyes closed need not necessarily be meditation.meditation is possible only with concentration of mind and that is possible through annihilation of desires with proper discrimination of real and unreal in the universe.practice however makes everything possible.
the real meditation elates one to the state of samaadhi where the subject who meditates and the object of meditation becomes ONE and the meditation stops.we get the awareness of self with all its attributes. we aware our state before embodiment, after leaving the body, present existence and reasons for cycle of birth and death.let us try to realize the SELF, the purpose of our life.LORD JESUS and LORD KRISHNA are not normal humans .they are symbolic representations of DIVINITY.every comforts and power available in this universe will have no comparison to the SELF.
yoga sadhana and meditation are the part of indian culture for many thousands years. even before jesus was born. the greatest yoga Guru is lord Shiva,,,,,. the roots of all knowledge is Hindustan.the mother of all language is sanskrit and the mother of all martal art is kalaripatu….. the greatest phylosophy is told in Bhagvat Geeta which itself is 5000 years old told by Lord Krishna…. do we need any other lord to certify of approve our cultural heritage?
yoga sadhana and meditation are the part of indian culture for many thousands years. even before jesus was born. the greatest meditation Guru is lord Shiva,,,,,. the roots of all knowledge is Hindustan…… the Bhagvat Geeta itself is 5000 years old told by Lord Krishna…. do we need any other lord to certify of approve our cultural heritage?
just out of curiosity, in what language does SA TA NA MA mean existence, life, death, and rebirth? and where could I find it in the original characters of said written language?