Tune In + Closing Mantra

September 18, 2012 § 2 Comments

These two videos are dedicated to students who are starting out in their own personal practice in the privacy of their own home and without the teacher in the studio.

First, congratulations! In this tradition, we like to say, “Wahe Guru!”

Please email me with questions regarding this practice anytime.

Tuning in with the Adi Mantra is important. It calls on, and connects us to, the wisdom of all ages that reside within us. We want this intelligence guiding us in our practice! The Mangala Charan mantra is technically optional, but I think it is very important. It protects us from harm.

Then the close. Ritual is good. It lets our bodies know that we are transitioning from one thing to another, and ritual allows us to pause for a moment, pay attention and be present. This close centers us in our Truth as we step away from our mat, or meditation cushion, and into our busy lives.

Here they are. Enjoy your practice!

Tune in with Adi & Mangala Charan Mantras

Close with Long Sat Nam

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