What happened in 40 days of Khyan Karab Kriya as a partner meditation…

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Any kriya that commandeers the help of the almighty Mul Mantra – that collection of sacred syllables that vibrates the very foundations of our non-dual reality – is set to be pretty earth-shatteringly transformational. And Khyan Karab Kriya is perhaps even more supersonic as … Continue reading

What happened in 40 days of Prosperity, Fulfilment and Success Circling the Psyche

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I refer to Prosperity, Fulfilment and Success Circling the Psyche as the helicopter kriya, not just because I’m whirring my Jupiter/index fingers around like a pair of choppers, but because, well, this meditation gives me serious lift-off! Following on from 90 days … Continue reading

What happened in the 40 days of the Subagh Har meditation for prosperity

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After 40 days of practicing full Subagh Kriya, Nish and I wanted to keep its energy of  prosperity circling us, so we continued for another 40 days with 11 minutes of the first ‘Har’ meditation. That’s the only one in the … Continue reading

A meditation for women to balance the moon centres

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Recently I posted about our moon centres. The moon has an almighty hip-shaking influence on our moods and feelings, and for women particularly, its effects are strong and can make all the difference to how we’re feeling on any given day. The lunar energy … Continue reading

What happened in 120 days of Kirtan Kriya (the Sa Ta Na Ma meditation)…

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Those who follow this blog will remember that my first 40 days of Kirtan Kriya was a bit of a bumpy ride. It was six, long weeks of a gnarly, confrontational reality. This meditation coughed up so much tough stuff for me. It … Continue reading

10 weeks of Bhandu Dya Kriya – the Meditation for Developing your Human Kindness – and the results are in…

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One of my biggest challenges in London is learning to negotiate the occasional tidal wave of busy commuters, and all the sharpened elbows, set jaws and aloof eyes that come with it – that rush hour that’s determined to get from … Continue reading