Kirtan Kriya (Sa Ta Na Ma Meditation)

In Kundalini Yoga, there is an exercise known as “Kirtan Kriya”.  This is also known as a meditation technique called “Sa Ta Na Ma.”  The reason why it is called “Sa Ta Na Ma” is because that is what the meditator chants throughout the meditation.  It is a very easy … Continue reading

Motionless Meditation

Introduction

In my middle school days, I used to hang out on a Forum called PsiPog.net.  For those of you who are unaware of it, it was a site that focused on Parapsychology; that is stuff like telekinesis, remote viewing, psi balls, astral travel, etc.  Although I have … Continue reading

Eraser Technique

As I mentioned before, we have a Tumblr now!  While exploring it, I discovered this picture:

So, of course I tried it out naturally.  However, I did put my own spin on it.  Here’s the technique  I used:

1. Get into a comfortable position (1), close your eyes … Continue reading

Tripod Sitting

For those who do not know, a tri-pod has three supports that create greater stability than one or two supports (of course).  There are two tripod-like things that can aid in meditation-especially for beginners.  They are a physical tripod and a mental tripod, what I call: Tripod Sitting and Tripod-Focusing.  … Continue reading

Right Brain Meditation

As many people know, your brain is made up of two hemispheres; your right and left hemisphere. Your left hemisphere controls the right side of your body, and your right hemisphere controls the left side of your body. The left hemisphere deals with logic, thinking in words, … Continue reading

How to Meditate-Video

Below is a video on how to meditate. It covers what posture you should sit in, and how to practice meditation.

First, you get into a comfortable position, close your eyes, relax your body, and focus on the inhalation and exhalation of your Continue reading

Mantra Meditation

Mantra meditation is meditation on a phrase, idea, or word. The word can be anything that means something to the meditator. Some mantras include god’s names, or sanskrit words; but it can also be anything such as “love” and “peace” or something similar. Some common mantras include:

OM (Aum)

So’ham … Continue reading