Mar 26 2017
Here is a NEW meditation given by Guy Needler that I’d like to share with my readers. This meditation will teach you to move your kundalini energy using two different methods to invigorate yourself. How to move your kundalini energy?
How to move your kundalini energy?
This is a written transcript of two Meditations given by Guy Needler (see Guy Needler 3-25-17…The World Satsanga Recording and Transcript – Big Picture Questions.com) to help us move our kundalini energy.
Step 1: Getting ready to meditate
Get yourself ready to go in a meditative state. You can sit kneeling or in a straight back chair. Or if you prefer to sit down in a crosslegged position or a half or full lotus, that’s up to you.
The most important thing is that you are comfortable, that you are alert, aware and awake, and that your eyes are closed, and you start to blank out the physical world around you.
So if you’re in a straight back chair, feet flat on the ground, palms uppermost on the upper thighs (palms can be uppermost on the upper thighs on the sitting crosslegged as well). Back is straight, neck is straight, eyes are closed, and the closed eye vision is focused on the origin of the third eye, which is in between the two eyebrows and above the bridge of the nose.
Step 2: Guided meditation – Transcript
Here are two ways to do the Kundalini Meditation, as described by Guy Needler:
“Okay, so what I’m going to do here is like having two functions within one. You can choose whichever function you want to use to help raise your kundalini energy.
Kundalini energy is basically energy that rises through the spine. It’s an elevated state of awareness that comes with it, and it’s very, very enlightening and very, very invigorating energy as well. And your spine is basically set alight when you do this. But it takes some time, it takes dedication, it takes devotion, and unless you’re very, very lucky, it doesn’t happen straight away.
1. Hong-Sau Meditation:
But the first one is very basic. We use a Hindu technique of breathing and speaking with our mind’s voice two words: hong (as in Hong Kong) and sau (as in sawing wood), hong-sau.
When we breathe in, we mentally chant hong in one verse as “hoooooooong,” and when we breathe out, we say “saaaaaaaaaw.” So this is all mentally spoken. We don’t activate our mouth. We don’t half-speak it when we’re mentally thinking it. When we breathe in, we just go hong. When we breathe out, we go sau.
When we’re breathing in, we’re chanting hong, we visualize energy moving from the coccyx, the tailbone in the spine up through the spine to the base of the skull, and then moving diagonally across the skull to the origin of the third eye, and you’ll feel the energy rising through your spine.
And to finish it, we breathe out and say sau, while we’re breathing out, and we visualize the energy going back through the third eye down to underneath the skull, back down the spine, and back down to the tailbone, the coccyx. So we’re breathing in hoooooong, breathe out saaaaaaw. This is mental chanting, not physical chanting, not spoken chanting.
And you continue to do that for about, well, you can do it all day basically. If you want to do it for about 15-20 min, or half an hour, that’s fine. Half an hour is a nice time. If you can manage it an hour a day, it’s really invigorating. It will really lift you up.
So you’re breathing in and you’re breathing out naturally. Don’t force the breathing. Don’t hold your breath. Just remember that you’re breathing in naturally. When you breathe in naturally, you’re mentally saying hong, whilst also visualizing the energy going from your coccyx up towards your third eye by the base of the skull.
And as you’re breathing out, you’re saying sau, whilst also mentally visualizing the energy leaving your head and going back down the spine to the tailbone.
So as you’re saying these words over and over and over again, hong-sau, or more realistically hoooooong, saaaaaaaaw. That’s how it sounds to you. You can just say hong-sau if you wish, but the hong and the sau need to last as long as the aspiration condition is working. So while you’re saying sau, it should be for the whole releasing of the air from the lungs. It’s about releasing all the energy down. When you’re saying hong, it’s about breathing in, and letting all the energy come up again.
2. Kriya Yoga Meditation:
The other one is basically using kriya yoga. Again, with the hong-sau by the way, you can sit kneeling if you wish, or you can sit in a lotus type position, or you can sit in a straight back chair with your feet flat on the ground, and your palms up on the upper thighs, back straight, closed eyes, and closed eye vision focused on the third eye.
Although this is supposed to be meditation, it’s basically teaching you how to meditate using hong-sau and raising your kundalini energy, and also by using the kriya method. Now kriya is the same way. Now I have no need to visualize the energy with kriya, but I do, it helps and it really augments the energy.
Kriya is done with the mouth open with both the inhaled air and exhaled air. The nose is never used. The tongue is moved just a little into the back of the mouth to get the Awww (inhale) and Eeee (exhale) sounds.
So as you’re breathing in, you’re again, as with the hong-sau technique, as you breathe in, you visualize the energy coming up from your coccyx, your spine and across the base of the skull to the third eye. When you’re breathing out, the energy is going down from the third eye back down to the base of the skull, down the spine, back down to the coccyx.
This time you’re breathing, you’re not thinking hong-sau, you’re just breathing. And you’re breathing by allowing the air to come through the top of the mouth. So it’s awwwwwww, so it’s right at the top of the mouth, so it’s like “aww.” When you breathe out, it’s like “eeee,” lots of e’s (higher pitch). So you’re breathing out again through the top of the palate.
So you’re breathing in to the top of the palate, aww, breathing out through the top of the palate, eee. Again whilst you’re doing this, you think again, you visualize the air going in and out of the lungs, and you also visualize the energy coming up from the coccyx, going up the spine to the skull, across to the spiritual third eye, and then come back down again.
- Now the way I do this, I don’t actually incur any noise as such. I breathe very slowly, so I’m breathing in with aww through the top of the palate of the mouth, it’s silent. So when you’re hearing the recording, you’ll hear nothing.
- But basically it’s I’m breathing in, using the air, bypassing the going in to the top of the mouth, or top of the back of the mouth, then back down again into the lung.
- At the same time, I’m visualizing the energy coming from the coccyx up the spine to underneath of the skull over to the third eye. I stop and wait a moment, swallowing. And then I’ll breathe out eee, at the top of the palate again, the back of the throat, but slowly, so you can’t hear anything. And that’s one kriya.
So breathing in, awww, and swallow, then change direction eee, is one kriya. Don’t force it. If you force it, you’ll start to get out of breath. Let’s just have a go shall we?
For the first few, I’ll go aww-eee, aww breathing in, eee breathing out. And then we can just settle into the kriya movement, visualizing energy moving up and down our spine, and just relaxing, getting the energy coming in.
So I’ll do this very quietly, but it’ll be slightly audible, so you’ll get the idea, okay. (Hear sounds: awwwwww, pause, eeeeeeeee, repeat, etc.)
Now please note that the number of seconds that you breathe in must be equal to the number of seconds that you breathe out. So seven seconds is about right, seven seconds is optimal.
So let’s continue to do this, breathing in with the aww sound, and breathing out with the eee sound, okay. Let’s just do this for five minutes just to get used to it. (Hear sounds: awwwwww, pause, eeeeeeeee, repeat, etc.) Make that little squeaky sound on the eee, don’t worry.
Keep doing it, keep breathing in and out, breathing in towards the top of the palate of your mouth at the back of the throat, then breathe out, eee, you should almost get that squeaky sound, almost get it.
Keep doing it, and again keep remembering to visualize the energy as you breathe in on the aww sound. The energy comes up from your coccyx, to the spine towards the base of the skull, and diving across to the spiritual or third eye.
As you breathe out on the eee sound, again the eee comes to the top of the throat, the top of the palate of the throat, again we visualize the energy going from the third eye, diving back down towards the base of the skull, back down the spine into the area of the coccyx. Okay, so keep that, keep practicing, aww, eee, repeat. Okay one more, aww, eee.
Okay, until you find yourself, the energy moving up and down the spine, keep doing it, keep practicing it, either the hong-sau technique or the kriya yoga technique.
Visualizing when you’re breathing in, saying hong-sau, visualizing the energy coming up from the spine, from the coccyx, right up across the base of the skull, diving across to the third eye. As you’re saying sau, you’re breathing out, the energy going back from the third eye across to the base of the skull down the spine to the coccyx.
When you’re doing kriya, the aww sound of the air comes through the mouth at the top of the palate, towards the back of the throat. Again you’re visualizing the energy going up your spine from the coccyx to the base of the skull and diagonally across to the spiritual third eye.
When you’re breathing out, the eee noise when air is going out past the top of the palate, past the back of the throat and out again. Again energy goes away from the third eye, goes diagonally across toward the base of the skull, and then back down the spine to the coccyx.
Well I hope it’s something that you can do. It’s extremely beneficial. As I’ve been doing, my eyes have been watering. That’s a sign of the start of the joy that you get through being logged into energies associated with kriya yoga. And so with hong-sau.
Now the Hindus say that doing hong-sau accelerates your evolution, and they also say kriya also accelerates your evolution. But kriya yoga accelerates your evolution significantly faster than hong-sau. But in my experience, both are very, very good at balancing the energies, creating calmness, and actually invigorating the body.”
Please download the high quality MP4 File (or lower quality amr audio file) to do the guided meditation with Guy Steven Needler via his website or blog. Note: The meditation narrative starts at 42 min. Enjoy!
“Stay Light, Be Light, Light the way for others.” – Guy Needler
For more information, please see:
Guy Needler: Home – Guy Steven Needler | The Dawn of a New Age of Science (new website) & books: The History of God, Beyond the Source – Book 1, Beyond the Source – Book 2, Avoiding Karma, The Origin Speaks, 2015, The Anne Dialogues, 2016
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