Saturday, February 11, 2012

Linga Sanchalana (kriya 19)

This is the nineteenth of the twenty Kundalini Kriyas of Kriya Yoga. If you have not completed my free online course, please download and complete that first.

Continue sitting in Siddhasana or Siddha Yoni Asana. Eyes are closed, breathing is normal, tongue is in Kechari Mudra, and head is facing forward.

Be totally aware of your breathing, as it has now become Inaudible Ujjayi. You will notice that with each inhalation your body seems to be expanding. And with each exhalation your body appears to be contracting. It is peculiar though, because your physical body is not moving; it is still and as stiff as a statue. It is your astral body that you experience expanding and contracting. As you observe this contraction and expansion process, it will gradually become more and more pronounced. After some time you will begin to lose awareness of the physical body, and you will only be observing the astral body directly. However, the degree of contraction will become more pronounced. Eventually you will reach a stage where, on contraction, the astral body reduces to a single point of light. When this occurs immediately go to the next kriya.

A video describing and demonstrating this kriya will be posted with kriya 20.

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