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Meditation - Oneness of Heart (9-11-2001)

(Meditations for the New Millennium, # NM 0416)

Posture: Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine.

Focus: Eyes are closed.

Breath: Will come naturally.



Meaning of Mantra:

RA = sun energy MA = moon energy DA = earth energy SA = infinity, universal energy SA = repeat in second half of mantra SAY = the personal embodiment of Sa SO = the personal sense of merger with Sa HUNG = Infinite, vibrating and real.

The mantra literally means, “I am Thou.” It is also used to mean, “The service of God is within me.”

Mudra: Fold your hands in front of the heart (prayer mudra).

Time: 11 minutes singing with a full voice, then for 5 minutes in a whisper and then for 1 minute in silence.

End: Inhale deeply, hold and give this breath to those who need it. Exhale and relax.

Comment: Yogi Bhajan taught this meditation on September 11, 2001. On that day he said, in part, “This whole thing has hurt every American. Whether we like it or not, there shall be a reaction. Don’t become victim to that reaction. It has to happen. World shall act insane. There’s no sanity in what has happened. Nobody among you could believe that this would happen. Still it has happened. Unknowingly, people are attacked personally, collectively and nationally for no reason. We should send the healing energy to those who are still in pain. We should show our oneness of heart.”


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