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About This Powerful Meditation Practice

 

 "Cultivating Presence with Himalayan Kriya Meditation" course—

 

A journey of self-discovery and spiritual growth that spans

90 days

 designed to lead you to a profound connection with your

true self and the divine.

- Explore the origins, teachers, and purpose of Himalayan Kriya Meditation


- Dive deep into fundamental concepts, Japa Mala significance, and the technology of chakras.


- Uncover the sacred power of mantra for inner harmony and heightened consciousness


- Experience the five phases of Himalayan Kriya Meditation, guiding you through the practice


- Receive an authentic Japa Mala and meditation scarf from Rishikesh, India


- Utilize a daily accountability tool to stay focused and consistent in your practice


- Personal meetings every 30 days to check progress, process, and receive a new mantra


- Embrace a profound inner exploration with the timeless wisdom of the Himalayan tradition


- Step into higher consciousness and unlock profound wisdom within
 

Are you ready to step into the realm of higher consciousness and unlock the profound wisdom within? 

Cultivating Presence

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Japa Mala

Japa: the act/karma of constant, continuous, and consistent repetition of a Mantra.

A Japa Mala is a string of beads (semi-precious stones, seeds, woods etc.) for maintaining a discipline of the number of repetitions of a mantra as well as to allow the beads to become a catalyst for the mantric vibrations to become alive.

The sole purpose of this mala is to create a loop of specific mantra energy within it and locking it in the Sumeru/Guru bead (the first and the bigger bead of the mala). Japa is the purification of the thought waves (chitta vritti) and emotional waves (mano vritts) of the mind for the sake of maintain a peaceful mind and a joyful heart.

Kriya

Kriya: action that leads us to evolution, expansion, and liberation.

 In Sanskrit, "Kri" means "action, to do;" and "ya" is another name for "Atman," or Soul.

Kriya combines breath techniques, mudra (hand gestures), mantra (meaningful chants), and repetitive movement to generate energy movement within the body. 

The purpose of Kriya is to get access to deeper states of shunya, or unity consciousness.

Kriya allows us to activate our Prana (breath) to heat and cool the body from the inside out. To play in the realm of the subconscious, bypassing the prefrontal cortex and balancing the right and left hemispheres of the brain.

This practice has the capacity to transform you into a conduit for energy. Stimulating creativity, growth, and expansion. 

It is my belief that there is no "good" or "bad" energy only flowing energy and stagnant energy. A healthy body, mind, and soul are in a flow state. The practice of Kriya facilitates this state. 

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