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Global Sadhana: Open to Love 27th February – 9th March

sat kartar

On February 27th, begins a mini-sadhana, an 11 day practice to open the heart and create a greater flow of love in our hearts.   It is said that the seat of the soul is the heart and when the heart is open, the soul can travel. This meditation opens the heart to love and connects you in a deeper way to your true essence. Read more.


Sit in easy pose (or a chair if you can’t sit in easy pose) and close your eyes, focusing them on the third eye point.  The mantra is Sat Kartar.  When you chant ”Sat”, your hands are in prayer pose in front of the body.  As you chant ”Kar”, extend your arms out to the sides of your body half way to their final position (fingertips pointing up).  When you chant ”Tar”, your hands are fully extended out to the sides, parallel to the floor and fingers pointing up.  The transition from each position in a flowing manner.  We’ll practice this meditation together for 11 minutes.

Meaning of the mantra SAT KARTAR:

The ”Sat” in the mantra is first identifying the Soul’s True Sound(means Essence of Truth, or Being) It is said that directly behind the heart is supposedly where the Soul resides. ”Kartar” means Doer, and when the two words are combined, it is to say ”Doer, Manifestor, or Walker of the Truth.”

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The 6th Chakra (Ajna Chakra)

thirdeyechakraThe sixth chakra or third eye is one of the most talked about energetic centers of the human.
It is in this particular chakra where the individual ego merges with the cosmic ego.
This is where awareness expands to the realization that nothing is separate, that we are truly all one. We have moved beyond the gross elements of earth, water, fire, air, ether and into the realm of light.
In the practice of Kundalini Yoga, the third eye is very important. Almost every kriya uses the sixth chakra as a place of focus to activate the pituitary gland and nourish the third eye.
By literally bringing the eyes to focus at the space between the eyebrows, we are stimulating the area corresponding to the Ajna chakra. “Ajna” means “to command”. Through the sixth chakra and pituitary gland we can master our minds.
The third eye allows us to have a clear perception of our reality so we can fully understand our purpose in life. When our sixth chakra connection is strong, we have a reliable intuition and can see the unseen. Some people may experience visions and clairvoyance. On the other end of this spectrum, when we are disconnected from the third eye and our intuition, we can feel confused and depressed. Our mind seems “out of control” and we have a hard time focusing on any one thing. We may also hide behind intellectual analysis and reject spirituality.
Physically, third eye weakness may manifest as eye problems, headaches, sinusitis, or nightmares.
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Kundalini Yoga for a Healthy Bowel System

In order to have all round good health, we must have proper digestion and elimination. For many people today, bowel health is an issue, especially those who do not get enough exercise, sit for too long and practice poor nutrition.
Improper diet and elimination can lead to such conditions as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), gas, bloating, constipation or loose bowels.
This Kundalini set (kriya) is designed to massage the intestines and digestive organs, to stimulate digestive fire and improve elimination and bowel health.


Mantran, Meditationer

Meditation to Love & Accept Yourself


Mantra: Humee Hum Brahm Hum

  • Language: Gurmukhi
  • Translation: We are We.  We are God.
  • More Information: This mantra literally means that we are the spirit of God. It is total spirit. Total spirit represents God. It fixes the identity into its true reality.

”At the core of a happy, fulfilled, abundant life, is the clarity that comes from a strong and developed sense of your self. A crystallized self. The key to this crystallized self is an open heart center.The Hummee Hum Brahm Hum mantra, and the meditations that we practice with it, are to open and expand that heart.”

”Humee Hum” is the sound of the heart and throat center. We are one within our oneness. ”Brahm Hum” is the grace of the Infinite in All to manifest this intimate experience of we; it is the heart beat of formless-to-form-to-formless. ”

”When you want to nestle in a cozy, sacred place within yourself to see clearly what is and who you are, chant with this for 31 minutes then sit in silence as it plays and let you r stillness show you how to move.”

-Gurucharan Singh Khalsa

Instructions for the meditation