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40 DAY MEDITATION:

Meditation to Open the

Lock of The Heart

(and Increase the Power Within)

Release the power of the Almighty within you.

Open up to your own Infinity.

Release your fears.

Heal yourself.

Free yourself.

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June 1st - July 10th

Daily: 7:30 am - 8:00 AM PST

(4:30-5:00 PM CET)

Only on Instagram Live/Replay 

via private account

 

Exchange: 

Sliding scale donation 

***Please note - a donation is required to participate***

The chest area is called the Heart Chakra. This heavy jolt, as you spring your hands and arms apart, will cause a jerking reaction to your chest cavity, which will open up your Heart Center. Opening of your Heart Center cavity is opening up to your own Infinity. The navel area, the Third Chakra, is sometimes referred to as the agan granthi—the place from which all fire-related activites spring—food, digestion, breath, to name a few. When this center is locked, your ribcage can become out of place. Then the diaphragm doesn't act right, and you lose one third of your life force.This meditation releases this lock and will open up the power of the Almighty within you. You must bring forth the entire power of your being, using a great force with the movement. In this way you will shock your subtle nervous system on the sound of Har. Through this meditation you can move the power of the Ida and Pingala, and open up the Sushmuna.

Why 40 days?

According to yogic philosophy, 40 days is the minimum amount of time it takes to experience the extended benefits of a particular meditation or kriya.

The 40 day journey is also an opportunity to develop a relationship with our meditative mind and our sense of self-discipline. As we experience the inevitable ups and downs of our mind throughout the 40 days, we learn to understand the value of our personal commitment, and that we can show up for ourselves despite the fluctuations of the mind, and ultimately creating the steadiness to navigate the fluctuations of life.  

What to expect

We go live promptly at 7:30 am Pacific Time each morning.

You can expect a short 3-5 minute warmup exercise or warm up series before we tune in. This is usually followed by a short 5-10 min inspirational share from Manpreet. The Meditation itself is about 11 minutes long. We end the session with

a long Sat Nam.

For addition info, please visit our FAQ page.

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