(Kundalini Yoga Manual edited by Rama Kirn Singh, p. 26)
Posture: Sit in Easy Pose with a straight spine.
Focus: Eyelids closed, focus at the third-eye point.
Breath: Breath will come naturally.
Mantra: WHA HAY GU RU. Chant slowly and rhythmically, breaking the mantra up into four syllables.
Mudra: Hands in Gyan Mudra. Raise the arms, upper arms parallel to the floor, forearms perpendicular to the floor, as if you were being held up.
Time: Continue for 11 to 31 minutes.
Comments: In every question (GU) there is an answer (RU). WHA is that infinite that encompasses both. It is through practicing meditations such as this one that you will gain the experience and capacity to go into deep meditative consciousness. Use this experience and time to fully explore the infinity at the center of neutrality.
“The moment you want to live in stagnation, you stink.
If you want to live for something, live for infinity.
The infinite is an unknown totality, while the known is individuality.
Achieving neutrality will lead you through the times.”
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