Meditation - Balance and Recharge the Nervous and Immune Systems

(Meditation as Medicine, Dr. Dharma Singh Khalsa, p. 251)


PART ONE 

  • Posture: Sit in easy pose or in a chair with your spine straight. Place the arms out straight, at 30 degrees from the sides, in a line with the thighs.

  • Focus: The eyes are closed and focused at the third eye point.

  • Breath: The breath will come automatically.

  • Mantra: This meditation is done without a mantra.

  • Mudra: Right hand: palm facing forward, keep index and middle finger still and straight, bending the ring and little fingers into the palm, held by your thumb. Your arm and the extended fingers remain straight and rigid, and do not move through the meditation. (Imagine you are shooting a derringer.) Left hand: keep your elbow straight with palm facing the floor. Move your left arm rapidly up and down, about 9 inches total.

  • Time: 11 minutes.

  • End: Inhale, solidify the body, and, keeping the attention at the third-eye point, tense every muscle to rebuild the body. Hold 30 seconds and exhale. Immediately inhale and hold 20 seconds. The last time, rapidly exhale, inhale and hold 5 seconds, exhale and relax.

PART TWO 

  • Posture: Sit in Easy Pose or in a chair with your spine straight.

  • Focus: The eyes are closed and focused at the third eye point.

  • Breath: Inhale through the nose and press the hands together so hard that the hands, arms and rib cage begin to shake. Hold 15 seconds and relax.

  • Mantra: This meditation is done without a mantra.

  • Mudra: Lock palm over palm, with right palm facing body, fingers overlapping the back of the opposite hand at the heart center.

  • Time: Repeat 3 times.

  • End: Inhale, hold your breath for 10 seconds without pressing the hands together, exhale and relax.

General Comments: This is a very precious meditation. It balances the three activating powers, the three nervous systems of the body; parasympathetic, sympathetic and voluntary. These are very important and must be in balance.


Do this meditation so you will never be in pain. It will slowly and steadily build very strong, steel-like stamina in you. You’ll think better, act better and be more intuitive. This exercise is for the spine, which controls the nervous system. It will balance every cell in your body.


Part One Comments: If you get cramps during this exercise, your calcium is off. You can take a calcium / magnesium supplement for one month. If you get tired, your magnesium is out of balance. You can take a calcium / magnesium supplement for one month. If the arms hurt, your potassium is out of balance. You can eat 2 bananas, which have high potassium. If your lower back hurts and you are a woman, menstruation is impaired. Eat more soy products, which contain isoflavones. If your lower back hurts and you are a man, you may be on the verge of urological problems. In this case, you should see a urologist. If your head hurts, it means the flow of blood to your head is obstructed and your nutrition is not right.


Part Two Comments: This exercise brings the navel area into balance and recharges all the pranic areas and the immune system of the body. It will put you into a deep meditative state, even if done for only a few minutes.

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