Kundalini Yogini
Kundalini Yoga - Meditation to See and Feel Your Energy Body

"What It Will Do for You
This meditation gives you the ability to feel and see your energy body. It can make you aware of the potential conscious use of your electromagnetic field and of your subtle bodies as well as your physical body.How to Do It
Sit with your spine perfectly straight. Hold your upper arms near the sides of the chest. The forearms are 30 degrees out from the chest with the palms open and facing each other. The fingers are slightly spread and lightly cupped. Breathe long, deeply, and slowly. Keep the eyes half open and focus between the palms.
As you breathe, feel the energy flow from one hand to the other. After some minutes, you will begin to see the flow of energy.
Do this mediation for 11 minutes.”

for the most part, we identify ourselves with the physical body and mind. in actuality, we are made up of 10 bodies: the physical body, three mental bodies, and six energy bodies. this is a wonderful meditation for beginners, to quickly give some experience of our energy bodies. i find that rubbing the hands together for at least 3 minutes before really heightens the experience of this meditation. rubbing the hands together stimulates nerves and meridians in the fingertips and palms, and balances the left and right hemispheres of the brain. during the meditation, visualize white, gold light emanating from your fingertips and palms. i like to visualize this white-gold energy flowing in through my crown chakra and third eye, into my heart center, and down through my arms and out through my palms. at the end of the meditation, you will have created so much energy between the palms that it may feel almost solid. have fun sweet friends and enjoy the experience <3 tis so great to be alive x

Kundalini Yoga - Meditation to See and Feel Your Energy Body


"What It Will Do for You

This meditation gives you the ability to feel and see your energy body. It can make you aware of the potential conscious use of your electromagnetic field and of your subtle bodies as well as your physical body.

How to Do It

Sit with your spine perfectly straight. Hold your upper arms near the sides of the chest. The forearms are 30 degrees out from the chest with the palms open and facing each other. The fingers are slightly spread and lightly cupped. Breathe long, deeply, and slowly. Keep the eyes half open and focus between the palms.


As you breathe, feel the energy flow from one hand to the other. After some minutes, you will begin to see the flow of energy.


Do this mediation for 11 minutes.”

for the most part, we identify ourselves with the physical body and mind. in actuality, we are made up of 10 bodies: the physical body, three mental bodies, and six energy bodies. this is a wonderful meditation for beginners, to quickly give some experience of our energy bodies. i find that rubbing the hands together for at least 3 minutes before really heightens the experience of this meditation. rubbing the hands together stimulates nerves and meridians in the fingertips and palms, and balances the left and right hemispheres of the brain. during the meditation, visualize white, gold light emanating from your fingertips and palms. i like to visualize this white-gold energy flowing in through my crown chakra and third eye, into my heart center, and down through my arms and out through my palms. at the end of the meditation, you will have created so much energy between the palms that it may feel almost solid. have fun sweet friends and enjoy the experience <3 tis so great to be alive x

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