The Amazing Sat Kriya! Kundalini Yoga Meditation For Mastery

by | Apr 7, 2014 | Kundalini Yoga, Meditation, Success, Weight Loss

My Ultimate 11 Minute Meditation: Sat Kriya

Sat Kriya is one of the 3 Master Keys from the lineage of Kundalini Yoga.

  • Strengthens the entire sexual system
  • Stimulates its natural flow of creative energy
  • Helps overcome phobias and addictions
  • Transforms sexual energy to creativity and healing functions within the body
  • Helps mental imbalances, mild depression and addictive behavioral patterns
  • Stimulates and channels the Kundalini energy
  • Helps the brain and body to recover from toxicity from drug abuse

Practice Sat Kriya to make the impossible possible… Open the gateway to Infinity!

Sat Kriya Instructions:

Posture: Sit in Rock Pose on the heels with a straight spine. Stretch the arms up overhead and hold palms together. Interlace the fingers with the index fingers pointing straight up. Men cross the right thumb over the left and women cross the left thumb over the right. Keep the arms up throughout the entire meditation.
YES it’s challenging… it’s magnificent.
Eyes: Keep the eyes closed and rolled up to focus inward to the Third Eye Point, at the center of the eyebrows.
Mantra: SAT NAM
Vibrate aloud “SAT” as you pull the navel point in and up and vibrate “NAM” as you relax the navel. Use your tongue to vibrate the upper palette.
Continue for 11 minutes.
To End: INHALE apply Root Lock (mulbandh) drawing the energy up to the Crown Chakra. Then EXHALE hold the breath out and apply all the locks (mahabandh). INHALE and deeply relax immediately afterwards for 22 minutes.

For beginners:

  • A beginning student is advised to start with 3 minutes of Sat Kriya everyday for 40 days as part of a personal practice
  • Sat Kriya is practiced using the mantra “Sat Nam” only
  • Can be practiced from 3 to 62 minutes
  • Requires deep relaxation on the back for double the time of the exercise

For a profound transformation on all levels, practice Sat Kriya daily for: 40, 90, 120 or 1000 days…

“It takes 40 days to break a habit, 90 days to gain a new habit, 120 days and you are the habit, 1000 days you are the Master of it.”

– Yogi Bhajan


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