The Power of Mantra Workshop 18 oktober på Hagabadet


I kundaliniyoga förekommer mantran flitigt. Du kanske har funderat över vad dom betyder och vad som händer inom oss när vi använder dem. I den här workshopen tittar vi närmare på tekniken bakom. Vi kommer också att göra ett yogapass där mantran ingår och en halvtimmeslång mantrameditation för att du själv ska få tillfälle att få en djupare mantraupplevelse. Du kommer att få ett kompendium som innehåller kundaliniyogans vanligast förekommande mantran och ett antal enkla och effektiva mantrameditationer som du kan göra hemma.

Var: Hagabadet

Kursdag: 18 oktober

Tid: kl 10.00 – 12.00

Lokal: Yogastudion

Kurspriser medlem: 199 kr. (icke medlem:299 kr)

Yogalärare: Maria Frey Skött

Anmälan sker som en klass 3 dagar i förväg, se schema.

Inspiration, Meditationer

Shabad Kriya for Deep Sleep and Radiance

Shabad Kriya for Deep Sleep and Radiance

The best time to practice this kriya is every night before bed, but it can be practiced any time of the day. It is said that if it is practiced regularly, sleep will be deep and relaxed, and the nerves will regenerate. After a few months, the rhythm of your breath as you sleep will be subconsciously regulated in the rhythm of the mantra. You will think better, work better, share better, love better, and fight better. This rhythmic mantra will eventually progress so that even in daily activities you will automatically hear the mantra and take on the breath rhythm.

The breath is regulated into 22 beats. In Numerology, the number 11 is the number of Infinity. The number 22 is the mastery of the mental realm. This 22 beat breath gives the mind the power to stretch to the Infinite.

There cannot be enough praise of this meditation and its growth-promoting effect on the personality. It gives radiance, and the radiance gives patience, which is the first condition of real love. In love you give without attention to all the mistakes of another as the sun gives light and warmth to all people.

Posture: Sit in any comfortable posture with the spine straight. Place the hands in the lap, palms up with the right hand over the left. The thumbs are together and point forward.


Eyes: Focus the eyes on the tip of the nose, the eyelids 9/10 closed.

Breath and Mantra: Inhale in 4 equal parts, mentally vibrating the mantra Sa-Ta-Na-Ma. Hold the breath, vibrating the mantra 4 times for a total of 16 beats. Exhale in 2 equal strokes projecting mentally Wahe Guru. Continue for 15 to 62 minutes.

Taught by Yogi Bhajan on April 1, 1974

©1975 The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan

Inspiration, Mantran, Meditationer

Cross Heart Kirtan Kriya

Cross Heart Kirtan kriya
Breaks Addictions and Habits

Whatever you need at the moment, it will readjust and align you to bring balance into your mind and thus your life. It is a catalyst for change because it is a very powerful spiritual cleanser.

The power of this mantra comes from the fact that it rearranges the subconscious mind at the most elementary level.
It has the power to break habits and addictions because it accesses the level of the mind where habits are created.


  • Stimulates the nerve endings in the fingertips
  • balancing the right and left hemispheres of the brain.
  • This positively changes your habits
  • and works through insecurities.
 cross heart kirtan kriya


Practice: for 11 to 31 minutes.


  • Sit straight in a chair or cross legged on the floor.
  • Cross forearms below the wrist and hold them in front of the chest with the arms out slightly.
  • Palms are face up and slightly turned toward the chest.
  • Look a the tip of the nose.

Recite the mantra aloud.

SA TA NA MA” (the a’s sound like “a” in “father.”)

The words SA TA NA MA are component parts of the mantra “Sat Nam,” which means Truth is my identity.

As you recite each syllable, touch the thumbs to each fingertip, starting with the index finger:

SA” – Index finger

TA” – Middle finger

NA” – Ring finger

MA” – Little finger

Continue repeating the sequence always starting with the index finger.

The pace between each movement is approximately 1 second per fingertip.

To end,

  • inhale, hold the breath for a few seconds,
  • focus the eyes upward,
  • exhale and relax.