This technique should be performed at the beginning and at the end of each meditation session.
Place the left hand in front of your lower abdomen, palm facing the body. Raise the left hand up vertically, until it reaches a position above your head. While the left hand is ascending, the right hand rotates around it clockwise, until both hands are above the head. Use both hands to tie a knot. Repeat three times and the third time tie the knot three times, fixing your attention and the Kundalini energy above the seventh chakra.
This technique should be performed at the beginning and at the end of each meditation session after raising Kundalini.
Hold the left hand out on your lap, palm upwards. Place your right hand over your left hip and slowly raise your right hand over your head and down the right side of your body. Then raise the right hand up the right side, over your head and down the left side.
This is one bandhan. Repeat seven times.
Balancing Left Channel
Balancing the left channel is usually done when you are feeling tingling, heat or heaviness on the left hand.
To balance you left channel: hold the left hand out, palm upwards; place the right hand on the earth, or direct it towards the earth.
Close your eyes and observe your sensations on the left palm. If you do not feel vibrations yet, just relax and remain in this position for 5-6 minutes. If you feel tingling or heat on your palm, remain in this position until the sensation of tingling or heat goes away and you start feeling cool gentle breeze on your palm.
Balancing Right Channel
Balancing the right channel is usually done when you are feeling tingling, heat or heaviness on the right hand.
To balance your right channel: hold the right hand out, palm upwards; bend the left arm up from the elbow and direct the palm towards the back.
Close your eyes and observe your sensations on the right palm. If you do not feel vibrations yet, just relax and remain in this position for 5-6 minutes. If you feel tingling or heat on your right palm, remain in this position until the sensation of tingling or heat goes away and you start feeling cool gentle breeze.
This is best done the last thing at night before going to bed.
Sit comfortably in a chair with your hands on your lap, palms upwards. Place your feet in a bowl of warm water containing a handful of salt. Meditate while soaking your feet for 10 to 15 minutes.
Rinse and dry your feet. Then flush the water down the toilet and wash your hands. Make sure that the container used for the footsoak is reserved exclusively for this purpose.
Use of Earth Element
Sitting on the ground, hold the left hand out palm up and the right hand down on the ground. Close your eyes and meditate for 5-10 minutes. Especially useful for the first chakra and the left channel.
Use of Water Element
Footsoaking may be practiced in the ocean. Stand in the ocean, close your eyes, and go into meditation for some time.
Use of Fire Element
Sit for meditation with the left hand palm facing upwards and extended towards the flame of a candle. Do not place the candle in front of the right hand.
Use of Air Element
Inhale slowly and hold your breath for a few seconds. Exhale and breathe normally. Inhale slowly again and hold your breath with attention on the center heart. Exhale and breathe normally. Repeat three to four times.
Meditation establishes a steady the flow of our own inner pure energy, called Kundalini. This flow is nourishing, balancing and strengthening. It purifies our awareness, makes our attention strong and concentrated and establishes physical, emotional and mental balance within us.
This energy can be felt during meditation on your palms and on the top of your head. To feel this energy over your head, raise your left hand 3-5 inches above your head. Keep your hand there for a little bit and try to locate a sensation of a breeze, either cool or hot, emanating from the top of your head. In some cases, you can feel a tingling sensation on your fingertips instead of the breeze.
Put your left hand back on your lap, palm upwards. Repeat the above with the right hand.